This area of California has close to perfect weather most of the time. Temperatures rarely top 90 degrees, and freezing temperatures are almost non existent. It hardly ever rains, so sunshiny skies rule all but about 40 days per year. Anytime is a good time for moving day in Muscoy.
When you find the apartment you want, you'll be zoned for either Vermont or Muscoy Elementary schools. The area also features a charger school, PAL Center, as well as Inland Empire Jobs Corps, which is a learning center that trains local youth for a trade or career. San Bernardino City Unified School District serves the areas of Muscoy, Devore Heights, Arrowhead Farms, and parts of San Bernardino.
A studio apartment for rent in Muscoy is surprisingly easy to find here! Smaller units are by far the easiest to come by but there are more luxurious units available, too. Condos for rent, as well as homes and townhouses, are also available. Prices go up according to the convenience of the property as well as amenities, such as swimming pools.
East Muscoy: East Muscoy borders I-215 and is pressed up against the Shardin Hills Golf Club. It's a great place to live for anyone who loves to golf and also for people who have to commute to nearby cities for work, as transportation is super easy from here.
West Muscoy: The west side of town is quieter and mostly residential. It's a good area to look for apartments but you'll definitely want a car to get around.
Most of the time, nearby Lytle Creek sits dry. But the few rainy days each year that Muscoy endures fills the creek with overflow waters. The area is also home to a very special endangered species, the Muscoy Musk Rat. Adorable yet shy, there are sadly few of these critters left.
Residents often go to nearby San Bernardino for the shopping malls, abundant restaurants, entertainment and nightlife. While Muscoy is small and secluded (by California standards), it isn't too far from everything the big city has to offer.