With rivers, mountain peaks, deserts and fertile valleys, Riverside County offers diversity that few locations can match. Over two-and-a-half million people lives in the County, who take advantage of nearby beaches, mountains, hiking and bike trails, the Temecula Valley Wine Country and resorts that offer oasis in the desert.

Our mountain adventures provide enjoyment from water-sports to fishing, downhill bike riding in the fall months to skiing and snowboarding in the winter, and plenty of relaxation to go around.

The desert oasis of Palm Springs is world renowned for its resorts and golf courses. Boasting over 100 golf courses, and the famous Coachella Valley Music Arts Festival, it is the go to vacation spot for visitors from around the world and you won’t find a greater selection of world class entertainment options anywhere else. 

Acrisure Arena is the largest arena in the Palm Springs area. 

America’s hottest music festival destination finally got the world-class arena it deserves. Opened in December 2022, the Acrisure Arena provides the greater Palm Springs area of Southern California with a premiere 11,000+ capacity venue that hosts the biggest artists and acts on the planet. Designed specifically for hockey and concerts, the new arena provides top-tier hospitality, artist amenities, and all of the benefits of a modern music and sports venue.

Riverside County’s broad regional amenities have created an international tourism hotspot.

From national parks, historical sites, and world class entertainment, the region is overflowing with recreational opportunities. America’s hottest music festival destination is finally getting the world-class arena it deserves. Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival, Stagecoach, Jazz in the Pines, the Lavendar Festival, the Mission Inn Festival of Lights and the Temecula Valley Balloon & Wine Festival are just a few of the nationally recognized events in the county.

Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival, Stagecoach, Jazz in the Pines, and the Temecula Valley Balloon & Wine Festival. Temecula Valley Wine Country hosts nearly 50 wineries matched with restaurants and entertainment that are world-renowned.

Riverside County is home to one of the nation’s most diverse and reliable transportation networks. Including highways and express lanes, public buses, commuter rail trains and active transportation options serving bicyclists and pedestrians alike.

Our freeway system connects other counties to Riverside County’s businesses, entertainment, and high quality of living. Significant investments have been made on a number of key corridors including State Route 91, Interstate 215, Interstate 10 and State Route 60.

The thriving Riverside County economy is home to 74,906 businesses creating $93.2 Billion in Gross Regional Product and $78Billion in exports in 2020 alone which is in the top 1.5% of all US counties. With such a noteworthy gross regional product, global companies are flooding the region.

Fortune 500 and privately held companies have chosen this region as their home for either corporate headquarters or for a regional office. A wide range of industries from service to entertainment, technology to automotive, and medical to aerospace call Riverside County home. These industries support over 1,111,600 jobs (July 2022) bringing our current unemployment to an all-time low of 4.0% (EDD).

There is so much more in to discover in Riverside County, from the famous Mission Inn in the City of Riverside to the crystal-clear lakes throughout the County to Joshua Tree National Park, there is something for everyone to take advantage of.