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About Apple Valley, CA
There are a variety of different stories regarding how Apple Valley was named. According to some one historians, the name was due to the abundant apple orchards during the 1920’s. Some other Historians think that the name Apple Valley was due to the Appleton Land Company, which, was located in this area, during the early 1900’s. In addition, in the early 1900’s, one of the earliest white settlers in this area, was a woman, whose name was Ursula Poates, who apparently said something to the effect there were some apples that were being raised next to the river but not a great amount of apples, so why not simply name the small settlement Apple Valley. However, the orchards all died off during in the 1930’s.
Several different kind of ranches were built in a region that offered abundant land, as well as a rather pleasant climate. These white settlers thought that the dry, desert air would be a cure for many different types ailments, which included asthma, as well as tuberculosis. Some of the other ranches in the area offered the shell-shocked veterans of WW II, a well-deserved haven. Many of the other ranches in the region served as guest ranches. Pioneers also came to Apple Valley to rid themselves of life in the big city, enjoy the lifestyle in the wild west, and to go horseback riding. some horses.
Two men named B. Westlund and Newton Bass, were the founders of Apple Valley. In Long Beach, California, these two men were also teamed up in the gas and oil industry. Mr. Westlund and Mr. Bass also founded the Apple Valley Ranchos Land Company in 1946. The also marketed the area as a destination of a high quality resort. It wasn’t long before the community was known as the Golden Land of Apple Valley. After completing the building of the Hilltop house, as well as the Apple Valley Inn, many famous celebrities from Hollywood, were invited to come out and visit for a while.
Apple Valley is bordered on the east by the community of Hesperia and on the west by the community of Victorville, which is an approximate 30 some miles from the community of Barstow. It is also situated on the southern border of the Mojave Desert. In combination with the communities of Hesperia, Victorville, Adelanto, and the surrounding areas the region is known as Victor Valley. State Route-18, is the main road through Apple Valley, and it is within the city limits of the community of Apple Valley and has been given the nickname of the Happy Trails Highway. This moniker was given to the community of Apple Valley because Happy trails was the theme song of the singing cowboy and his wife, namely Roy Rogers and Dale Evans, who resided on Highway 18., at one time. The commercial region is presently divided between State Road-18, and Bear Valley Road. The two roads are very close to being parallel, until they intersect to the west, which is outer limit of the community. The Mojave River is located on the western side of Apple valley. The borders in that region is only one of only the world’s very few rivers that flows to the magnetic north. The community of Apple Valley is bounded on its southernmost boundary by the foothills of the San Bernardino mountains.
Apple Valley is a modern community that is a wonderful place to live, work, play, visit, and raise a family. The people in this community are very friendly and love to make new acquaintances. The population of Apple Valley was 70,924 residents, although it still has the feel of a small town.