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  • Joshua Tree National Park

Joshua Tree National Park protects two unique desert climates in south central California, as well as palm oases, exotic rock formations, and the rare Joshua Tree.

  • Los Angeles

Los Angeles is the second largest metropolitan area in the country. Contrasts abound: Hollywood legends and clueless tourists; the glamour of Beverly Hills and unglamorous rush hour traffic; Valley Girls and CalTech doctorate students; all compete for a piece of L.A.'s complex identity.

  • Mojave Desert

Rose-colored sand dunes, volcanic cinder cones, Joshua tree forests, and mile-high mountains are found along the scenic roadways in the Mojave Desert. Mule deer and bighorn sheep roam among pinyon pine and juniper in the many mountain ranges here, and a network of dirt roads provide year round opportunities to explore by four-wheel drive vehicle.

  • Riverside

When you hear the word "Riverside," you may think of sedate blue water moving through a green landscape, a landscape green with high grass and trees with healthy, leafy canopies. You may think of a city more park than city. And your impression might not quite fit Riverside itself. Riverside is, after all, a major city in California, the largest city in the Inland Empire with a population of over 300,000. But although Riverside struggles with big city problems like smog, urban sprawl and traffic, it still fits its nickname: the city of trees.

  • San Bernardino

San Bernardino marks the eastern end of the Inland Empire, the 50 mile corridor of urban area between here and Los Angeles. The city has a diverse and largely working class community. Several annual events, including the Route 66 Rendezvous classic car festival, attract visitors from around the country.

  • San Diego

San Diego is one of the most pleasant big cities in the nation. Year-round warm weather, 70 miles of beaches, and a low crime rate all contribute to the character of this coastal city. The sweeping blue Coronado Bridge is the landmark of San Diego's skyline, which curves along the edge of San Diego Bay. Once known mainly for being the center of U.S. naval operations in the Pacific, San Diego has grown into a major center for culture and recreation in California's southwest.

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