Life in the Inland Empire

The Inland Empire is rich in history and cultural diversity; it is a modern, urban community that is bright and enduring. Living in the Inland Empire with other like minded people who are all passionate about flying will make your home away from home experience a lot more adventurous and fun.

 

THINGS TO DO:

There is a list of diverse activities and things to do when you are not studying. With 40 parks and 6 community centers, residents can enjoy beautiful playgrounds, swimming and play pools, adult and youth sports, special interest classes and excursions. There are also many local attractions and a vast list of cultural activities that students can indulge into during their stay in the Inland Empire.

 

SIGHTS & LANDMARKS:

Catch a baseball game at the San Manuel Stadium in the Inland Empire or visit a race at the Glen Helen Raceway which is a 256-acre motocross track with grandstand seating for up to 3,000 people. On your day off take a short hike to the Black Mountain Fire Lookout or visit the Pillars of God.

 

NIGHTLIFE & RESTAURANTS:

the Inland Empire boasts of a vibrant nightlife with a range of bars, discos and lounges. The city also offers an array of restaurants that serve cuisines from around the world to suit every budget and palette. Indian and Asian cuisines are available that make sure you don’t feel homesick and can indulge according to your heart’s desire.

 

NATURE & PARKS:

The Inland Empire is a nature lover’s paradise. Spend a night at the San Bernardino National Forest which is a great camp site. If you fancy a dip in the hot springs or a hike…Head to the Deep Creek Hot Springs. You can also go cycling along the Santa Ana River Trail.

 

ARTS, THEATERS & MUSEUMS:

The Inland Empire offers art and history lovers fascinating museums. Some of the interesting options are: The Original McDonald’s Site and Museum, the San Bernardino History & Railroad Museum, Inland Empire Military Museum, Robert and Frances Fullerton Museum of Art etc.
The Norton air force Base Museum would be of great interest to flying enthusiasts. Visit the San Manuel Amphitheater for a music concert or show.

 

TRANSPORT:

With rail, buses, a freeway, an International Airport just 30 minutes away, and the Port of Los Angeles within an hour’s drive, the Inland Empire is very well linked.

Places of Interest in Southern California

  • In-N-Out Burgers …………………………… 5 Minutes away
  • Ontario Mills …………………………………. 15 Minutes away
  • Big Bear Ski Resort ………………………. 60 Minutes away
  • Huntington Beach ……………………….. 60 Minutes away
  • Disneyland …………………………………….. 45 Minutes away
  • Angles Stadium …………………………….. 45 Minutes away
  • Dodgers Stadium …………………………. 60 Minutes away
  • Universal Studios ………………………….. 60 Minutes away
  • Joshua Tree National Park ………… 120 Minutes away
  • Knotts Betty Farm ………………………… 45 Minutes away
  • Griffith Observatory …………………….. 60 Minutes away
  • Hollywood Sign ……………………………. 60 Minutes away
OVERVIEW
1. Modern & culturally diverse city
2. Lively attractions to visit in free time
3. Well linked transport system
4. Multi cuisine restaurants including Indian ones available
5. Vibrant nightlife