It’s considered to be the gateway to Los Angeles and has become a travel and resort destination in its own right with several event venues, resorts, and beautiful golf courses. The Inland Empire is comprised of the Moreno Valley, San Bernardino, Rancho Cucamonga, and Ontario.
It’s hosts a number fo sports tournaments, conventions, conferences, festivals, and other special events throughout the year.
Big Bear Lake is located here, a pristine lake nestled in the San Bernardino Mountains and San Bernardino National Forest. You can plan a hiking trip or picnic around this lake to take in beautiful views of the region and see abundant wildlife. This is a popular summer getaway destination and is within easy reach of other natural attractions and sites around the Inland Empire.
This region hosts several festivals, including the Old Time Bear Country Fair, Brew Fest, and the CRUSH Wine & Culinary Showcase. Be sure to catch the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes in action during MLB season that runs through early September.
You will be redirected to the Hotel Search Results page.
Discover California history and learn more about Riverside, San Bernardino, and other Inland Empire destinations at area museums. From the Riverside Art Museum to the March Field Air Museum, you’ll discover unique exhibits and displays that will keep you curious and intrigued about this part of Southern California. Learn about aviation, legendary artists, and events that have shaped California history.
Spend your days hiking through San Bernardino National Forest and trekking the trails around the San Bernardino Mountains for a nature excursion. Settle in for a soak at the Deep Creek Hot Springs or pack a picnic and enjoy the lakeside views at Glen Helen Regional Park. The Inland Empire offers plenty of outdoor activities year round so it’s easy to make the most of the sunny weather and mild temperatures.