Mojave National Preserve

Mojave National Preserve covers more than 1.5 million acres between Las Vegas and Los Angeles. It is a mysterious place with long-abandoned mines, singing sand dunes, and deserted homesteads that may seem out of place in the Southern California landscape. If you choose to visit Mojave National Preserve, you will also discover a seasonally changing environment that is fun to explore. Pack up your RV and head that way as soon as possible. 

Where to Stay

RV Parks & Campgrounds Near Mojave National Preserve

There are many miles of paved and compacted gravel roads running through Mojave National Preserve, so it is easy to get around most of this location in an RV. The preserve’s two campgrounds are great places to camp. If you do not have an RV, rent one on RVshare.com. You will love the easy terms for the rental equipment and the various choices available. 

RV Rentals Near Mojave National Preserve

Things to Do

Things To Do Near Mojave National Preserve

You will want to explore many magical places at Mojave National Preserve, like the Lava Tube, which leads to a three-room cave. The 140-mile-long Mojave Road running between the Colorado River at Arizona’s border and the Mojave River in California is a fantastic place to go off-roading. The 45-square-mile Kelso Sand Dunes is an excellent spot to play in the sand. You will experience many unique photo opportunities throughout this park because of the wide variety of plants and wildlife. 

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How To Get To Mojave National Preserve

It is incredibly easy to get to Mojave National Preserve from Los Angeles. Take Interstate 10 East until you get to Interstate 15. Take that highway north to exit 246 for CA-127/Kelbaker Road toward Death Valley. Turn right on Kelbaker Road, and you will arrive at your destination when you get to Kelso Cima Road. Once you visit the depot visitors center, they can direct you to other areas of the preserve that are perfect for you. 


90942 Kelso Cima Road, Kelso, California 92309

Fee: Entry fee $0

Mojave National Preserve offers a fantastic variety of things to do, including hiking, exploring sand dunes, and investigating a lava tube. You can easily find isolated locations to explore. The visitors center in Kelso, California, is a fantastic place to get information about the park. Explore it for yourself by bringing your RV to Mojave National Preserve, where you can camp in two well-equipped campgrounds. These campgrounds and other nearby choices are terrific places to camp while exploring the entire San Bernardino Valley.

If you do not have an RV, you can find one at RVshare.com as they have various sizes available, and their renter’s agreement is easy to understand. Roadside assistance is always available in the unlikely event that something goes wrong. Get an RV and get on the road to explore Mojave National Preserve today.