12281 Mariposa Rd.
Victorville, CA 92395
Phone: (760) 245-6777
Fax: (760) 245-6773
12281 Mariposa Rd., Victorville, CA, US, 92395
- Phone: (760) 245-6777
- Fax: (760) 245-6773
A hands-on children's museum that contains a wide range of interactive exhibits for children to enjoy, such as a disability exhibit, puppet theater, costume areas, turtle and saltwater reef tanks, hospital room, and an old-fashioned school house.
Named after the city's founder, A.B. Miller High School is one of the high schools in Fontana, providing secondary education for the children of Fontana. The school has more than 3000 students, with majority of students belonging to the Hispanic ethnicity, enrolled from 9th grade to the 12th grade. Sports facilities include a basketball court, a baseball ground, soccer ground and several tennis courts, ensuring an overall development of students. Visit their website to know more.
Nestled midst the mighty and beautiful Bernardino Mountains, Big Bear Lake stretches to about 7 miles (11 kilometers) at its maximum length and 2.5 miles (4 kilometers) at its greatest width. Although called a lake, it is really a reservoir formed due to the Big Bear Dam, located on US Highway 18. The scenic lake area has a lot of activities and outdoor recreation happening throughout the year, including fishing, biking, boating and canoeing, jet-skiing and other water sports. Big Bear's lakeside along with the neighboring Big Bear City makes for a fun day trip.
The Joseph Filippi Winery has a tasting room and gift room. You can taste several different wines and a knowledgeable staff will help you find the perfect wine for you. The Winery has has over 200 awards. There are guided Winery Tours on Wednesday through Sunday at 1:00pm.
Ritual Brewing Co. is the brainchild of Steve Dunkerken and Owen Williams. This microbrewery is tucked away in an industrial area and so might be a bit difficult to find. Get to know how a craft beer is made by taking a tour of the brewery. Spanning across 23,000 square feet (2136.77 square meters) of warehouse space, it has a customized 30 barrel brewhouse. Their Tasting Room has a 1960s bowling lane decor and offers a taste of their rotating draught and beer flights. It also hosts live music events occasionally. Some of their brews are Big Deluxe, Hellion, Tafelbier, Wit's End and Hop-O-Matic. If you love your pints, then this is a must visit place.
The Center is an educational and informational portal to the San Bernardino National Forest and is located within the heart of the Big Bear Valley.
Home of the world�s tallest enclosed waterslide, this amusement park, water park, and family entertainment center offers fun for all ages and contains rides, slides, go-carts, laser tag, an arcade, miniature golf, a sky swing, picnic areas, and much more for the whole family to enjoy.
The Alpine Slide at Magic Mountain is open all year and is Southern California's only authentic bobsled experience. Begin with a scenic chairlift ride to the top. From there riders navigate their own individually controlled sleds, each with teflon runners and ball bearing wheels, down their choice of two quarter-mile long cement tracks filled with high-banked turns and long straightways. There are a variety of attractions at the recreation area, which include year round operations of the go-carts and an 18-hole miniature golf course. The nine Cam-Am racers feature 5.5 horsepower Honda motors. The area's double water slide operates during the summer months, taking riders down two twisting and turning flumes.
Cucamonga-Guasti Regional Park is a 150 acre park with two lakes. Children and adults can enjoy water slides while swimming in one lake. In the other lake with a fishing permit you can fish with trout, catfish and bass. There are also Pedal boats and aqua cycle rentals. On the land there is a playground, volleyball courts and picnic tables. The park can only be used during the day and there is a small fee for entrance.
Children acting like barbarians again? Bring them to Scandia Amusement Park and let their imaginations run wild. With 16 rides, two miniature golf courses, batting cages, an arcade, and two restaurants, children, teens, and adults will find plenty to keep them busy. Scandia Amusement Park offers special group rates for business functions, birthday parties, or even grad nights. The park also hosts holiday events (like an annual haunted house).
Kimberly Crest, a historic landmark in Redlands, is a perfect venue to celebrate wedding ceremonies and receptions. A picturesque French château style home built in 1897, Kimberly Crest is spread over 6.25 acres (2.5 hectares) of Renaissance style Italian gardens. Managed professionally by the non-profitable Kimberley-Shark Association, this place largely operates as a museum rented out for public and private events. It is very much a registered California Historical Landmark and the gardens that surround the crest are fine examples of the Italian era favoured by Victorian home owners.
John Galvin Park is the place to go for baseball. The park has the Jay Littleton Ball Park, which is a baseball field where 2,500 people can watch a game. If you want to play a different sport, the park has basketball, tennis, volleyball and a Little League Baseball field. For lunch there are picnic tables and a barbecue area, and you can find plenty of parking.