The Town of Apple Valley is located in the Victor Valley of San Bernardino County, in the U.S. state of California. It was incorporated on November 14, 1988, and is one of the twenty-two incorporated municipalities in California that uses "town" in its name instead of "city." The town is east of and adjoining to the neighboring cities of Victorville and Hesperia, 37 miles (60 km) south of Barstow and 46 miles (74 km) north of San Bernardino through the Cajon Pass. The population was 69,135 at the 2010 census.
Restaurants in Apple Valley
4.5 based on 183 reviews
Make sure yo see this to relive some of the Route 66 good old days. Plenty of items on display as well as pictures of Victorville and Retail Items. The place is Fantastic. Good for the entire family. The staff is extremely knowledgeable on the area. No fee but leave a donation to keep it going. Also info on George Army Air Base.
4.5 based on 71 reviews
Great place for the whole family! Also they now serve adult beverages. Theaters are clean and the seats recline and are very comfortable. There is plenty of room in the isle so even if you have your seat reclined, there is still plenty of room for others to pass without having to move your seat, stand or get your legs squished.
They also support the movie pass.
4.5 based on 15 reviews
Played these 3 nines many times and invariably liked them and their condition! This review is about the nice time I had playing this course in mid winter! Great greens for the time of year! Pretty quick, consistent and held all my shots (even a 5 iron) Tees were just OK, and the DORMENT GRASS fairways were pretty good! Nice staff and (at least that day) great weather too!
4 based on 31 reviews
I even used to manage at this mall for many years but there is no growth..extreme over pricing for things like Santa and Easter Bunny visits with photos. No security teams keeping watch. The variety of stores is terrible. But on the high side you have fabulous store who treat the customers great such as Barnes and Nobel, JCPenny and Hot Topic even Sees Candies is great but do to higher prices is low on clients. Red Robin's is the best place to eat there and the local movie theatre is terrific.
4 based on 25 reviews
If you want to cool off in the Inland Empire on a summer day, see a movie here. Nice multi-plex. Great for the kids with the arcade and all you want to eat while watching a movie at the snack bar. They even have STARBUCK'S coffee. Saw 'STAR TRECK' in 3D! Loved it!!! Comfortable and clean! Not a bad seat in the theater! Average price. In the Victor Valley Mall. Plenty of parking. Near the 15 Freeway. On the way to Las Vegas. Relax and enjoy!
5 based on 12 reviews
My family and I visited this zoo for the first time today and were pleasantly surprised. We had a wonderful time and will definitely be visiting again! The price is $7 for adults and $5 for children over two. It is a smaller zoo and you must take the guided tour, which is on the hour every hour, but it was a lot of fun. There is food you can buy for a small fee to feed the deer, sheep, and llamas. There are tigers, a lion, monkeys, baboons, kangaroos, and several other fun animals to visit. Many of them are guest friendly and will come up to the fence during the tour. We will definitely be visiting again!
3.5 based on 43 reviews
Some 1,500 species of watchable wildlife call this lush stretch of habitat along the Mojave River home, making it a magnet for bird-watchers, horseback riders and campers. The park’s two lakes not only attract migratory birds but also make it a popular fishing spot.You can bring your own mount or rent horses and ponies from the on-site stables.Mojave Narrows’ flat, open terrain includes pastures surrounded by cottonwood and willow trees. The park, located in the Victor Valley area, boasts lots of activities for visitors. Facilities include group and RV campsites ( some with lake views), a playground, waterpark, picnic shelters and hiking trails. A low ropes course is also planned.
My wife and I will from time to time take a long morning walk through this park and remind ourselves what a great asset the High Desert has.Not many areas can brag about a great lake to fish, a place to ride horses or a great place top barbecue and enjoy friends.
4.5 based on 12 reviews
If you don't mind waiting for just a short time to see movies, most end up here, a short time after they've been initially released, for really cheap! It's not the fanciest place but it's not bad either. Take your own water/drink and snack and it's REALLY cheap!!! Decent place to enjoy the movies on the big screen!
5 based on 7 reviews
All Saints Lunatic Asylum - Haunted Attraction (presented by Midnight Dreary Production Studio) in APPLE VALLEY, CA. is a year round professional haunted attraction. Maze is open every weekend in October through October 31st, every major holiday and every Friday the 13th. Other activities throughout the year include movie nights, dinner theater, escape rooms and other family oriented entertainment.
Love love loved this haunted attraction!! By far the best haunted house I've been to, better then Knotts, Six Flags, and Universal. My friends and I enjoyed the screams and surprises that we experienced. Well worth $8 and would honestly pay more. To top off the scares there is an awesome gift shop at the end. Will definitely be back this year and plan on getting one of their sweatshirts to help support. Good job All Saints!!!
4 based on 18 reviews
An inexpensive 18-hole golf course.
It is what it is. Most of the time the course is fun to play on. There is hardly anyone there so the pace of play is great. Greens are big, fairways are big, and when the wind isn't blowing it can be a really nice course. Not a big fan of the trailer park setting on holes 3 through 6 but cant blame anyone that is alive about that as the City council in the 60's had no vision at all. Club house closes early for some unknown reason too. Cant believe in the middle of summer the bar was closed at 6 PM....I hope that changed.
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