Victorville is small city in San Bernardino County. The Californian city is 73.7 square miles and has a population of around 116,000. City temperatures are hot and dry. Sitting on the outskirts of the Mojave Desert the city’s summertime temperatures are warmer than LA but do not reach desert highs. Victorville summers are hot and dry while its winters are much cooler. Many of the people who live in the city work at the Southern California Logistics Airport, the city hospitals or the local schools.
Over the years many popular movies have been filmed in the area including Lethal Weapon, Breakdown, The Hills Have Eyes, The Hitcher and The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift. The city offers plenty of interesting tourist attractions and activities for visitors of all ages. People can visit the California Route 66 Museum or The Fire Museum. They can go and see an exciting race at the Wheel to Wheel Raceway or spend the day hiking, fishing or horseback riding in Mojave Narrows Regional Park. Golfers can find great courses at the Green Tree Golf Course and children can play at the ten acre Mojave Vista Park
There are plenty of great eateries in the area. Victorville visitors can dine at Carino’s Italian Restaurant; Molly Brown’s Country Café and the Seoul Garden Korean BBQ Restaurant. The Cold Stone Creamery offers a delicious selection of desserts that the whole family will enjoy. Victorville visitors can also enjoy the local shopping mall. The Mall of Victor Valley offers a great variety of stores and dining options as well as a movie theatre.