7 Best Southern California Waterfalls
Seven Best Southern California Waterfalls
This video showcases my seven favorite waterfalls in Southern California ranging from the easiest to the hardest. There are hikes on here for families and some that should be done by more seasoned hikers. Let me know what your favorite is in the comments and you can find more information on these and other waterfalls at
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Best Things To Do in Riverside, California CA
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Mount Rubidoux Park
March Field Air Museum
Mission Inn Museum
California Citrus State Historic Park
Riverside National Cemetery
University of California Riverside Botanic Gardens
Jurupa Mountains Discovery Center
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Discover Ontario & Rancho Cucamonga in the heart of Southern California. By choosing the Greater Ontario as a base for meetings, conventions, and vacations, you can see more and stress less. To the south, Norco horse country and the lush green vineyards of the Temecula Valley beckon, offering rides atop horses and in hot air balloons and leisurely afternoons of wine tasting. Check out Prado Regional Park and the Santa Ana River Trail, or swing by the historic Mission Inn and nearby Fox Theatre, where presidents and Hollywood stars once mingled. To the north, the high desert communities of Victorville and Apple Valley offer a glimpse into simpler times with the San Bernardino County Fair and the California Route 66 Museum, among other treasures. Heading east, visitors will thrill at the sight of NASCAR at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana. They will be enchanted by the Kimberly Crest Mansion and Gardens in Redlands, and awestruck at the striking beauty of the desert in the Palm Springs-Coachella Valley area. Similarly, the massive rock formations and monuments of Joshua Tree National Park are not to be missed. Northeast from the Greater Ontario area, travelers will find the natural majesty of the region's mountain resorts, which offer boating, skiing, snowboarding, hiking, camping, and a variety of other opportunities on or near Big Bear Lake, Lake Arrowhead, Lake Gregory, Snow Valley, Silverwood Lake, and more. Westbound visitors will be amazed at the number of leisurely opportunities within a short drive. Need a theme park? Disneyland, Knott's Berry Farm and Universal Studios are all easily accessible.
Hoping to kick back and relax? It's only a quick trip to many of the famous Orange and Los Angeles county beaches. Star gazing on the itinerary? Hollywood, Rodeo Drive, Beverly Hills, and the Griffith Park Observatory are reachable within an hour from the Greater Ontario area. So are the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, the Queen Mary and Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach, the Santa Monica Pier, USC and UCLA campuses, and dozens of museums. Both the Ronald Reagan and Richard Nixon presidential libraries also are within an easy commute to and from the Greater Ontario area.
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California Citrus: A Cultural Tale of California’s Citrus Industry
California Citrus State Historic Park in Riverside, CA beautifully preserves one of Southern California’s important historical, cultural and agricultural contributions: citrus farming. In 1873, California’s citrus industry took off when the United States Department of Agriculture mailed two Washington Navel orange trees to Eliza Tibbets, one of the early settlers and founders of Riverside. Word quickly spread of how these trees, coupled with perfect soil and weather conditions in Southern California, produced a sweet and flavorful fruit.
By 1893, Riverside was the wealthiest city per capita in the United States and dozens of new citrus growing communities were created around it – including Rialto, Fontana, Bloomington, Redlands, Loma Linda & South Riverside (now Corona). Citrus farmers flocked to California in what became known as the “Second Gold Rush” and by 1901, there were a staggering 4.5-million citrus trees in California. The industry required a large workforce and immigrant workers quickly filled the need. Native California Indians were among the first to farm the new California Gold,” but anti-Native American sentiment resulted in a decline in the workforce. The Native Americans were mostly replaced by Chinese immigrants, but soon enough – thanks to anti-Chinese sentiment & The Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882 – they too were replaced. This time, Japanese immigrants filled the void and became the largest of any labor group in the entire citrus industry. However, once again, anti-Japanese sentiment in the United States soon forced them out and they were eventually replaced by Hispanic immigrants.
In the 1920’s, the Cristero War in Mexico – spawned by the imposition of secularist and anti-Catholic articles in Mexico’s Constitution – resulted in hundreds of thousands of Mexican citizens immigrating to the United States. They quickly filled the void in California’s citrus industry and soon enough they became the largest labor group in the entire industry. For a small $5 entry fee, you can explore California State Historic Park for yourself and learn more about these immigrant work group’s contribution to Southern California’s cultural and agricultural heritage.
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Best Things to Do in Rancho Cucamonga
What are the best things to do in Rancho Cucamonga? Here's a few favorites to keep in mind next time you're in the area!
