San Bernardino County is pleased to announce the expansion of its Opportunity campaign at the Ontario International Airport. The expansion includes two static wall wraps that are now live in Terminal 2, reaching millions of travelers with captivating visuals of our county’s top destinations.

Some of the featured destinations include Calico Ghost Town, Big Bear Alpine Zoo, the County Museum and Regional Parks.

Calico Ghost Town is a historical site that was once a bustling silver mining town between 1881 and 1907. After silver lost its value, Calico became a ghost town. Today, Calico Ghost Town is a tourist destination that offers its visitors a glimpse into the Old West with mine tours, the old schoolhouse and saloon, museums, a train ride and more. Calico also features gift shops, restaurants, camping, off-roading and hiking and biking trails. 

Big Bear Alpine Zoo is a rehabilitation facility that is dedicated to preserving injured, orphaned and imprinted wild animals. Located in Big Bear, the zoo provides a home for a variety of animals including bears, mountain lions, wolves, birds, raccoons and more. Zoo visitors can experience up-close animal encounters and fun for the entire family.

If you are a history enthusiast or art lover, the County Museum showcases the natural and cultural history of San Bernardino County. It features a wide range of exhibits covering topics such as the county’s geological and paleontological history, Native American culture, birds within the region, the county’s car culture and more. The museum also offers a variety of educational programs including lectures, workshops and special events. The County Museum is located in Redlands and has a branch location in Apple Valley. It also maintains a number of historical sites including the Agua Mansa Pioneer Cemetery in Colton and the María Merced Williams and John Rains House in Rancho Cucamonga.

The county also offers a range of outdoor activities through nine regional parks including Glen Helen Regional Park in San Bernardino; Yucaipa Regional Park in Yucaipa; Prado Regional Park in Chino; Cucamonga-Guasti Regional Park in Ontario; Lake Gregory Regional Park in Crestline; Moabi Regional Park in Needles; Mojave Narrows Regional Park in Victorville; Mojave River Forks in Hesperia; and Calico Ghost Town in Yermo. Some of the park activities include swimming, camping, fishing, boating, hiking, golfing and picnicking. Additionally, Regional Parks also oversees the Big Morongo Canyon Preserve and the Santa Ana River Trail, offering visitors a variety of activities including biking, walking and hiking.

Whether you’re traveling or visiting the airport, we invite you to stop by and view the Opportunity campaign for yourself. Keep an eye out for our advertisements in Terminal 2 and Terminal 4 and experience the excitement firsthand. For more information about the Opportunity campaign, please visit

Additional County Update News – April 11, 2024

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