Things to Do in Victorville

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Things to Do in Victorville

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  • Gio B
    San Diego, CA22 contributions
    I visited this museum back in December 2021 after a stop in Silver Lakes coming from Vegas and heading to San Diego.
    Written August 26, 2022
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  • Les J
    Murrieta, CA630 contributions
    This is the 24th facility we have stayed out this outing. It is absolutely the lowest rated largely because of the trains. Lots of trains. We chose a back-in site along the water. Be advised that the online map of the campground is a mess. It doesn’t delineate the difference of the width of back-ins along the water nor does it even show that there are pull-thru’s! Using a white noise apparatus, the trains did not disrupt our sleep. A quick glance at my past reviews will attest that we strive to stay at the very highest rated available. So why Mohave Narrows? A family member lives near by. While the very immediate area is pretty nice, the overall Victor Valley has deteriorated considerably. The area is severely lacking in short term decent parks to stay at. This park is a fair drive off the freeway on an ever congested Bear Valley Road. Our site was great; probably the most aesthetically pleasing of our 2 month trek. In the future, we will probably use the facility overnight, but only on a weekday. Knowing the demographics of the area, the weekend has the potential to be . . . disturbing. I will say, that $40 a night, with a $7 reservation fee - arrived on a Monday at 3 without reservations to choose a site we wanted without reservations - is . . . high.
    Written December 23, 2021
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  • shaunigirl
    Riverside, CA6 contributions
    A little chilly in January, but no rain and it's perfect weather for off roading. You can camp anywhere in the OHV for free. The kids had a lot of fun riding their quads and my husband I had a blast in the side by side. We went on a nice long ride ~15 miles round trip to the Slash X Cafe and ate lunch. We camped in the Stoddard Valley OHV area where there is an outlet center and restaurants (mostly fast food) nearby so it's not like you are way out in the middle of nowhere, but you can ride out and get away from civilization so it's kind of the best of both worlds.
    Written January 20, 2020
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  • travelingbob2018
    Victorville, CA17 contributions
    Have been to several performances. Actors are amateurs but put on a decent play. Seats just average comfort.
    Written October 9, 2019
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  • DougNBodie
    Irvine, CA88 contributions
    Victorville might only be an hour and a half from downtown Los Angeles but in "reality" this is Middle America. There is really no difference in movie theaters, malls, shopping, museums, restaurants whenever you go an hour outside a major metropolitan area...It's all the same and its all relative. You want great golf....Go to Palm Springs or along the coast. You want great museums.....Go to Los Angeles. Wine and golf... go to Temecula. If you want to buy a vacation property...Dont buy one in the high desert. Victorville isn't a destination resort. People live here because you can buy a home for $400,000 that would cost over 2 million in Orange County (only 75 minutes away). All in all, Victorville is just a place where I go and visit my father for the weekend and play golf and go out to eat about 12 times a year.
    Written August 13, 2022
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  • darkmuzik
    Bay Area California22 contributions
    Great profusion of produce and crafts from farmers and vendors from all over southern california, mostly from non-urban areas of semi-desert. Farmers appear to have come from as far as fresno in the san joaquin valley, most of the crafters were more local. The event is on the downhill-lower-campus of the junior college, parking is free and pretty convenient to the venue. There is fresh-served coffee and some light snacks but I did not see any meals being served there. There were lots of families with small kids and infants. Many of the farmers/sellers were offering samples of their produce, and it seemed obvious that buyers were repeat customers as this event has been apparently going on for at least a decade. The sellers often had sun and rain shelters, so I presume it is a rain-or-shine event.

