Inland Valley Communities

Chino Chino Hills Colton Fontana
Grand Terrace Highland Loma Linda Montclair
Oak Glen Ontario Rancho Cucamonga Redlands
Rialto San Bernardino Upland Yucaipa

 

Alta Loma

"Although the Alta Loma is viewed as a part of Rancho Cucamonga, it is located south of the San Gabriel Mountains, near Cucamonga Peaks and Mount San Antonio. The city’s name is from the Spanish word “high hill”. The city is home to world renowned woodworker Sam Maloof and you are able to visit the Sam Maloof Historic Residence and Woodworking Studio. The studio is also a museum, a garden, and the Sam and Alfreda Maloof Foundation for Arts and Crafts.  The Demens-Tolstoy house is another historic landmark that is located in this unincorporated city.  When visiting during the holiday season, the city is known from its phenomenal holiday lights on Thoroughbred Street".


Chino

"Located on the western end of Riverside- San Bernardino areas, the city of chino is bounded by Chino Hills.  The city has been the center of agriculture and dairy farming, making them very high in demand of milk  products in both southern California and much of southwestern United States.  While in Chino, guest are able to visit the Yanks Air Museum at Chino Airport rare American made aircrafts and parts. In addition at the same location guest are able to visit Planes for Frame are able to see planes that were once flown during the war.  Guest are able to see multiple flying and static planes as well as planes that are being restored".
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Chino Hills

"Viewed as one of the best places to live in 2012 Chino Hills is certainly the place to be!  The town of Chino was formed in 190 by Richard Gird who purchased the land and mostly used it for equestrian and dairies, which is why there are still ranches in the city today". 
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Colton

"The city of Colton is nestled against scenic San Gorgonio Mountains.  Colton was founded in 1875 and incorporated in 1887.  Discover Colton at the Colton Area Museum where guests are able to learn about the history of Colton.  Stop by the Colton Sport’s Hall of Fame that honors Colton’s very own player from the past and present.  Have a great family day at Colton’s Fiesta Village whihc includes a water park, amusement rides, laser tag, and go karts to name a few".
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Fontana

"Founded in 1913 by A.B. Miller, Fontana is one of the most populous cities in San Bernardino County.  While in Fontana, explore the beautiful redeveloped downtown area and visit the historic Center Stage Theatre home to TIBBIES’S Great American Cabaret with the finest Southern California dinner theatre and Broadway style production.  If you have a need for speed you will love Auto Club Speedway that host NASCAR, INDYCAR, and multiple other races.  Fontana is also home to Kaiser Steel which was the largest steel plant in the west coast during World War II.  Today, guest can visit the Kaiser Steel Museum in the nearby city, Rancho Cucamonga".
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Grand Terrace

“Grand Terrace is an exceptionally safe and well managed City, known for its natural beauty and recreational opportunities; a vibrant and diverse local economy; a place where residents enjoy an outstanding quality of life that fosters pride and an engaged community, encouraging families to come and remain for generations”.
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Highland

“Nestled against the beautiful San Bernardino Mountains at 1300', the City of Highland offers an ideal business and residential location in the Inland Empire of Southern California. With a community of over 54,000, Highland takes great pride in being one of the most desirable communities in which to live in the Inland Empire, with low crime, high safety, and an emphasis on community beautification”.
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Loma Linda

“Loma Linda is a unique community of 21,000. The city has been a national center of health and wellness research for decades. Loma Linda offers residents an alternative to the intense, often anonymous lifestyle so characteristic of modern life. It is no surprise to find numerous families strolling along the city's tree lined streets, or playing in its numerous parks”.
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Montclair

"The history of Montclair is as rich as that of any other West Valley city. The earliest inhabitants of the land that is now Montclair were the Serrano Indians. The Serrano Indians built their village on the banks of a sycamore tree-lined creek which followed what is now Mills Avenue. In 1774, Captain Juan Bautista D’Anza, on his historic trip to the San Gabriel Mission, named that stream “Arroyo de los Alisos,” the Stream of the Sycamores. Legend has it that D’Anza carved the initials, “IHS” on a large sycamore, which may have been uprooted when the stream, now known as San Antonio Creek, overflowed its banks in 1894".
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Oak Glen

"Oak Glen can be found in the heart of Apple Country. Guests can visit orchards of mountain trees with fresh apples that can make cider, hot apple pie, and many other sweets treats. Guests are able to visit multiple ranches, orchards and farms, some of which will provide a tour.  Enjoy this one of kind scenery by camping overnight.  There are multiple petting zoos at the various ranches, orchards and farms in Oak Glen.  Visit the historic schoolhouse and learn what makes it so special".
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Ontario

