Local Travel Guides For Redlands, CA and Highland, Mentone, Yucaipa, and Loma Linda
Published: Dec. 01, 2018
Our kids are the center of our worlds, but constantly having to find ways to positively entertain them can be tough. Let Evan and About Redlands help!
Published: Nov. 21, 2018
Are you someone who joins a gym just to realize… you don’t know how to work any of the machines, and interpreting those diagrams is like learning Swahili? Or maybe, spin and yoga are always packed… and, no, I do not want to be in front? Stop putting yourself through the agony! There are non-gym options for fitness that you may not have considered yet.
Published: Oct. 08, 2018
The Downtown Redlands corridor is speckled with local parks, historic sites, and old orange groves. Held every Thursday night, our Market Night was established in 1988. It still thrives to this day. The following list of restaurants, bars, and activities feature some of our favorite local destinations.
Find the latest styles of home decor, up-to-the-minute clothing, skate and snowboarding merchandise, antiques, and personal services.
If you fancy the fare of an English pub, Greek cuisine, hot n’ spicy Mexican food, or crave a hearty burger, our downtown restaurants and wine bars offer all that and more! Afterwards, take a stroll down our tree-lined streets and top off your meal with an ice cream or delicious specialty dessert.
PC| Orange Street Alley - Jackson Hall Photography
Published: Sep. 28, 2018
Redlands is one of the oldest cities in California and is one of those small communities that seem to hold their small town charm… except when it comes to being haunted. Redlands is considered by many to be the ultimate Ghost Town. The majority of the houses are very old, Victorian in architecture, and come with a long rich history that is the substance of many a ghost story. This is a self-guided tour. All homes are privately owned with the exception of Kimberly Crest. BONUS: How to make tombstones on a budget after Kimberly Crest's information.
Published: Sep. 21, 2018
Redlands is a small city blessed with a big choice of coffee shops. If you are a dedicated coffee lover on the lookout for a tasty brew and a satisfying caffeine hit or just hunting for a place to grab a bite for breakfast or lunch, in Redlands, you’re sure to find exactly what you’re searching for.
Published: Sep. 15, 2018
Here is a list of some of the area restaurants who were contacted for this article. The questions asked were:
- Do you offer dog-friendly seating areas?
- How often is this area utilized by dogs and their pet parents?
- Do you offer outside water bowls or any dog-friendly treats or extras?
- Do you currently promote your dog-friendly seating areas?
- Are you open to any dog-friendly promotions or events?
Published: Sep. 15, 2018
Some basic guidelines for pet parents when taking your dogs out in public especially when you want to utilize a designated dog-friendly space in a restaurant are as follows:
Published: Aug. 01, 2018
Hi, I’m Zion. I’m seven years old and will be in the second grade this upcoming school year. My family moved to Redlands, CA from Rex, GA last year. Since I’ve been here, I’ve met a lot of cool people and visited a lot of really neat places. I love to read, write stories, cheer, and go on adventures with my family.
Published: Jul. 31, 2018
The concept of plant based sustainable food has piqued the interest of the entire community, not only vegans. The number of “vegan-curious” people, as Joanna the local vegan blogger with Plant Based Momma calls them, in Redlands and the surrounding area is absolutely incredible.
Published: Jul. 18, 2018
Australia has great appeal for all types of travelers – families, solo travelers, young and mature! It is a safe destination where travelers find they get a good value for their dollar. While many think the flying time is too lengthy, in actuality it is about the same distance as flying to Italy. Another plus, they speak English there!
Published: Jul. 17, 2018
I once read an article written by the late Anthony Bourdain where he declared, “locals dine during the week”. The admired chef went on to reveal that the weekends were considered “amateur nights for the tourists and well-done-ordering pre theater hordes,” in reference to how some guests indecently ordered their steaks overcooked. Adding that chefs prefer to cook for weekday guests rather than for the weekenders. Well, in that case say no more, Tony. We hear you…
Published: May. 22, 2018
Our family of four, including two boys 12 and 13, returned to Redlands for a wedding, a funeral and some much needed time with our west coast family! We had our usual spots that we wanted to visit; Cheesewalla, El Burrito, Sweet Memories, A Store Called Quest, etc. But when the weather in Baltimore kept us in Redlands for three extra days, we managed to make the most of it by enjoying more of what Redlands has to offer including Lemon Shark, A La Minute and did I mention Cheesewalla?
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