Let’s be honest, LA definitely gets most of the limelight. But there’s so much more to the Golden State than Hollywood glitz and glamour. If you’re the type who loves secret adventures and hidden waterfalls, we’ve got just what you need. Check out this list of the top 7 bizarre places and things to do around San Bernardino you never knew about.\nMojave Lava Tube\nPrice: Free\nHours: Open 24 hours\nLocation: Mojave National Preserve\nWhy You Need To Go: You can explore awesome underground lava tubes in California!\nView this post on Instagram The vote is in! Many people said they would like to see me incorporate my outdoor adventures into my page so here’s my first one! Let’s see how it goes 🤞🏻 Anyone ever have the chance to get to the Mojave Desert be sure to check out the Lava Tubes! Just one of the many cool places my Jeep has taken me 👌🏻 A post shared by 🅽🅸🅺🅺🅸 💞 (@jeepgirl726) on Jul 29, 2018 at 10:35am PDT\nWebsite\nHeart Rock Waterfall Trail\nPrice: Free (You need a California Adventure Pass to park on the main road)\nHours: Open 24 hours\nLocation: Crestline, CA\nWhy You Need To Go: You can see a gorgeous 25-foot waterfall cascading down heart-shaped rocks.\nView this post on Instagram I needed am escape today and a short hike to #heartrock did the trick. #hiking #seeleyfalls #crestline A post shared by Liam Watson (@liamfwatson) on May 5, 2016 at 7:18pm PDT\nWebsite\nFirst Original McDonald's Museum\nPrice: Free admission\nHours: Monday - Sunday from 10 am to 5 pm\nLocation: 1398 N E St, San Bernardino, CA 92405\nWhy You Need To Go: This is the original site of the first-ever McDonalds that opened in 1940. You can road trip there with friends to take fun pics and see cool memorabilia.\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by Viviane Cuqui (@vivianecuqui) on Sep 5, 2019 at 6:32pm PDT\nWebsite\nAztec Falls\nPrice: There is a $5 fee at Splinter’s Cabin Trailhead unless you show a valid California Adventure Pass or Interagency Pass in your car.\nHours: Open 24 hours Sunday - Saturday\nLocation: Pacific Crest Trail, California\nWhy You Need To Go: This oasis in the desert is the perfect adventure you would never expect to find near San Bernardino.\nView this post on Instagram A Moment frozen in Time. #travelling #forests #magic A post shared by Jason Montero (@jasonn2424) on Jun 11, 2019 at 11:51am PDT\nWebsite\nTrona Pinnacles\nPrice: Free to visit\nHours: Open 24 hours\nLocation: You can find full directions here.\nWhy You Need To Go: You can walk through massive 125-foot spires on an ancient lake.\nView this post on Instagram Lay asked me, “Where we going?” I said, “The Moon!” 🌓 || Trona, CA, USA || #tronapinnacles #trona #pinnacles #tufa #desert #mojavedesert #girlswhohike #travelgirl #sheisnotlost #letsgoeverywhere #travelgram #girlswhotravel #sonyalpha #bealpha #alphafemale #travelmore #lovetottravel #goexplore #exploremore #wonderfulplaces #roamtheplanet #wearetravelgirls #thetravelwomen #girlslovetravel #girlsmeetglobe #thetravelwomen #outdoorwomen #ladiesgoneglobal #earthgirlslifestyle #wanderlust A post shared by Jessie Zahner (@athletchic) on Oct 7, 2019 at 6:33pm PDT\nWebsite\nDeep Creek Hot Springs\nPrice: Access via Freedom Trail is $5 per person by day and $10 per person by night\nHours: Open 24 hours\nLocation: Pacific Crest Trail, Apple Valley, CA 92308\nWhy You Need To Go: You can soak in emerald hot springs in the middle of the mountains. The views are beautiful.\nView this post on Instagram Scrolling through old pics and found this gem. Thinkin it’s about time I have another weekend like this, but where to next 🤔 #wonderful_places A post shared by Vicky (@vickysayss) on Jul 31, 2018 at 12:26am PDT\nWebsite\nAmboy Crater\nPrice: Free (no entrance fee)\nHours: Open 24 hours Location: You can get full directions here.\nWhy You Need To Go: You can hike around a massive 250-foot crater and 27-mile lava fields that have become a thriving reptile habitat.\nView this post on Instagram Discover the Mojave Desert! Our neighbor, Mojave Trails National Monument, is holding an Instameet this Saturday, March 18th at 4:30 pm. Join Bob Wick, photographer and wilderness specialist, and Kyle Sullivan, monument manager, for desert photography tips and tricks. Bring your cameras to The Amboy Crater parking lot to capture the beautiful geology, wildflower bloom, golden hour and sunset. Share with your friends using #MeetUsOnRoute66 Follow @mypubliclands for more information. Photo by Bob Wick #alttext sunset and moon rise at Amboy Crater. A post shared by Joshua Tree National Park (@joshuatreenps) on Mar 15, 2017 at 10:36am PDT\nWebsite\nEditor’s Note: SoCal is susceptible to extreme heat in some areas and sporadic wildfires throughout the year. Make sure to check local weather conditions before you visit any of these locations, travel safely, and plan accordingly. Deep Creek Hot Springs is clothing optional.\nWe strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.