Apple Valley, California
Apple Valley is located in the heart of Victor Valley in San Bernardino County, California. At an elevation of 3,000 feet, the area is known as the "High Desert," with beautiful landscapes and sunsets. Apple Valley is conveniently located 95 miles northeast of the Los Angeles metropolitan area, 140 miles north of San Diego and 185 miles south of Las Vegas.
If you are looking for sunshine, Apple Valley could be the place for you: the town experiences an average of 350 sunny days per year.
Apple Valley has a population of approximately 71,595 residents as of 2014. In the entire Victor Valley area, the population is more than 313,000.
Arts and Entertainment
Nature and activity lovers will be at home in Apple Valley with 15 parks and recreation facilities, two golf courses, as well as hiking, biking and horseback riding trails. Thanks to clean air and a low crime rate, Apple Valley residents enjoy activity and community year-round.
Apple Valley has two senior high schools, 10 elementary schools (kindergarten through 8th grade) and a K-12 independent study/hybrid/online course school operated by the Apple Valley Unified School District. Apple Valley is also home to the Lewis Center Academy for Academic Excellence, a nationally recognized laboratory school with a focus on science and math education. Additionally, the town has several private schools.