San Bernardino Neighborhoods Map

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The city of San Bernardino, CA has a population of 216,784 and a population density of 3,489 people per square mile. There are a total of 50 San Bernardino, CA neighborhoods. The neighborhood with the highest Livability Score is Mount Vernon and the largest neighhorhood by population is Drnag. The San Bernardino, CA neighborhood map is a great way to see which neighborhoods have a higher Livability Score compared to those with a lower Livability Score.

Top Rated Neighborhoods In San Bernardino, CA

San Bernardino is a city that is located in southern California. This city has about 20 different means for transportation. A few of those are located at: E St & 4th St, 5th at Mt View, and 4th at Stoddard. There are so many different things you can see and do in San Bernardino, including the San Bernardino National Forest and the San Manuel Stadium. Home and rental prices are both considered very reasonable and come in lower than the California average. Most people are in their mid to late 20's so this would be a good area for young couples with small or no children or single individuals.

South Pointe

The neighborhood of South Pointe has a very young demographic, with most residents in their 30's. With that being said, it would be a good place for families. Another thing that this city has a few amenities. For example, there are loads of restaurants and grocery stores. If you want to grab a bite to eat you can visit Lotus Garden Restaurant or Panda Express. On the other hand, if you don't want to go out to eat, you can buy some groceries at ALDI or Jane's Market. A few things to do around this neighborhood are: SB Raceway Indoor Karting or High Adventure Hang Gliding & Paragliding. If you wanted to buy a house in this neighborhood you would spend around $132,000. If you wanted to rent instead you would spend around $1,250.


This is also considered a younger neighborhood, with most people who live in this neighborhood in their mid to late 30's. Similar to South Pointe, this would be a good place for families. Arrowhead offers quite a few amenities. For example, this neighborhood is home to multiple shopping areas and lots of different parks. If you wanted to do a little shopping you could head over to Shirts N Stuff or All Time Bargains. If you just wanted to relax and enjoy nature you could pay a visit to Circle Rd. Park or Horine Park. In addition to these amenities, there are many things to do. You could check out Original McDonald's Site and Museum or the Santa Ana River Trail. If you wanted to buy a house in this neighborhood you would pay around $160,000 and if you wanted to rent a house or apartment you would pay around $930.


Most people living here are in their late 20's to early 30's and would be a good place to live for families. The amenities that are offered in this neighborhood include many places to get coffee and a library as well. If you wanted to get a nice cup of coffee you could visit D J Coffee Shop or Starbucks. If you wanted to go and read you could go to the Howard M Rowe Branch Library but if you wanted to buy some books you could go to Filling Up The Hole; Nature/Conseq's of Alcohol. If you wanted to visit attractions, there are many to choose from. For instance, you could go to Black Mountain Fire Lookout or the San Manuel Amphitheater. To buy a house in this neighborhood you would pay around $200,000 and to rent you would pay around $400 per month. Both of which are much lower than the California average.