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Riverside County

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Riverside County is a county in Southern California which extends east into the California Desert.

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Map of Riverside County

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The following Riverside County cities are in California's Desert:

Southern California[edit]

The following Riverside County cities are in the Southern California region:

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  • Imperial County - Located to the south of Riverside County in the state's southeast corner, this primarily agricultural county features extreme summer temperatures and below sea-level elevations. The Salton Sea dominates the region, and this massive alkaline lake is worth visiting for the ghost towns, wildlife refuge, and oddball characters that now populate its shores.
  • San Diego County
  • Orange County
  • Los Angeles County
  • San Bernardino County - Riverside County's northern neighbor, massive San Bernardino County covers 20,000 miles of the California Desert, an area larger than nine of the US states. The Mojave National Preserve is a centerpiece of the region, spanning portions of the Mojave, Great Basin, and Sonoran deserts. Fans of Americana will enjoy cruising historic Route 66, which bisects the county across its southern half and includes the ghost town of Amboy. The western side of the county spans both the outskirts of Los Angeles and the San Bernardino mountains, including popular destinations such as Big Bear and Lake Arrowhead.
  • Western Arizona
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