San Bernardino Property Management

Things to do in San Bernardino!

San Bernardino National Forest

The San Bernardino National Forest is comprised of several departments and three Ranger Districts. Our Forest has Fire, Police, Planning and Permits, Recreation, and a Roads department just like a city, county or state government. In addition we have a scientific arm, that deals with issues relating to cultural, water, soil, wildlife, plants and trees.


Original McDonald's Museum

Co-founders of the fast-food chain McDonald's, brothers Richard and Maurice McDonald, standing by a sign outside their restaurant in San Bernardino, California in November 1948 while it was closed for three months for alterations. In December 1948 it reopened as a self-service drive-in restaurant. At the time, their menu was 9 items: hamburger, cheeseburger, soft drinks, milk, coffee, potato chips, and a slice of pie. The staple of the menu was the 15 cent hamburger


Mojave National Preserve

Mojave preserves a diverse mosaic of ecological habitats and a 10,000 year history of human connection with the desert. Offering extensive opportunities to experience desert landscapes, the preserve promotes understanding and appreciation for the increasingly threatened resources of the Mojave Desert. This remote preserve encourages a sense of discovery and a connection to wild places.


San Bernardino History & Railroad Museum

The San Bernardino History and Railroad Museum specializes in San Bernardino history and all things railroad. It houses the Santa Fe Western Archives and unique artifacts, surrounded by hundreds of historic photographs.

The Museum is located in the restored 1918 Santa Fe Depot that serves Amtrak and Metrolink passengers and is across the tracks from the BNSF intermodal facility. Over 100 freight trains pass by the depot each day.