12281 Mariposa Rd.
Victorville, CA 92395
Phone: (760) 245-6777
Fax: (760) 245-6773
Scandia offers hours of unbridled entertainment for the entire family. It boasts of a miniature golf course, batting cages, rides, video and arcade games. Scream your lungs out as you ride on the Baltic Sea Bumper Boats, Passenger Raceway, Crow's Nest and Sky Screamer. The tickets can either be purchased for individual rides or visitors can opt for the unlimited pass. Those who manage to hit the ball in the 18th hole in one go even win an unlimited golf pass. After an engaging round of golf, visitors can unwind at the on-site Olga's Kitchen restaurant. Scandia hosts field trips for educational purposes that acquaint one with the physics principles such as aerodynamics that govern the rides. This venue can also be hired for a fun-filled corporate or private event.
This annual fair features a wide range of exhibits, carnival rides, vendors, and entertainment for the whole family to enjoy. The fair takes place in late July through early August.
This gigantic venue is capable of holding over 65,000 people, and is one of the most scenic locations for a concert, as it is located in the heart of Glen Helen Regional Park. The season runs from April to October each year, with several big names performing—Aerosmith, Cher, Eminem and ZZ Top have all graced the stage here. It must also hold the record for the most number of name changes, as it has been variously known as the Hyundai Pavilion and the Blockbuster Pavilion or the Pavilion at Glen Helen before its present name caught on. What has not changed however, is the sheer magic of attending a live concert here, as a part of the pulsating multitude.
Located at the California State University, San Bernardino Campus, CSUSB University Theatre provides no commercials, no ten-second tease; just great entertainment.
The beautiful Mount Baldy Ski Resort, located on the Mount Baldy, is one of the closest ski resorts to the city. Along with skiing, it also organizes weddings, birthday parties and social events. Activities like moon light hike, cycling, sightseeing and dinners are organized here. It features on the National Register of Historic Places and is possibly the biggest and most elevated resort in Southern Carolina.
If you think it's your lucky day, then visit the San Manuel Indian Bingo & Casino. With 2000 slot machines, several poker and blackjack tables and a huge Bingo Hall, this is a complete gambling experience. You can indulge in a bit of shopping, if the slot machines have been kind. Another attraction is the Yuhaviatam Room that hosts stage performances and Bingo sessions.
Founded in 1929 by Maestro James K. Guthrie, an internationally renowned conductor and community leader, this orchestra is the oldest and most prestigious in the Inland Empire. It was also the first fully professional ensemble of musicians in the region.