"The city of Ontario began in 1881 when George and William Chaffey purchased land that was then known as the Cucamonga Desert and soon began building the city.  However, Charles Franklish is viewed as the driving force of the city, thus leading the city to be incorporated in 1891.  Today, guests are able to enjoy Scandia Amusement Park, go-kart racing at K1 Speed Ontario, and attend The Dinner Detective Murder Mystery Show.  Also, guest can visit Whispering Lakes Golf Course, and enjoy the Cucamonga-Guasti Regional Park. Shop til’ you drop at the Ontario Mills Mall where you can not only shop, but you can go to the movies, play games at Dave & Busters, and GameWorks, as well as enjoy good food".
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Rancho Cucamonga

"One of Southern California’s most prestigious communities with its majestic mountains highlighted by scenic views, tree lined neighborhood, and comfortable climate. Enjoy wine tasting at Joseph Filippi Winery & Vineyard, The Wine Tailor, or Total Wine. Guests can golf at Empire Lakes, which was designed by retired professional golfer Arnold Palmer.  Enjoy a good minor league baseball game at the Quakes Stadium; the Quakes are a LA Dodgers Class A Advanced Affiliate. Wait, there’s more! Guests can experience live performances at the Lewis Family Playhouse, hiking, biking, and equestrian trails.  Finally, go shopping at the exquisite Victoria Gardens one of the most popular destinations in San Bernardino County".  
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Redlands

"In 2014 Time.com stated Redlands is one of the best places to live.  The city of was founded in 1881 and incorporated in 1888.  The city takes great pride in being a “big town” with a “small town” feel and consists primarily of historic buildings and locally owned shops and boutiques.   You can stroll through Smiley Park neighborhood, visit historic landmarks such as Morey Mansion, Asistencia Mission de San Gabriel, or A.K. Smiley Public Library.  Additionally, guests can visit museums such as Kimberly Crest house & Garden, San Bernardino County Museum, Historical Glass Museum, and the Lincoln Memorial Shrine. There are multiple parks that are great for the whole family.  Explore the historic Downtown Redlands where they have Redlands Market Night, Saturday Farmers Market, and multiple downtown events".
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Rialto

"Rialto was incorporated 1911, when touring the city visitors are able to visit the First Christian Church which is now a museum and has been renamed to The Kristina Dana Hendrickson Cultural Center. This cultural center is a part of the Rialto Historical Society.  Guests can enjoy the city’s National Night Out where many of the city’s officials join together in efforts to fight crime.  Learn about bike safety at the city’s Bike Rodeo or purchase locally grown produce at one of the city’s farmers markets".
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San Bernardino

"The city of San Bernardino is one of Southern California’s most historic and dynamic communities.  The city was incorporated 1854 and is the 2nd largest municipality east of Los Angeles and the 17th in the state.   When visiting San Bernardino guest are able to visit the very first McDonalds, Norton Air Force Base Museum, Inland Motorcycle Speedway, The National Orange Show, or the annual Route 66 Rendezvous Car Show. The San Bernardino History and Railroad Museum is where guests can learn about the role that the city has played throughout history.  If you’re an avid reader, then you will enjoy visiting the city’s Norma F. Feldheym Library as well as SB Thursdays the city’s food truck fest.  Go camping at the Heart Bar campground located at the San Bernardino National Forest".
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Upland

"Located at the west end of  San Bernardino County at the highest foot of the San Gabriel Mountains, Upland presents an incomparable quality of life in San Bernardino County.  Founded by George Chaffey, the city of Upland is known for its rich heritage and community spirit.  Enjoy great food at multiple restaurants and café’s throughout the city.  Learn about the city’s history and culture at the Cooper Museum as well as the Upland Fire Department Museum. Another option for fun in the area is miniature and cosmic golfing, go karting at Boomers or visiting the James Family Fun Center".
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Yucaipa

"Located 75 miles east of Los Angeles, Yucaipa was known as the home to a large population of Serrano Indians.  Today, visitors are able to enjoy the Yucaipa Regional Park and Wildwood Canyon State Park.  Additionally, the city hosts festivals where guests are able to swim, take dance classes, and watch movies in the park, concerts, and other special events.  Also, visitors are able to enjoy Farmers Market Night as well as the Annual Music & Art Festivals.   Learn more about the city at the Yucaipa Valley Historical Society and Museums and the Yucaipa Adobe Museum". 
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