San Bernardino

San Bernardino has a wide variety of recreational attractions. From playing golf at one of San Bernardino's many public and private golf courses, to a 30 to 60 minute drive to mountains, skiing, deserts, beaches, resorts, and world-class cultural and sporting events, a variety of activities for all ages is available to residents and visitors.

San Bernardino is home to the Inland Empire 66ers of San Bernardino, a Professional Baseball Club, which in 2006 became part once again of the Los Angeles Dodgers organization. The Inland Empire 66ers play at the multi-use Arrowhead Credit Union Park which regularly seats 5,000 people and can be expanded to seat 10,000.

The City of San Bernardino is known as a "Youth Sports Destination". San Bernardino is home to the Little League Western Regional Headquarters and hosts the regional playoffs each year, with fourteen teams from 13 western states playing for the chance to advance to the Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pennsylvania for the national title. The City has also facilitated the installation of the first youth sports figure public art statue at Western Regional Little League Headquarters. San Bernardino has the largest sanctioned Soap Box Derby event on the west coast. Children build their box cars and race for a chance to reach the national finals in Akron, Ohio.  In 1998, the San Bernardino Municipal Soccer Complex was officially dedicated and opened for tournaments and competitions.