The San Gorgonio Pass is a deep mountain pass between the San Gorgonio Mountain and Mount San Jacinto. It was discovered in 1853 by explorers searching for a pathway to the Pacific Ocean. It wasn’t long before the Southern Pacific Railroad laid tracks, and a small settlement serving as a rest stop for travelers soon followed. Eventually, the small, sleepy village grew, became incorporated, and the name was changed from San Gorgonio to Beaumont.
Today, Beaumont is still attracting new residents. They come for the gorgeous scenery and great location and stay for the friendly neighbors, beautiful parks, and superior school system. The community also enjoys numerous events, such as a summer concert series, a bike race, and a farmer’s market.
Beaumont has some spectacular parks, including 3 Rings Ranch Community Park, Rangel Park, Trevino Community Park, and Stetson Community Park. Your new Beaumont apartment will give you access to a 20-acre sports park, a great trail system, nearby golf courses, Wildwood Canyon State Park, and the vast San Bernardino National Forest.