Attractions, Statistics and Facts about San Bernardino County
San Bernardino County attractions include Joshua Tree National Park, Mojave Desert National Preserve, The Mojave Desert, San Bernardino National Forest, The Original McDonald’s Site and Museum, San Manuel Stadium, Glen Helen Regional Park, Rim of the World Highway, Deep Creek Hot Springs, Santa Ana River Trail, San Bernardino History and Railroad Museum, Glen Helen Raceway, Norton AFB Museum, Robert and Frances Fullerton Museum of Art, Inland Empire Military Museum, and The Pillars of God. There are scenic driving routs including The Cajon Pass and The Rim Of The World Highway which is a 101 mile drive through the mountains from San Bernardino to Big Bear Lake. For those who seek adventure there is High Adventure Hang Gliding and Paragliding and the SCUSB Leadership Challenge Center. San Bernardino County is an area in the Inland Empire of California with a population of 2,074,926. There are 1,028,551 male residents living in San Bernardino County and 1,046,375 female residents. The total number of households is 631,148 with 3.22 people per household on average. San Bernardino County is the twelfth most populous county in the United States. Total household expenditures in San Bernardino County are equal national average.
The median age of the current population is 31.20 with 581,303 people being married and 689,585 being single.
The employment numbers show that there are 61% white collar employees and 39% blue collar employees in San Bernardino County.
Crime rate in San Bernardino County is above the national average. The most frequent crime is Automotive Theft Risk while the least frequent is Larceny Risk.
San Bernardino County weather recorded temperatures between a high point in July of 109.20° F and a low point of 35.20° F in January, 2017. The air pollution index is of 101.00. The county seat of San Bernardino County is San Bernardino. The county is bordered by Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, Inyo and Kern counties as well as the Arizona and Nevada state lines and there are 24 cities and towns in the county and many unincorporated areas. San Bernardino County is the largest county in the contiguous United States covering more than 20,000 square miles of land and 53 square miles of water. The county is 215 miles by 150 miles. The climate for the county is temperate. There are about 15 inches of rain each year. It lies at Latitude: 34.108, Longitude: 117.29, with an Elevation at 1,200 feet above sea level at the point of San Bernardino city. The highest mountain peak in southern California is Grey Back at 11,600 feet above sea level and is located in the San Bernardino County. 90% of the county is desert and there is a large amount of agriculture farming throughout the county.