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  The Inland Empire is a wonderland of old-growth vineyards, century-old citrus groves, hot water resorts, Wild West attractions and Native American landmarks. America's fabled Mother Road, Route 66 runs right through it. Our fertile valleys are encircled by four mountain ranges brimming with famous lakes and resorts. Those same mountains are surrounded by some of the world's famous best known desert resorts like Palm Springs and Indio. We can ski on a mountain-top at Big Bear Lake, and sun bathe in Palm Springs on the same day - and then watch the sun go down over the nation's oddest body of water, the accidental Salton Sea , formed by a Golorado River aqueduct rupture in 1905-07. We are the gateway to two of California's biggest national parks, Death Valley and Joshua Tree, plus two other national recreation areas: the Mojave National Preserve and the Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountain Nation Monument. Our sports venues are numerous with thousands flocking to the Inland Empire for NASCAR events at the Auto Club Speedway in Fontana. We hold the Western Regional Little League Championships in San Bernardino and for minor leaguebaseball. We have more professional baseball teams and baseball games than Los Angeles, Orange and San Diego counties put together! A bulk of Southern California's gambling Casino's are in the Inland Empire. The question is not why live here, it's why not?

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