Introduction to Grand Terrace, California
Grand Terrace, California, in San Bernardino county, is 5 miles S of San Bernardino, California and 7 miles NE of Riverside, California. The people of the city are in the Riverside - San Bernardino metropolitan area. Grand Terrace has a population of 11,626.
Grand Terrace History
The history of Grand Terrace goes back to the Mexican land grants of 1830s and '40s. The development of Grand Terrace started with the construction of the Gage Canal in 1896. Soon after that, this area became an agricultural community. Subsequently, the city was incorporated in 1978 and Tony Petta became the first mayor of Grand Terrace.
Grand Terrace and nearby Attractions
- Grand Terrace Park
- UCR/ California Museum of Photography
- California Citrus State Historic Park
- AB Brown Sports Complex
Things To Do In Grand Terrace
Grand Terrace is also known as The Blue Mountain City and offers a number of picturesque landscapes. In addition, the city also provides several other recreational activities such as an array of parks and playgrounds, rose gardens, picnic areas, soccer complex and basketball courts.
Grand Terrace Transportation
San Bernardino International Airport is nearby.
Grand Terrace Higher Education
The nearby college is San Bernardino Valley College.