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A mountain resort high in the San Bernardino Mountains, the unincorporated community of Lake Arrowhead is home to almost 9,000 people. This remote and serene area is almost entirely supported by tourism. Residents will be used to the culture of part-time residents and tourists coming in and out. Almost 40% of Lake Arrowhead's households have children under 18. The median age of Lake Arrowhead residents is 39 years. The lake itself is a reservoir that has 780 acres in surface area, originally intended to help provide irrigation to San Bernardino Valley. Instead, it was converted into the tranquil resort area it is today.

Lake Arrowhead has two elementary schools, one middle school and one high school. Schools are classified under the Rim of the World Unified School District. There are a few private schools at all levels in the area. There is good choice in higher education not far away from Lake Arrowhead. San Bernardino has multiple colleges and universities, including San Bernardino Valley College, CSU San Bernardino, ITT Technical Institute, Loma Linda University and California Baptist College. There is also Victor Valley College to the north in Victorville.

Located in a mountainous forest setting, Lake Arrowhead offers plenty of camping, biking, hiking and snow sport opportunities. The Lake Arrowhead Village is the hub of activity of the community. There are outlets and boutiques for shopping, restaurants, a supermarket and events. Multiple residential communities lie outside the Village. Over 350 people belong to the Lake Arrowhead Yacht Club, which has been around for over seventy years. There are plenty of things to do at the lake itself, such as sailing and boating. Residents can go seven miles to the north to find the scenic Pacific Crest Trail, which offers some gorgeous views. Lake Arrowhead is home to the Ice Castle International Training Center, an Olympic-quality resource for training figure skaters, and the UCLA Conference Center, a place run by UCLA which provides a place for meeting and recreation.