Mountain Home Village, California

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Mountain Home Village
Unincorporated community
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Mountain Home Village is located in California
Mountain Home Village
Mountain Home Village
Coordinates: 34°06′02″N 116°59′57″W / 34.10056°N 116.99917°W / 34.10056; -116.99917Coordinates: 34°06′02″N 116°59′57″W / 34.10056°N 116.99917°W / 34.10056; -116.99917
Country United States
State California
County San Bernardino
Elevation 3,691 ft (1,125 m)
Population (2010)
 • Total 170
Time zone Pacific (PST) (UTC-8)
 • Summer (DST) PDT (UTC-7)
Area code(s) 909
GNIS feature ID 1656579[1]

Mountain Home Village is an unincorporated community in San Bernardino County, California, United States with a population of 170 full-time residents as of 2010. Mountain Home Village is located along California State Route 38 5.2 miles (8.4 km) north-northeast of Yucaipa. It is located less than a mile east from the Thurman Flats Picnic Area, and the Loch Leven- and Mill Creek Campgrounds are located in the village. It is also where Mill Creek and Mountain Home Creek (which starts in Lake Shadow by nearby Angelus Oaks in the north) meets, while other creeks in area includes Skinner Creek, East Fork Mountain Home Creek, and Frustration Creek. The Mentone Boulders is also located nearby, which is a well-known rock-climbing area.[2] It is located in the San Bernardino Mountains,[3] just at the edge of the San Andreas Fault and offers some extraordinary valley views, and on clear days, also views of the City of San Bernardino. There are also numerous hiking trails located by the village. It is located within the San Bernardino National Forest and is surrounded by pine forest.[4] Its elevation is 3600 feet.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Mountain Home Village". Geographic Names Information System. United States Geological Survey. 
  2. ^ Fry, Craig. Southern California Bouldering. Globe Pequot. Page 119. ISBN 9780934641579.
  3. ^ Mitchell, Patrick (2006). Santa Ana River Guide. Wilderness Press. Page 56. ISBN 9780899976167.
  4. ^ Magley, Beverly (1999). National Forest Scenic Byways Far West. Globe Pequot. Page 118. ISBN 9781560446538.