The Walnut Trail shares a wide corridor with an active rail line along the BNSF route in a section of Orange County known for the production of oranges and strawberries. The San Clemente Beach Trail is one of the main rail routes in the area and is located on the shores of a popular beach at the southern end of Loma Linda Park.
The San Juan Creek Trail starts at the creek that flows into the Pacific Ocean and connects with the shorter Upper Bay Trail that stretches from the Upper Newport Bay Nature Reserve. The San Gabriel River Trail stretches from the foot of the SanGabriel Mountains down into the Pacific Ocean. The Los Angeles - Orange County Waterway and the Santa Monica Mountains.
The scenic University Trail begins with a connection to the San Diego Creek Trail and runs east along University Drive in Irvine's south. Trail users can hike, cycle, walk and cross-country ski from the University of California campus in Irvine.
The Oso Creek Trail offers a little over four miles of asphalt trail that connects to the San Diego Creek Trail System in Irvine's south. Those who like mountain biking can ride challenging trails such as the Santa Monica Mountain Trail and Santiago Canyon Trail. The Santiago Creek Trail is a 4 km (3 mi) trail along Santiago Avenue in the heart of Irvine.
Residents who enjoy the typical Southern California lifestyle during their time in Loma Linda are also happy to visit the many golf courses and thermal baths in the area, as well as a variety of restaurants, shops, hotels and other amenities. This provides a great opportunity to enjoy a desert environment in potentially barren conditions.
Costs in nearby Los Angeles are $103 lower than in Loma Linda, while other major cities, including Sacramento and San Jose, have slightly higher costs than Lomas Linda. Although the difference in home care costs is $476, it is 11% lower than the state median, and caregivers receive pay compensation without pay or leave. Prices are higher in other major California cities, including San Francisco, where costs are 1,144% higher than in Lomita, San Diego and Santa Cruz, and San Bernardino County, where they are $2,071 higher.
Bakersfield has some of the cheapest assisted living in the state, with a median care cost of $1,000 a month, but the cost in Loma Linda is $350 higher. Prices are also higher in other major cities, with seniors in San Francisco paying $2,500 more a month than in Santa Cruz and San Bernardino County. There is no difference in cost between the cost of elderly care in Los Angeles and the cost of seniors in San Diego and Los Angeles Pay about the same as those in Lomita, L.A. County or the Bay Area. Seniors in San Francisco or San Jose pay up to two-thirds of their annual income (about $3,200) for home care, while seniors in San Francisco and San Josephy pay more than $2 million more per year ($4,400) than in Bakersfields, $5,300 more than in Linda and $6,800 more in Sacramento than they pay in other major California cities.
The Visalia area has some of the cheapest home care in California, with seniors there paying $191 less a month than in Loma Linda. By contrast, seniors in Santa Rosa pay $2,362 a month more for adult day care and $694 more for adult day care than Lomita or Linda, we found. We found no difference in cost of living in the Hanford area, where seniors pay only $867 a year, $800 less than the median cost in Bakersfield, $1,500 less in San Francisco and San Jose, and about $9,000 more in Sacramento, but a $5,200 difference in adult-care costs in Los Angeles and Lomas Linda, and more than $3,300 in other major California cities.
The Santa Cruz area has the second lowest cost of living in the state, at $1,000 less than the median cost in Loma Linda. To be closer to the cost of Los Angeles, nearby San Diego is only 45 to 90 minutes west and is a good place to live - living costs about $2,500 more than in Lomita and Lomas Linda, but $3,300 more in Santa Rosa.
Situated in the shadow of the San Jacinto Mountains, this city of around 24,000 inhabitants has a decidedly Latin ambience. People who enjoy the desert environment have only a short way to the east to reach the city of Brea, the second largest city in Loma Linda County. The Tracks of Brea Trail is an easy and scenic route from Lomita and Lomas Linda to the city's central business district, located just a few miles east of downtown Los Angeles. Take a trip on the Tustin Branch Trail to enjoy scenic views of Santa Cruz Bay and the Santa Monica Mountains and the Pacific Ocean.