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The Top Three Things to Do in Victorville this Winter

With temperatures ranging from the high 40s to the low 60s, and snowfall in the mountain areas, you may be considering a visit to Victorville. Here are three things to do, including booking a hotel in Victorville at Holiday Inn Victorville while you are visiting for pleasure or business.

Enjoy Your Favorite Winter Activities

Recent weather conditions have blanketed Big Bear Mountain Resort with three-feet of snow, creating the perfect scene for fans of nature and skiing, or snowboarding alike. The resort boasts “the most rideable terrain in Southern California” and phenomenal views. Winter operations at Snow Summit and Bear Mountain, offering 400 skiable areas, run from November to April each year.

Take a Scenic Road Trip on Route 66

According to the California Historic Route 66 Association, “the segment of Route 66 that stretches between Victorville and Barstow is a great 38-mile experience,” with opportunities for viewing many of the Mother Road’s original segments and nostalgic buildings. You can find driving directions for traveling northbound from your hotel in Victorville on the Association’s website.

Book a Stay in a Hotel in Victorville

Whether you are traveling solo or with family, a hotel in Victorville provides you with all the comforts of home while being conveniently located off Highway 15. Holiday Inn Victorville’s clean and spacious guest rooms include mini-refrigerators, coffee makers, and 42-inch flat-panel televisions. Guests will also enjoy complimentary Wi-Fi.

The city of Victorville is minutes away from the Apple Valley Golf Club and a short drive to Big Bear Mountain Resort and other popular California destinations. It is also home to the Route 66 Museum and Mojave Narrows Regional Park.

Book online or call the reservations desk at (760) 245-6565 to reserve a guest room for your next stay in Victorville. Please click here to read about our commitment to cleanliness.


“Current Weather.” Big Bear Mountain Resort.

“Route 66 from Victorville to Helendale.” The California Historic Route 66 Association.

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