Mountain Home Village (in San Bernardino County, CA) Populated Place Profile


Mountain Home Village (GNIS FID: 1656579) is a populated place located in San Bernardino County at latitude 34.101 and longitude -116.999.

The elevation of Mountain Home Village is 3,691 feet. Mountain Home Village appears on the Forest Falls U.S. Geological Survey Map. San Bernardino County is in the Pacific Time Zone (UTC -8 hours).

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