San Bernardino County Map, California

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

San Bernardino County Map, California, USA

Map of San Bernardino County, California

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  • About San Bernardino County, California

    San Bernardino County is a county located in Southern California, with its county seat in the city of San Bernardino. The county is the largest in the contiguous United States, covering an area of over 20,000 square miles, and has an estimated population of over 2.1 million people as of 2021.San Bernardino County was established on 1853.

    San Bernardino County is known for its diverse geography, including mountains, deserts, and forests. Some of the popular destinations in the county include Big Bear Lake, Joshua Tree National Park, and the Route 66 Museum. The county is also home to several colleges and universities, including California State University, San Bernardino.

    Economically, San Bernardino County is driven by a mix of industries, including healthcare, education, logistics, and manufacturing. The county is also a major transportation hub for the state, with several major highways and railways passing through the area.

    San Bernardino County is also home to a number of military installations, including the Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center in Twentynine Palms and the Army's National Training Center at Fort Irwin. The county is also a popular filming location for movies and TV shows due to its diverse landscapes and close proximity to Hollywood.

    San Bernardino County Facts

    County InfoFacts
    CountySan Bernardino County
    County SeatSan Bernardino
    CountryUnited States
    FIPS code71
    Area20,062 sq mi (51,960 km2)
    Formed / OriginLos Angeles

    Ctities and Towns in San Bernardino County

    City NameTypePopulation (2020)Pop. DensityAreaIncorporated
    AdelantoCity38,046719.6/sq mi (277.8/km2)52.87 sq mi (136.9 km2)December 22, 1970
    Apple ValleyTown75,791984.2/sq mi (380.0/km2)77.01 sq mi (199.5 km2)November 28, 1988
    BarstowCity25,415615.4/sq mi (237.6/km2)41.3 sq mi (107 km2)September 30, 1947
    Big Bear LakeCity5,046808.7/sq mi (312.2/km2)6.24 sq mi (16.2 km2)November 28, 1980
    ChinoCity91,4033,086.9/sq mi (1,191.9/km2)29.61 sq mi (76.7 km2)February 28, 1910
    Chino HillsCity78,4111,756.1/sq mi (678.0/km2)44.65 sq mi (115.6 km2)December 1, 1991
    ColtonCity53,9093,466.8/sq mi (1,338.5/km2)15.55 sq mi (40.3 km2)July 11, 1887
    FontanaCity208,3934,838.5/sq mi (1,868.1/km2)43.07 sq mi (111.6 km2)June 25, 1952
    Grand TerraceCity13,1503,757.1/sq mi (1,450.6/km2)3.5 sq mi (9.1 km2)November 30, 1978
    HesperiaCity99,8181,373.4/sq mi (530.3/km2)72.68 sq mi (188.2 km2)July 1, 1988
    HighlandCity56,9993,069.4/sq mi (1,185.1/km2)18.57 sq mi (48.1 km2)November 24, 1987
    Loma LindaCity24,7913,244.9/sq mi (1,252.9/km2)7.64 sq mi (19.8 km2)September 29, 1970
    MontclairCity37,8656,847.2/sq mi (2,643.7/km2)5.53 sq mi (14.3 km2)April 25, 1956
    NeedlesCity4,931161.2/sq mi (62.3/km2)30.58 sq mi (79.2 km2)October 30, 1913
    OntarioCity175,2653,507.4/sq mi (1,354.2/km2)49.97 sq mi (129.4 km2)December 10, 1891
    Rancho CucamongaCity174,4534,349.4/sq mi (1,679.3/km2)40.11 sq mi (103.9 km2)November 30, 1977
    RedlandsCity73,1682,033.0/sq mi (784.9/km2)35.99 sq mi (93.2 km2)December 3, 1888
    RialtoCity104,0264,318.2/sq mi (1,667.3/km2)24.09 sq mi (62.4 km2)November 17, 1911
    San BernardinoCity222,1013,574.8/sq mi (1,380.2/km2)62.13 sq mi (160.9 km2)August 10, 1869
    Twentynine PalmsCity28,065477.7/sq mi (184.4/km2)58.75 sq mi (152.2 km2)November 23, 1987
    UplandCity79,0405,073.2/sq mi (1,958.8/km2)15.58 sq mi (40.4 km2)May 15, 1906
    VictorvilleCity134,8101,828.9/sq mi (706.2/km2)73.71 sq mi (190.9 km2)September 21, 1962
    YucaipaCity54,5421,929.3/sq mi (744.9/km2)28.27 sq mi (73.2 km2)November 27, 1989
    Yucca ValleyTown21,738545.8/sq mi (210.7/km2)39.83 sq mi (103.2 km2)November 27, 1991

    Places to Visit in San Bernardino County

    Top places to visit in San Bernardino includes San Manuel Stadium, San Bernardino National Forest, Blair Park, Big Bear Lake, Rim of the World Scenic Drive, Silverwood Lake State Recreation, Lake Gregory Regional Park, Kimberly Crest House & Gardens, Santa Ana River Trail, Lake Arrowhead, Hulda Crooks Park, San Bernardino County Regional, San Bernardino Valley, Borea Canyon, Arrowhead Springs Hot Lake,Arrowhead Landmark .

    Nearest Airports

    Nearest airport of San Bernardino is San Bernardino International Apt (SBD) Airport.