Riverside County Map, California

Map of Riverside County - Riverside County is a county located in the U.S. state of California. Riverside County Map showing cities, highways, important places and water bodies. Get Where is Riverside County located in the map, major cities in Riverside county, population, areas, and places of interest.

Riverside County Map, California, USA

Map of Riverside County, California

About Riverside County Map, California: The map showing the county boundary, county seat, major cities, highways, water bodies and neighbouring counties.

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  • About Riverside County, California

    Riverside County is a county located in Southern California.It's county seat is Riverside. As per 2020 census, the population of Riverside County is 2458395 people and population density is square miles. According to the United States Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 7,208 sq mi (18,669 km2). Riverside County was established on 1893.

    Riverside County is known for its diverse geography, including mountain ranges, deserts, and agricultural areas. Some of the popular destinations in Riverside County include Palm Springs, Joshua Tree National Park, and Lake Perris.

    The county is also home to several universities and colleges, including the University of California, Riverside, California State University, San Bernardino, and Riverside City College.

    Economically, Riverside County is driven by a mix of industries, including healthcare, education, agriculture, and tourism. The county is also home to a number of military installations, including the Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center in Twentynine Palms and the Naval Surface Warfare Center in Corona.

    Riverside County Facts

    County InfoFacts
    CountyRiverside County
    County SeatRiverside
    CountryUnited States
    FIPS code65
    Area7,208 sq mi (18,669 km2)
    Formed / OriginSan Bernardino and San Diego

    Ctities and Towns in Riverside County

    City NameTypePopulation (2020)Pop. DensityAreaIncorporated
    BanningCity29,5051,269.6/sq mi (490.2/km2)23.24 sq mi (60.2 km2)February 6, 1913
    BeaumontCity53,0361,749.2/sq mi (675.4/km2)30.32 sq mi (78.5 km2)November 18, 1912
    BlytheCity18,317689.1/sq mi (266.1/km2)26.58 sq mi (68.8 km2)July 21, 1916
    CalimesaCity10,026674.7/sq mi (260.5/km2)14.86 sq mi (38.5 km2)December 1, 1990
    Canyon LakeCity11,0822,827.0/sq mi (1,091.5/km2)3.92 sq mi (10.2 km2)December 1, 1990
    Cathedral CityCity51,4932,289.6/sq mi (884.0/km2)22.49 sq mi (58.2 km2)November 16, 1981
    CoachellaCity41,9411,394.3/sq mi (538.3/km2)30.08 sq mi (77.9 km2)December 13, 1946
    CoronaCity157,1363,934.3/sq mi (1,519.0/km2)39.94 sq mi (103.4 km2)July 13, 1896
    Desert Hot SpringsCity32,5121,074.1/sq mi (414.7/km2)30.27 sq mi (78.4 km2)September 25, 1963
    HemetCity89,8333,068.1/sq mi (1,184.6/km2)29.28 sq mi (75.8 km2)January 20, 1910
    Indian WellsCity4,757332.2/sq mi (128.3/km2)14.32 sq mi (37.1 km2)July 14, 1967
    IndioCity89,1372,682.4/sq mi (1,035.7/km2)33.23 sq mi (86.1 km2)May 16, 1930
    La QuintaCity37,5581,065.2/sq mi (411.3/km2)35.26 sq mi (91.3 km2)May 1, 1982
    Lake ElsinoreCity70,2651,837.5/sq mi (709.5/km2)38.24 sq mi (99 km2)April 9, 1888
    MenifeeCity102,5272,205.8/sq mi (851.7/km2)46.48 sq mi (120.4 km2)October 1, 2008
    Moreno ValleyCity208,6344,064.6/sq mi (1,569.3/km2)51.33 sq mi (132.9 km2)December 3, 1984
    MurrietaCity110,9493,301.1/sq mi (1,274.6/km2)33.61 sq mi (87 km2)July 1, 1991
    NorcoCity26,3161,898.7/sq mi (733.1/km2)13.86 sq mi (35.9 km2)December 28, 1964
    Palm DesertCity51,1631,908.4/sq mi (736.8/km2)26.81 sq mi (69.4 km2)November 26, 1973
    Palm SpringsCity44,575471.4/sq mi (182.0/km2)94.55 sq mi (244.9 km2)April 20, 1938
    PerrisCity78,7002,496.0/sq mi (963.7/km2)31.53 sq mi (81.7 km2)May 26, 1911
    Rancho MirageCity16,999670.6/sq mi (258.9/km2)25.35 sq mi (65.7 km2)August 3, 1973
    RiversideCity314,9983,877.9/sq mi (1,497.2/km2)81.23 sq mi (210.4 km2)October 11, 1883
    San JacintoCity53,8982,076.2/sq mi (801.6/km2)25.96 sq mi (67.2 km2)April 20, 1888
    TemeculaCity110,0032,951.5/sq mi (1,139.6/km2)37.27 sq mi (96.5 km2)December 1, 1989
    WildomarCity36,8751,555.9/sq mi (600.7/km2)23.7 sq mi (61.4 km2)July 1, 2008
    EastvaleCity69,7575,505.7/sq mi (2,125.8/km2)12.67 sq mi (32.8[11] km2)October 1, 2010
    Jurupa ValleyCity105,0532,446.5/sq mi (944.6/km2)42.94 sq mi (111.2[12] km2)July 1, 2011

    Places to Visit in Riverside County

    Top places to visit in Riverside includes Fairmount Park, Castle Park, Mount Rubidoux Park, UC Riverside Botanic Gardens, Fox Performing Arts Center, California Citrus State Historic, March Field Air Museum, Mission Inn Museum, California Citrus, Jurupa Mountains, Riverside National, Whitewater Preserve, Lake Hemet Campground, Andulka Park, Buccaneer Cove at Castle Park, Santa Ana River Trail, California Botanic Garden.

    Highways in Riverside County

    I-10, I-10 BL, I-15, I-215, US 95, U.S. Route 95, US 99, Historic U.S. Route 99, Historic U.S. Route 395, State Route 60, State Route 62, State Route 71, State Route 74, State Route 78, State Route 79, State Route 86, State Route 91, State Route 111, State Route 177, State Route 243, State Route 371, County Route R3.

    Nearest Airports

    Nearest airport of Riverside are Ontario International Airport (ONT), Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), John Wayne Orange County Airport (SNA).