San Bernardino

San Bernardino is part of the California Inland Empire and it is the largest county in the United States when measured by area. The county received its name on May 20th, 1810 on the feast day of St. Bernardino of Siena. San Bernardino was officially deemed a part of the Los Angeles area in 1893.

We have provided storage container rental services in San Bernardino county for over 30 years. Portable Storage Corp is located in Ontario and we provide fast delivery throughout the county. Contact us at (800)-527-8673.

San Bernardino is closely associated with Riverside County. It is located at the most Eastern part of California, it touches Nevada on its Northeast border and Arizona on its Southeast border.

A number of freeways and highways run through San Bernardino, making it a very well connected county. This is what helps us deliver the portable storage containers in San Bernardino. Four Interstate freeways run to San Bernardino: the 10, 15, 40 and 215. Other freeways include two U.S. routes, the historic Route 66, and over 15 state routes. San Bernardino currently uses the nearby L.A./Ontario International Airport, but will use the San Bernardino International airport once construction is finished. This airport is undergoing a remodel currently.

San Bernardino is the number one skiing destination for the residents of Southern California. Big Bear Mountain and Snow Summit together create the Big Bear Mountain Resorts. Big Bear is more accessible to snowboarders, making Snow Summit the perfect location for family skiers. Big Bear is made up of three mountain peaks: Bear Peak, Silver Mountain, and Goldmine Mountain. The resort supplies these peaks with artificial snow to ensure that guests have the most successful skiing trip possible. Big Bear opened a freestyle park in the 1990’s, and it contains the only super pipe in California.

Another natural destination in San Bernardino is Joshua Tree National Park. Joshua Tree was declared a national park in 1994 in accordance with the California Desert Protection Act. Joshua Tree covers more than one thousand square miles, and includes the Little San Bernardino Mountains, the Mojave Desert, and the Colorado Desert. The park hosts unique rock formations and desert Yucca plants.

San Bernardino is home to many other points of interest. The Goldstone Deep Space Communications Complex is an observatory in the county and it likely has a few portable storage containers on the property. This observatory is used to communicate and track space missions. San Bernardino also has the Calico Ghost Town, Barstow Outlet Mall, Yucaipa Regional Park, and the California Theatre of Performing Arts.