Guides

  • Redlands

    Redlands, CA, is known well for its orange groves, small-town feel (in a big town!), and a vibrant cultural scene featuring a plethora of local businesses in a number of…

  • Loma Linda

    Loma Linda, CA, is home to the world-renowned Loma Linda University Medical Center, and one of the only Blue Zones in the world, where people regularly live to over 100…

  • Colton

    Colton, CA, has a quiet importance in Inland Empire history, being home to the Earp family of Tombstone fame, the Agua Mansa ghost town/cemetery, and large amounts of Ranchero and…

  • Yucaipa

    Yucaipa, CA, is where Inland Empire residents go for a little more space and fresh air. Formerly Serrano Indian land, Yucaipa trends uphill towards the mountains, and the uppermost regions,…

  • Grand Terrace

    Grand Terrace, Ca, The Blue Mountain City, has long been a little bit of a secret. Nestled in the hills along the 215 corridor between Colton and Riverside, Grand Terrace…

  • Riverside

    Riverside, CA, is a Southern California cultural icon, and was a major player in the growth of the citrus industry. Home to building landmarks like the Mission Inn and Riverside…

  • San Bernardino

    San Bernardino, CA, is the county seat of San Bernardino County, and “The Heartbeat of U.S. Route 66.” Spanish missionaries settled the land below the mountains, and it became a…

  • Highland

    Highland, CA, east of San Bernardino and north of Redlands, was built upon land once shared by ranchers and Native Americans, housing farmland and fresh springs that became resorts. Like…

  • Inland Empire

    Generally speaking, the Inland Empire is usually considered the San Bernardino and Riverside metro areas as far west as Ontario/Rancho Cucamonga. Once a major citrus and agricultural center, the IE…