American Tree

Contractor License# 927926

Oro Grande is an unincorporated community located in San Bernardino County, California, United States. Here’s some information about Oro Grande:

Oro Grande is situated in the Mojave Desert, in the western part of San Bernardino County. It is located approximately 10 miles north of Victorville and is surrounded by desert landscapes and scenic vistas.

Oro Grande has a rich history tied to mining and the development of the region. The community was originally established as a mining town in the late 19th century when silver and gold were discovered in the area. The name “Oro Grande” translates to “Big Gold” in Spanish, reflecting the mining heritage.

The economy of Oro Grande is primarily driven by mining, although the scale and intensity of mining activities have diminished over the years. The community is also influenced by the neighboring cities of Victorville and Adelanto, which offer additional employment opportunities.

While Oro Grande itself is a small community, it is located near various attractions and points of interest. Nearby destinations include the Mojave River Forks Regional Park, which offers recreational activities such as camping, fishing, and hiking. The Route 66 Museum in nearby Victorville showcases the history and cultural significance of the iconic highway.

Oro Grande is served by the Oro Grande School District, which operates the Riverside Preparatory School in the community. For higher education, residents can access colleges and universities in nearby Victorville and other surrounding cities.

Housing options in Oro Grande primarily consist of single-family homes and ranch-style properties. The community offers a quieter and more rural lifestyle, with a mix of residential and agricultural areas.

Oro Grande is accessible via National Trails Highway (historic Route 66), which runs through the community. It is also connected to nearby cities through major roadways, including Interstate 15 and State Route 395. Public transportation options are limited, and personal vehicles are the most common mode of transportation.