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Upland is a thriving city in San Bernardino County at the base of the rugged San Gabriel Mountains north of the I-10. This community of 75,000 is close to the Ontario International Airport and the Claremont Colleges. Upland real estate is adjacent to Ontario and several cities in Los Angeles County, including Montclair and Rancho Cucamonga.
There's plenty of locally-owned places to shop, eat and explore in Upland. Daddy O's Rockin Cafe on N 2nd Ave. is a local favorite and serves some of the juiciest, most succulent hamburgers you'll ever try. Residents are also close to terrific hiking in the mountains, fascinating lectures in Claremont and shows in Los Angeles, the Entertainment Capital of the World.
Children who live in Upland homes can attend over 40 public, private and charter schools in their city. Two of the most exceptional schools in the area are Pepper Tree Elementary and Pioneer Junior High. Both are California Distinguished Schools and are located on W 18th St. a half a mile from each other.
This city at the base of the mountains is at a slightly higher elevation than Los Angeles County and and gets a little more rain every year. The winters are pleasantly cool, but not cold.
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