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Big Morongo Canyon Preserve- Set among the San Bernardino Mountains the Big Morongo Canyon Preserve is one of the ten largest cottonwood and willow riparian habitats in California.
Calico Ghost Town- Experience Calico Ghost Town, an authentic silver mining town where 500 mines, 22 saloons, mercantile stores, and The U.S. Borax Co. left their mark.
Cucamonga-Guasti Regional Park- Cucamonga-Guasti Regional Park is a 150-acre day use park near the Ontario Convention Center, Ontario Mills Mall, and Ontario International Airport.
Glen Helen Regional Park- Camp, hike, swim, fish, and picnic on 1,340 acres in the rolling hills at the mouth of Cajon Pass, gateway to Southern California since prehistoric times.
Lake Gregory Regional Park- Lake Gregory Regional Park is an alpine jewel nestled in the pine forests of Crestline, California.
Moabi Regional Park- Moabi Regional Park is on the banks of the Colorado River just 11 miles southeast of Needles, California. Here you can camp, fish, boat, swim, water ski and relax in one of the premiere recreation areas of Southern California.
Mojave Narrows Regional Park- Mojave Narrows Regional Park is a virtual oasis in the Mojave Desert. Fish, boat, camp, hike nature trails, and enjoy horseback riding on 840 acres along the ancient riverbed of the Mojave River.
Mojave River Forks- Located just south of Victorville in Summit Valley, Mojave River Forks is a park under a land lease agreement from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Prado Regional Park- Prado Regional Park offers a rural getaway on more than 2,200 acres in the Chino Valley Basin on the borders of Orange and Los Angeles counties.
Santa Ana River Trail- In 1955 the Santa Ana River was recommended to the State Parks Commission as a multipurpose recreation area. Since that time, the river corridor has been viewed by many as an important regional recreation and open space resource.
Yucaipa Regional Park- Yucaipa Regional Park is situated on 885 acres in the foothills of the San Bernardino Mountains, right on the way to the apple country of Oak Glen and mountain resort communities. Voted the #1 picnic spot in the Inland Empire!

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Waterslide thrills, aqua cycle rentals, fishing, and volleyball courts add to the enjoyment of an overnight stay at Yucaipa Regional Park
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Waterslide thrills, aqua cycle rentals, fishing, and volleyball courts add to the enjoyment of an overnight stay at Yucaipa Regional Park
Description - The San Bernardino County Regional Parks Department operates over 8,000 acres of parkland, including 10 parks providing a wide range of recreations. Eighteen miles of the 110-mile Santa Ana River Trail are under the jurisdiction of San Bernardino County (from the Riverside / San Bernardino (R / SB) County line to the National Forest Boundary).

Attractions - Whether your idea of outdoor recreation involves a hammock, a fishing pole, an off-highway vehicle, or exploring a ghost town, San Bernardino County Regional Parks has the perfect destination for you. On the shores of the Colorado River, in the Mojave Desert, high in the San Bernardino Mountains, or in green spaces on the edges of urban bustle, you can enjoy camping, fishing, swimming, hiking, sports, and a variety of special events and activities throughout the year at San Bernardino County Regional Parks.

Recreation - San Bernardino County Regional Parks has a myriad of activities: camping, picnicking, swimming, waterplay, fishing, hiking, horseback riding, ORV riding, field games, nature study, target practice, dog training, golfing, bird watching, boating, performances, and more.

Climate - A warm, dry Mediterranean climate prevails over Southern California - inland it is generally hot in the summer and mild in the winter. During the summer, valley temperatures can soar above 100 degrees while remaining pleasant in the mountains. Most of the precipitation comes as rain during the winter months. During the winter months higher elevations experience snow and freezing temperatures.

Location - San Bernardino County Regional Parks are scattered throughout the county's proper.

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San Bernardino County Regional Parks, 777 E. Rialto Avenue , San Bernardino, CA, 92415-0763, Phone: 909-387-2757, Fax: 909-387-2052
, parks@parks.sbcounty.gov

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California's County and Regional Parks - This section includes County and Regional Parks Districts throughout the state. California's County and Regional Parks offer a wide range of attractions from large tracts of nature to more developed recreation facilities.
Desert Region - The Desert Region encompasses the southeast corner of California. It features Death Valley and Joshua Tree National Parks. The region is studded with glittering yet relaxing resort cities, offers the ideal spot for re-energizing your senses.
Inland Empire Region - The Inland Empire lies between the coast and the deserts of Southern California. The Inland Empire offers soaring mountains, alpine lakes, historic sites, lush vineyards and colorful entertainment.

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