Mojave National Preserve
Mojave National Preserve protects 1.6 million
acres of diverse desert landscape, supporting
many ecologically significant plants and animals.
Sand dunes, ghost towns, volcanic cinder cones,
historic mines, mesas, railroads, ancient trails,
and mile-high mountains define Mojave's
age and character.
Explore the park safely. Few facilities and services
are available withing the preserve's boundaries;
water is scarce and there are no restaurants or
gas stations. Enjoy your visit, but be prepared for
the climate extremes of this desert environment.