Be Active

Overview

Be Active!

Surrounded by gorgeous mountains, Redlands is located approximately 60 miles east of Los Angeles, and 45 miles northwest of Palm Springs, which makes it an easy drive to reach mountains, beaches and deserts. The city is known for its Victorian and historical architecture, weekly farmers’ market events, Lincoln Memorial Shrine and the Redlands Bowl.

There are a variety of things in Redlands to see, do, explore, discover and participate in for both residents and visitors. Whether it’s dining, shopping, playing or staying, enjoying all that Redlands has to offer is what living the Southern California lifestyle is all about.

Thursday Market Night to be re-introduced as a Saturday Morning Market:

Market Night Logo

On April 14, 2022, the Parks and Recreation Commission formed a subcommittee to discuss the re-opening of Market Night and at their May meeting, the subcommittee recommended that Market Night be reintroduced with some modifications. These modifications addressed limited staffing levels as well as a transition back to full operations.                                               

Thursday Market Night to be re-introduced as a Saturday Morning Market:

Market Night Logo

On April 14, 2022, the Parks and Recreation Commission formed a subcommittee to discuss the re-opening of Market Night and at their May meeting, the subcommittee recommended that Market Night be reintroduced with some modifications. These modifications addressed limited staffing levels as well as a transition back to full operations.                                               

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Redlands Tourism
A Destination Place

Atmosphere, Dining, and Shopping – Take a Stroll in Redlands!

Surrounded by gorgeous mountains, Redlands is located approximately 60 miles northeast of Los Angeles, and 45 miles west of Palm Springs which makes it an easy drive to reach mountains, beaches, and deserts.

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Redlands’ Best

What is Redlands’ Best?

In 2015, a group of local community partners launched an effort to promote tourism in the city of Redlands. Members of this tourism group represent a diverse roster of venues, organizations and businesses in the community that have a strong interest in promoting tourism and positively impacting the local economy.

The Redlands’ Best Tourism Partners Group – initiated three tourism-related projects which are listed below. 

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Stay

Redlands Accommodations

Whether you’re here for business or leisure, Redlands offers a variety of attractive, moderately priced accommodations that are located near restaurants, shopping areas and Redlands’ popular, historic downtown. There is plenty to see and do right here in the city, but Redlands’ central location also makes it a great starting point for day visits to the local mountains and deserts. 

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Parks and Recreation

The Parks & Trails of Redlands provide the setting for many outdoor activities. 

If you are looking for an organized activity check out the recreation page where we offer programs in sports and the arts.

Learn about the bike paths available in the City for fun or transportation.

 

 

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Senior Services

Facilities & Community Services Redlands Senior Services

Redlands Community Senior Center:
111 West Lugonia Ave.
Monday- Friday: 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
(909) 798-7579

Joslyn Senior Center
21 Grant St
Wednesday & Friday 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
(909) 798-7550

Division Main Office: (909) 798-7572

For more information on our current services please email us at recreationstaff@cityofredlands.org

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Get Involved

Join your community in making Redlands the special place that it is.  Their are many opportunities to volunteer.  Find one that fits your interests.