Looking for a family-oriented, affordable metro area in Southern California? Does it seem impossible to find? Believe it or not, such a place does exist. If Orange County and Los Angeles just doesn't seem to fit the bill, you owe it to yourself to discover Riverside and San Bernardino, or locals call the area, the Inland Empire. Bound by the MetroLink Train, a beautifully rugged geography, and a mutual love of southern California living (for fewer greenbacks), the inhabitants of Riverside and San Bernardino, plus their satellite cities, have all discovered a better way of life in southern California-- and you can too.
This may not be the first time you've heard of the IE. Ever heard of the famous Lake Arrowhead Resort? How about Big Bear? It's no surprise to find resorts here. Natural and gorgeous is what the Inland Empire does best. The San Bernardino National Forest, Joshua Tree National Park, Idyllwild-Pine Cove, are three of the area's distinguishing features--and that's just in 2-D. The 3-dimensional reality of the Inland Empire includes the Santa Rosa Mountains, San Jose Hills, and the San Bernardino Mountains. As you can imagine, outdoors explorers of every stripe find a natural home here. A few places worth your while include the majestic Arrowhead itself, a natural structure thousands of years old, as well as the Lake Perris, the Santa Ana River Trail, Mojave Narrows Regional Park, Yucaipa Regional Park, and Lake Gregory Regional Park.
The IE is not only beautiful, at one point it was agriculturally productive too. While modern-day San Bernardino is more high-tech than agricultural, the area hasn't forgotten its farmland roots. Every year residents still turn out for the Orange Festival. Although no longer a citrus capital, the valley produces wine these days, an exciting prospect for the oenophiles among you. So go ahead and sample away-- the Grapes and Gourmet Wine Festival each July will introduce you to local vintages. Who said southern California couldn't make wine?
Sports fans don't need to look to LA for teams to root for. The Inland Empire has its own, including the Minor League baseball team the Inland Empire 66ers, named after the storied highway Route 66, which introduced the Inland Empire to the rest of the country. The Auto Club Speedway in Fontana continues the IE's long fascination with cars and driving. If you love cars--particularly fast cars-- a day at an Indy Car is not soon forgotten. That said, the Inland Empire isn't all about sports. It wouldn't be SoCal without plenty of shopping. So suit up and prepare to shop at Inland Center Mall, Victoria Gardens, Promenade Mall, and Ontario Mills.
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