Interestingly, Apply Valley is called a town instead of a city. The area is one of 21 incorporated municipalities throughout California that prefers the word town. Apple Valley is conveniently located to other San Bernardino County cities including Victorville and Hesperia. Residents can also commute to the cities of San Bernardino and Barstow using the Cajon Pass. The town is located in Mojave Desert, on the south end. The primary road residents rely on is State Route 18, which is commonly called the 'Happy Trails Highway.' This name is in honor of Roy Rogers and Dale Evans. Both men used to live in the area, and there was once a museum about them in Apple Valley.
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With a population of nearly 70,000 residents, Apple Valley is a popular city in the San Bernardino County. The area was incorporated in 1988. It is full of affordable homes that make it an attractive option for homebuyers. Many of the homes are average size, with a few bedrooms. There are some older homes available and a lot of homes that were built during the 1990s. Some of the homes are built on multiple acres, which is extremely appealing in California.SHOW MORE