The History of Victor Valley

The Victor Valley consist of 5 incorporated towns and has 15 unincorporated communities in the San Bernardino County. As part of the Inland Empire, the Victor Valley is the largest metropolitan area between the City of San Bernardino and Las Vegas. Centrally located for recreational activities like Skiing, Water Skiing, fishing, hiking, gambling, air balloons, ultra-light planes and the lists goes on and on.

The future Victor Valley job growth will come from the Southern California Logistics Airport known as SCLA. SCLA is designated as air cargo facility and will consist of over 8,500 acres of business complexes which will integrate manufacturing, industrial and office facilities. SCLA will drive the future Victor Valley economy in the Victor Valley for years to come...

Climate
July High Temperature: 99
January Low Temperature: 31
Victor Valley enjoys a warm and sunny climate with summer highs in the mid-to-upper 90's and winter highs in the 60s.


New to the Area? This is an overview of cities and communities with the Victor Valley. The profiles do not contain extensive information for each area. We suggest that you contact the representative city, town or community for more detailed information.

City of Adelanto
The city of Adelanto is located near Highway 395 in the Victor Valley. The city is 35 miles north of San Bernardino and 95 miles northeast of Los Angeles in the High Desert Region of San Bernardino county, at an elevation of 3,000 feet.
www.adelantochamber.com


Town of Apple Valley
The town of Apple Valley is 44 miles north of San Bernardino and 100 miles northeast of Los Angeles, in the High Desert Region of the County, at an elevation of 3,000 feet.
www.avchamber.org


City of Hesperia
The city of Hesperia is located 35 miles north of San Bernardino and 90 miles northeast of Los Angeles at an elevation of 3,250 feet.
www.hesperiachamber.org 


Community of Oak Hills
The community of Oak Hills is located in the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains, just north of the Cajon Pass, straddling Interstate 15, between Hesperia and the community of Phelan. The community has elevations of up to 4,200 feet.

Community of Phelan
The community of Phelan is located just west of Interstate 15 and a few minutes from the City of Hesperia at an elevation of 4,000 feet. Nestled in the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains it is known as the “Land of Champagne Climate”, because 95 percent of the year Phelan basks in the sun. It is approximately 10 minutes away from Wrightwood and only 25 minutes from the heart of the Victor Valley.
www.phelanchamber.org


Community of Pinon Hills
The community of Pinon Hills is located in the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains, just beyond the Cajon Pass, adjacent to Interstate 15 and the community of Phelan. The community has an elevation of 4,000 feet.


City of Victorville
The City of Victorville is 41 miles north of San Bernardino and 97 miles northeast of Los Angeles at an elevation of 2,875 feet. The City's area is 74 square miles.
www.vvchamber.com 

HOSPITALS
St Marys Medical Center
Victor Valley Community Hospital
Desert Valley Medical Center

RECREATIONAL AREAS
Mojave Narrows Regional Park
Calico Ghost Town