of 106 Apartments for Rent in San Bernardino, CA
Located in San Bernardino County, California, Redlands is about 60 miles east of Los Angeles. Once a major citrus-growing region, Redlands has a thriving downtown with many historic buildings and locally-owned shops. The city is also home to the University of Redlands. Redlands is roughly 8 miles east of San Bernardino International Airport and 20 miles west of Ontario International Airport.
Renting in Redlands gives you quick access to a variety of Southern California attractions. The San Bernardino National Forest is about 24 miles away, while Mount Baldy is just over 40 miles away. Resort communities are also close, with Lake Arrowhead about 27 miles away, and Palm Springs about 45 miles away. Wine tasting in Temecula is a one-hour drive away, while the family fun of Disneyland is about a 90-minute drive. Both the annual Coachella Valley Arts and Music Festival and Joshua Tree National Park are less than 70 miles east.
Renting in Redlands, CA
Apartments for rent in Redlands are pricier than in San Bernardino County as a whole, although rents are much lower than in Los Angeles County and Orange County. Redlands is one of the most popular cities in San Bernardino County, so be prepared for competition when applying for rentals.
Tourist Attractions San Bernardino County Museum ? This regional-focused museum features cultural and natural history exhibits, an animal discovery center and research facilities.
Kimberly Crest House and Gardens ? Built in 1897, this well-preserved French-chateau-style estate and gardens is a popular tourist attraction.
Lincoln Memorial Shrine ?The only site west of the Mississippi dedicated to Abraham Lincoln and the American Civil War, the Memorial Shrine features art, manuscripts and artifacts.
Historical Glass Museum ? With the largest collection of glass west of the Rockies, this museum showcases antique glasswork and forgotten glass products.
View of Redlands. (Photo Courtesy of Don Graham)
University of Redlands. (Photo Courtesy of Don Graham)