in San Bernardino, CA
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1466 W Marshall Blvd
San Bernardino, CA 92405 Directions
Roll with it in a good way when you take the kids to enjoy the rollicking fun of skateboarding at Blair Skatepark. Of course it's always safety first at this popular attraction, but fun is a close second as the park is open seven days a week. Kids who are under 13 skate in a supervised area, and all skaters, no matter their age, must wear helmets. There is a concession and sitting area where mom and dad can relax while the kids get their share of concrete surfing.
La Plaza Park
685 Mt Vernon Ave
San Bernardino, CA 92411 Directions
If your kids like to run around, or maybe they are at the age where they still like to play sports with dad, then plan a day at San Bernardino's La Plaza Park. This is an impressive play space attraction that sprawls out over two acres. It features several park benches and picnic tables as well as a picturesque gazebo where mom and dad can rest in the shade while the kids play ball, enjoy the playground rides, or just run around until they are all out of energy!
Fiesta Village Family Fun Center
1405 E Washington St
San Bernardino, CA 92324 Directions
Getting the attention of everyone in your family is no easy task, but that is exactly what will happen when you take everyone to the Fiesta Village Family Fun Center in San Bernardino. This inventively designed amusement center offers rides, games, challenges and good clean fun for all ages. In addition to the attractions, there are various concession areas where you can gather the kids together for a tasty snack and a bit of a rest before they continue to enjoy the many diversions that this popular family destination has to offer.
Glen Helen Regional Park
2555 Glen Helen Pkwy
San Bernardino, CA 92407 Directions
Plenty of attraction and activities that will keep the kids moving await the whole family at Glen Helen Regional Park in San Bernardino. There really is so much to do and see here, you will want to set aside a whole day just to experience it all. There's a beach area and lakeside scenery for you to splash around in, beautiful gardens to enjoy, hiking and walking trails that will offer you a unique view of this spectacularly scenic area. There are also events and shows scheduled at various times, so call ahead for the latest performance schedule.
First Original McDonald's Museum
1398 North E St
San Bernardino, CA 92405 Directions
History never tasted so good as it does when you take the kids to learn about the very first McDonald's restaurant. This pop culture history lesson begins with brothers Mac and Dick McDonald when they first opened their doors to serve their special menu of hamburgers to an unsuspecting public back in 1948. Even though it has grown into one of the biggest brand names in history, see the enterprise's humble beginnings at the Historic Site of the World's First McDonald's Hamburgers museum showcase the humble yet compelling beginnings of the fast food giant. Various items and memorabilia from the franchise's history are on display, a gift shop offers plenty of cool souvenirs, but no food is served at this attraction.
Big Bear Solar Observatory
40386 N Shore Ln
Big Bear City, CA 92314 Directions
The Big Bear Solar Observatory proves to be as mighty and impressive as its name. This facility was originally built back in 1965 by the California Institute of Technology and is now maintained by the New Jersey Institute of Technology. It has the distinction of being one of only six solar observatories in the world, plus the added attraction of being located on an island in the center of a lake in the San Bernardino Mountains. The location proves to be ideal for looking heavenward as there is minimal pollution, the skies are typically clear, and the airflow is smooth, making for great views that are nothing less than stunning.
San Bernardino National Forest
602 S Tippecanoe Ave
San Bernardino, CA 92408 Directions
The San Bernardino National Forest is like an unexpected natural haven in the midst of some intense urban activity. Most people are pleasantly surprised to find this natural gem of a forest located on the other side of the mountains in San Bernardino. In addition to some breathtaking topography that features peaks of over 10,000 feet, the forest is home to some amazing landscapes that include natural attractions like rugged peaks, calming mountain lakes, and picture-perfect valley views.
San Bernardino County Museum
2024 Orange Tree Ln
Redlands, CA 92374 Directions
Learning about San Bernardino's colorful past is as easy as paying a visit to the San Bernardino County Museum. This impressively arranged facility perfectly balances the area's cultural and natural histories. See creatively constructed exhibits and attractions that focus on local history, anthropology, and the various types of birds that make their home here. Plus, there are various seasonal exhibits and presentations throughout the year. Don't forget to check out the wildlife art, Chinese embroideries, and the museum's rustic landscaping during your visit.
Asistencia Mission De San Gabriel
26930 Barton Rd
Redlands, CA 92373 Directions
Get a taste of what life was like for the Franciscan Fathers back in 1819 when you visit the Asistencia Mission De San Gabriel. The site is commonly referred to as “Estancia,” as this Spanish mission was a beacon of hope and help to people of the area who were in need of food, water and spiritual comfort. This historic structure is now owned by the San Bernardino County Museum System and its continuous efforts allow visitors to take a fascinating look at what religious life was like alongside the San Bernardino Mountains in the 19th century. The mission has aged well, as many couples choose to get married in the meticulously maintained church that is complemented by its impressively landscaped grounds.
San Bernardino, CA
If you are out for a great day of fun in the sun, or maybe up for some aquatic adventure, make plans to head to Lake Arrowhead. This magnificent alpine resort attraction is located in the heart of the San Bernardino National Forest. Enjoy such activities as mountain biking, sailing, hiking, and camping. The summer months bring outdoor festivals and concerts, while the winter is the time for cross-country and downhill skiing as excellent slopes and designated ski areas are a short 25 miles away.
Silverwood Lake State Recreation Area
13988 Sawpit Canyon Rd
Hesperia, CA 92345 Directions
The majestic and breathtaking presence of the San Bernardino Mountains is hard to ignore. All year round, there are always plenty of fun activities and attractions to experience and natural beauty to take in when you visit the Silverwood Lake State Recreation Area. Fans of fishing will love casting their lines here, as the lake waters are full of trout, large-mouth bass, and bluegill. There are also plenty of trails that promise a satisfying hiking experience, excellent camping areas, and lots of green open spaces to stretch out and have some relaxing fun in the sunshine.
Robert and Frances Fullerton Museum of Art
550 University Pkwy
San Bernardino, CA 92407 Directions
The Robert and Frances Fullerton Museum of Art is located on the campus of California State University San Bernardino. The museum is an impressive facility that's home to a collection of close to 1,200 objects that include ceramics and ancient and contemporary art, as well as a large collection of Egyptian artifacts that features 500 pieces spanning over 4,000 years of history. These are just some of the museum's many highlights, which complements its many exhibits with lectures, special presentations and various seasonal events.
Rim Nordic Ski Area
35050 California 18
Running Springs, CA 92382 Directions
Rim Nordic is an attraction that challenges you to not only enjoy its natural surroundings, but also to get back to the basics. You will find this retreat in the heart of the San Bernardino National Forest. Rustic is really the only way to describe the area, as there are always plenty of visitors to the area year round. In the winter months, the resorts are full of activity thanks to the many skiers and snowboarders and the warmer months are equally as active, due to the mountain bikers and hikers who enjoy Rim Nordic's challenging terrain.