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Fontana is a city of 207,460 residents in San Bernardino County, California. Founded by Azariel Blanchard Miller in 1913, it remained essentially rural until World War II, when entrepreneur Henry J. Kaiser built a large steel mill in the area. It is now a regional hub of the trucking industry, with Interstate 10 and State Route 210 transecting the city from east to west, and Interstate 15 passing diagonally through its northwestern quadrant
It is home to the Auto Club Speedway on the site of the Kaiser Steel Mill. Fontana also hosts the Fontana Days Half Marathon and 5K run. This race is the fastest half-marathon course in the world.
The name fontana is Italian for fountain or water source, being in close proximity to the Santa Ana River to the east.
Fontana was founded in 1913 by Azariel Blanchard Miller.
Within a few years it became an agricultural town of citrus orchards, vineyards and chicken ranches astride U.S. Route 66 (now known as Foothill Boulevard).
The Fontana area was radically transformed during World War II when Henry J. Kaiser built one of only two steel mills west of the Mississippi River outside the city limits. To provide for the plant workers' health needs, Henry J. Kaiser constructed the Fontana Kaiser Permanente medical facility, now the largest managed care organization in the United States.
In the 1950s and '60s, Fontana was home to a drag racing strip that was a venue in the NHRA circuit. Mickey Thompson's Fontana International Dragway was also referred to as Fontana Drag City or Fontana Drag Strip. The original Fontana strip is long since defunct, but the owners of NASCAR's new Auto Club Speedway opened a new NHRA-sanctioned drag strip in Fontana in mid-2006 to resurrect Fontana's drag-racing heritage.
Ro-Val's automobile museum, located on Foothill Boulevard on the western outskirts between Fontana and Cucamonga, was for a while the home for many classic automobiles of the 1920s and '30s, including a huge vehicle once owned by screen actor Fatty Arbuckle. When the Ro-Val museum closed, the vehicles were sold to Bill Harrah, a Nevada casino owner and automobile collector, who placed them on display in the museum located at his casino.
As of the 2000 census, the city had a total population of 128,929, but the present population is now estimated to have reached over 200,000 (2013). This rapid expansion had much to do with the numerous large, new residential developments in the almost totally undeveloped northern part of the city, as well as with the city's aggressive (and highly successful) campaign to annex several unincorporated, but developed, San Bernardino county island areas in
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San Bernardino /ˈsæn ˌbɜːrnɑːrˈdiːnoʊ/ is a city located in the Riverside-San Bernardino metropolitan area (sometimes called the Inland Empire). It serves as the county seat of San Bernardino County, California, United States. As one of the Inland Empire's anchor cities, San Bernardino spans 81 square miles (210 km2) on the floor of the San Bernardino Valley and has a population of 209,924 as of the 2010 census. San Bernardino is the 17th-largest city in California and the 100th-largest city in the United States. San Bernardino is home to numerous diplomatic missions for the Inland Empire, being one of four cities in California with numerous consulates (the other three being Los Angeles, San Diego and San Francisco). The governments of Guatemala and Mexico have established their consulates in the downtown area of the city.
California State University, San Bernardino is located in the northwestern part of the city. The university also hosts the Coussoulis Arena. Other attractions in San Bernardino include ASU Fox Theatre, the McDonald's Museum, which is located on the original site of the world's first McDonald's, California Theatre, the San Bernardino Mountains, and San Manuel Amphitheater, the largest outdoor amphitheater in the United States. In addition, the city is home to the Inland Empire 66ers baseball team; they play their home games at San Manuel Stadium in downtown San Bernardino.
In August 2012, San Bernardino became the largest city to choose to file for protection under Chapter 9 of the U.S. Bankruptcy code; this has been superseded by Detroit's filing in July 2013. San Bernardino's case was filed on August 1. On December 2, 2015, a terrorist attack left 14 people dead and 22 seriously injured.
Newport Coast, CA - April 2016 - Views of Irvine, Orange County and Los Angeles
Newport Coast is an affluent community south of the main body of the city of Newport Beach, California.
It was a separate census-designated place in Orange County, California, United States, until 2001, when it was annexed into Newport Beach. The population was 9,741 at the 2010 United States Census.
The master-planned community was developed by the Irvine Company. There are a variety of home types in the community, from small studio apartments to ocean view mansions occupied by well-known celebrities.
7 Places to Explore in Anza-Borrego Desert State Park
7 Places to Explore in Anza-Borrego Desert State Park
Anza-Borrego Desert State Park is one of the largest state parks in California. Located east of San Diego, this vast desert is home to tons of awesome attractions. Let me know what I left off of this list in the comments.
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Clark's Dry Lake Bed
Borrego Palm Canyon
Galleta Meadows Sculptures
Arroyo Tapiado Mud Caves
Goat Canyon Trestle
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