    Vehicle traffic mostly uses the eastern-most campus entrance for the farmers' market, which is in an area not heavily traveled by regular student traffic so there did not appear to be any problem with car-gridlock or interference with bus traffic associated with the central campus. Despite being on the bottom of a hillside, the venue is mostly on paved and smooth surfaces so would be fairly accessible to families with strollers, carry rollers or wheelchairs. I do not know about bathroom facilities, but would presume the campus athletics center (nearby) would have those.
    Written September 23, 2019
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  • James D
    Victorville, CA11 contributions
    A good place to take the kids of grandkids. A local diversion with games and rides and a fum miniature golf course.
    Written October 3, 2018
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  • Paul Q
    Victorville, CA11 contributions
    It’s pretty much a cookie cutter approach with almost all movie theaters. Average to above average price for tickets and of course the snack bar is overpriced but if you want to take the family out to a movie you could do worse than this place. All and all average movie theatre.
    Written September 3, 2019
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  • Ed S
    Minneapolis, MN481 contributions
    The place is located in a multi-use area of mainly single story buildings. The place is small and has a cozy feel with a few tables and a nice bar. Brian is the owner and bartender and singer. He is very knowledgeable about wine and provided wonderful tasting of at least eight different wines. They offered small plates of food. The caprese salad was good and the pizza was OK. The best part was that they were having a Kuroki night. Brian and his wife were fabulous singers, providing a very fun atmosphere. A couple of the off duty wait staff stopped in and added a few songs. We would go back in a heartbeat. They made us feel so much at home (felt like the show-Cheers), even though we had just met these people!
    Written February 5, 2020
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  • Ramon V
    Victorville, CA114 contributions
    Good time, some greens very nice, other holes kind of grass less and with dirt, but overall great course. Some of the holes have that Scottish Feel to them, nice long 500 yard holes, more than 2 or 3, ...Pro shop people are nice and on point with service, also, lower prices of you play later in the day. The restaurant inside is nothing short of awesome... Decent prices..Oh yeah and lots of Pokemon Stops if you play... Have a great time!!! 🏳🏴🚩
    Written March 13, 2017
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  • dnaleciz
    Moreno Valley, CA409 contributions
    Situated at the intersection of 7th Street and Forrest Avenue, in Victorville, California one can find this community memorial to its fallen servicemen. Old Town Victorville Veterans Memorial was dedicated on 09 November 1996 to the memory of 31 Victorville’s service members who paid the ultimate sacrifice while in the service of the United States defending democracy and freedom. This touching 6-sided memorial features a sculpture entitled “For the Price of Freedom” by Ismael Rodriquez. Located at the top of the memorial is a bronze statue of a kneeling praying soldier (decked out in full combat gear) in front of a rifle adorned with a helmet, with the barrel of the rifle inserted into the soil. This represents the demise of a fallen comrade. The six sides of the base column contain three panels with the names of the fallen Victorville servicemen. The remaining three panel contain the emblems of each of the branches of the Military (Marine Corp, Army, Navy, Air Force and Coast Guard). “We Remember,” a poem written by Felix Diaz (former Victorville City Council member) pay tributed to these fallen heroes from World War II, Korea, Vietnam, Iraq, and Afghanistan. It is a remarkable and touching memorial to the city’s military heroes. Unfortunately, there is extraordinarily little information available on the internet concerning this memorial. As a former “G.I.” who served in serval of these conflicts, All I can say is “Thank You for your service and Sacrifice.” May each of you “Rest in Peace.” This is a very heart wrenching memorial to visit and all I hope for is that “We Remember” these individuals.
    Written June 30, 2022
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  • Dromomaniac
    Greater Sydney, Australia601 contributions
    We visited again this year on our way to Vegas, and it was no surprise to find that nothing had changed. Especially since it appears that nothing has changed there since the 1970's, with the exception of the addition of rollerblades sometime in the 80's.

    The place was actually bust this time, unlike when we visited around Christmas in 2015. There would have been easily 50 people skating during this visit, as opposed to 3 during our last visit. It's well air conditioned, and it was summer in the desert this time, so I can see the attraction.

    It's still very cheap to enter, I think it was $7 for skaters plus $3(?) for skate hire. And this time we got vouchers for a free hotdog and drink. Water was free, so we didn't use ours, but gave them to another family to use.

    The locals may look a bit rough, but everyone was friendly and it's a family oriented place, with plenty of parking.
    Written August 6, 2017
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  • Irmas082
    3 contributions
    I’ve lived in the high desert since 1988 and have never visited with my family. The Facebook add, “Kids Bowl for Free”, peaked my interest and I signed the family up for this summer. It has been a great experience for all of my kids from the oldest 14 to the youngest 3. The employees have been helpful and the environment, for the most part, has been pleasant. I look forward to bowling with my kids a couple more times before summer ends.
    Written July 24, 2018
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  • 1mountainwoman
    Apple Valley, CA134 contributions
    The Spa, provides a variety of services, including facials, and skin care and products. The place is restful and inviting. You feel as if you have entered an establishment in Beverly Hills, not Victorville Ca
    Written January 24, 2016
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  • Julio Solano
    Victorville, CA19 contributions
    Two words: LASER TAG!! Also Cosmic Golf and the arcade is loads of fun as well. There's an ice cream parlor right next door. Overall good experience!
    Written May 15, 2015
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