The Inland Empire is a metropolitan area and region of Southern California, situated directly east of the Los Angeles. Most of the area's population is located in the southwest portion of San Bernardino County and the northwest section of Riverside County.
Kayla at Baily Vineyard & Winery
Photo Credit: Dave Kendrick
California’s desert regions are at their most compelling in winter, when cool weather and clear skies combine to energize people and pets alike. If you’re planning a trip, don’t think only of cactus and rock. Southern California’s high-desert wine country invites visitors with vines, wines and a swaggering touch of the Old West. It’s all centered around the town of Temecula, 60 miles north of San Diego, 80 miles east of Greater Palm Springs and 90 miles southeast of Los Angeles. more »
Southern California's Orange Empire Railway Museum
, midway between Riverside and Temecula on Interstate 215, harkens back to “the way it was” when trolleys and interurban trains served Los Angeles and other regional communities.
You (but maybe not Rover) might recognize some of the rolling stock from movies more »
Mojo at Miramonte Winery
Southern California’s high-desert wine country
is centered around the town of Temecula
, 90 miles southeast of Los Angeles and 60 miles north of San Diego. A mild climate prevails year-round, with ocean breezes sweeping away much of the pollution that plagues the region’s metropolitan areas. Dog-friendly lodging, shops, restaurants and wineries abound in this very casual, outdoorsy community centered around the picturesque and strollable Old Town
, a historic district developed to preserve Temecula’s Old West heritage and charm. more »