From outdoor recreation in some of the world’s most famous national and regional parks to eclectic arts, culture, and entertainment, plus professional sporting events, the mountains, and deserts of #SanBernardinoCounty welcome weekenders, day-trippers, and vacationers 365 days a year. This diverse region offers countless incredible things to do that make San Bernardino County a hub for outdoor enthusiasts in Southern California and beyond.
Dirt roads, hiking trails, year-round fishing, snow-covered mountains, spectacular deserts, mountain biking, wildlife viewing and camping in amazing regional and national parks make San Bernardino County a hub for outdoor enthusiasts in Southern California.
Luckily for San Bernardino County, we have it in spades. We are fortunate enough to have two National Parks and nine regional parks! Visitors and residents alike can create memories with family and friends. Click here for a list of our regional and national parks.
San Bernardino County has a long and rich history that dates back to the early 1800s. The county boasts many historic landmarks that are worth a visit. While local history buffs will suggest you hit them all, we have narrowed down a list of places to visit on our blog.
San Bernardino County offers a variety of venues for live entertainment including: music festivals, concerts, stand up shows, musicals and sporting events. Examples of legends that have performed in the County include Van Halen, Elton John, Bob Dylan, Neil Diamond, and the Rolling Stones, to name a few.
An incredibly diverse shopping experience awaits in San Bernardino County. Travelers can take their pick of quaint mountain villages, bustling city malls, and desert premium outlets. Favorites include Ontario Mills, Big Bear Village, The Outlets at Barstow, Lake Arrowhead Village, and Downtown Joshua Tree.