The Conference Center is located 90 miles east of Los Angeles, and is a convenient drive from most major cities and airports in Southern California.
|Ebmeyer Charter & Tour*||ebmeyercharter.com||(877) 326-3937|
|Experienced with snowy conditions.|
|Lake Arrowhead Limo & Car Service*||lakearrowheadlimo.com||(909) 851-2212|
|Prime Time Shuttle*||primetimeshuttle.com||(800) 733-8267||Sedan and bus services. Experienced with snowy conditions.|
|B&W Limo*||Alina Wade, email@example.com||818) 599-0438||3 to 55 passengers|
|Black Tie Limousine Inc*||Dennis Savard, firstname.lastname@example.org||(949) 859-8590||3 to 55 passengers|
|Ultimate Limousine||lalimorentalservice.com||(800) 249-1466||Town car, sedan, SUV, passenger van (15 people), limousine (6–10 people), SUV limo (12–20 people), and party bus (20–40 people) services.|
|Super Shuttle||supershuttle.com||(800) 258-3826|
|Ride San Bernardino Mountains||(909) 338-3471||Taxi alternative|
|Corporate Coach Charter & Tours||(800) 452-2622|
|Lux Bus||(714) 678-1888|
|*These companies are preferred for their familiarity with our mountain location.|
The terms “over-length bus” and “motorhome” apply to single-unit buses and motorhomes that are between 40 and 45 feet in length. Restricted routes can be viewed as either a map or a list.
MAP: For the Over-Length Bus & Motorhome Map, please visit the California Department of Transportation: Caltrans website and click on the red numbers to open each regional map.
LIST: For the Over-Length Bus & Motorhome List, see the table below. The route segments below should match the red routes on the map web page. These red routes are off limits to over-length buses and motor homes.
|18||San Bernardino||9.2||65.8||56.2||S. JCT of Old Waterman Canyon Rd. near Arrowhead Springs Rd. in San Bernardino||Marble Cnyon Rd. near Camp Rock Rd.|
|138||San Bernardino||15.2||37.8||21.7||RTE 15||JCT 18 – End of route|
|173||San Bernardino||0.0||23.0||24.9||RTE 138 North of Silverwood Lake||JCT RTE 18 South of Lake Arrowhead|
|Adapted from CalTrans Website August 10, 2009|