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Mojave National Preserve is a National park in the Mojave Desert of San Bernardino County, California. It is situated between Los Angeles and Las Vegas. With the passage of the California Desert Protection Act by the U.S. Congress, this Preserve was formed in October 1994. Mojave National Preserve features serenity and seclusion from city rush & noise. The Mojave has an expanse of 1.6 acres featuring cinder cone volcanoes, sand-dunes, wildflower fields, and big Joshua Tree forests.
This Preserve has numerous maintained trails and miles of old roads and wilderness as well that you can explore, including the Teutonia Peak Trail, Rings Loop Trails, Kelso Loop Trails, & others. Also, Mojave is a campers' paradise that offers developed campgrounds, roadside camping, and backpacking activities for individuals and groups of varied ages, interests, and skills. Here, pets must be on a leash not longer than six feet, and also, they must not be left unattended. Further, Despite being magnificent, the desert environment can be harsh & even deadly. It's good to keep an ample supply of water with yourself on your visit.
Hours : Open 24 hours from Sun to Sat
Entry : Free