A quaint Mojave Desert town in California, Victorville is a revitalised gem of the San Bernardino area. This historic stop on Route 66 has been featured in many commercial films on account of its landscape of strange non-prehistoric petroglyphs of faces.
Things to do in Victorville
Travel the route of the early pioneers and learn about the development of railroads across the west at the Route 66 Historic Museum. Venture through galleries of vintage photographs and one-of-a-kind artefacts while exploring the impact Route 66 had on the development of the area’s culture.
If you’re looking to get out in nature, head to Mojave Narrows Regional Park, a wide expanse of green space, sparse trees and picturesque lakes. You can have a picnic in the shade, go fishing, take a horseback ride or camp overnight under the stars, an ideal activity for families with children.
Head over to the Scandia Family Fun Centre for some family fun or the perfect place to entertain yourself for a few hours. Zoom around the go-kart course, try your hand at miniature golf or play video games to win prizes.
Getting around Victorville
Cars are the primary form of transportation around Victorville. For a scenic drive, make sure you travel down Route 66. There is also a bus service that travels between Barstow and Victorville.