While growing up and seeing other states and cities in my travels, I have always know that Southern California is one of a kind. From my first visit to my in-laws, I knew that I would one day move to Diamond Bar, and at no time have I been disappointed with my choice. Named after the Diamond Bar Ranch, this city's diversification in a quaint setting are uniformly what makes this a perfect place to live. From its quiet neighborhoods, public transportation which allows you to go anywhere you may, and local shopping selections what more could one for your choice of residence?
Accessible to three airports, this family oriented haven is well within distance of anything that may tickle your fancy, providing you with your choice of mini-vacations without ever having to spend a night away from home unless you choose to do so. Less than one hour from a multitude of beaches, I love to drive down to marina del-rey with my dog, fire up the grill, throw the frisbee and head home when the sun sets. Living in Diamond Bar allows me to head up to Big Bear or Lake Arrowhead for a weekend of snow and skiing, before going back to the weekly grind. Going to a Clippers game on Saturday and a Lakers game on Sunday are my nephews favorite part of coming to visit me, though I must admit driving down to the Coliseum to catch a U.S.C. game is my favorite, because then I'm able to hit Chavez Ravine for a Dodger game, all while making it home before midnight. No matter what activity you decide on what better place to make it than from Diamond Bar?