Inland Empire Apartments
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The Inland Empire is a sprawling region in Southern California that borders Los Angeles and includes Riverside and San Bernardino counties. The massive 27,000-square-mile area offers residents and visitors just about anything they could imagine, from regional wine tasting to outdoor recreation, world-class shopping and top chef-run restaurants, all just a short distance from the region’s Inland Empire apartments. Whether residents and visitors choose to spend their free time outside in the southern California sunshine, or driving from the Empire on a grand road trip along historic Route 66, there’s plenty of adventure just around the bend.
Getting around the Inland Empire is a breeze, thanks to nearby highways connecting the area to nearby urban hubs. Metrolink stations are scattered around the area to provide residents with reliable transit and a chance to leave their cars parked safely at their Inland Empire apartments and neighborhoods. In fact, the Inland Empire-Orange County Metrolink line runs all the way from San Bernardino to Oceanside in northern San Diego County, making the commute as efficient as possible and allowing passengers to escape from Southern California’s notorious commute times. When paired with the area’s Omnitrain system, the IE’s public transit system is a fantastic options for commuters headed to work and play.
The Inland Empire itself is comprised of a network of cities and neighboring communities, all of which offer plenty of unique Inland Empire apartments and year-round entertainment. Riverside County, which borders Los Angeles, San Bernardino, Orange and and San Diego Counties, includes well-known cities like Coachella, Corona, Desert Hot Springs, Indio, La Quinta, Palm Springs, Temecula and the stunning San Jacinto Mountains. San Bernardino County, the other half of the expansive Inland Empire, includes fantastic cities like Chino, Big Bear Lake, Lake Havasu, Lake Arrowhead, Ontario, Redlands, San Bernardino, Yucca Valley, as well as Edwards Air Force Base and Joshua Tree National Park. There are truly hundreds of thousands of recreation and entertainment options tucked inside the Inland Empire, making it an ideal tourist destination and a fantastic place to call home.
When the entertainment just outside the county’s Inland Empire apartments isn’t enough, there’s plenty to do in nearby areas, too. Spend the day enjoying the scenery and sipping the more than 50 wine varietals in the Temecula Valley Wine Country, then drive with the windows down along historic Route 66 and hit the slopes or go for a hike to some of the prettiest bluffs and mountains this side of the Rockies. Kick back in the Southern California sunshine at small-town Idyllwild - a true haven for art lovers and outdoor enthusiasts alike - or shop until you drop at Inland Empire outlet malls and shopping centers, which offer designer names at bargain discounts. No matter your starting point, the Inland Empire offers plenty of chances to explore the area and experience the best SoCal has to offer!