Mojave River Valley Museum
Mohahve Historical Society
What & Where is the Mojave Desert?
The Mojave Desert occupies a significant portion of Southern California and parts of ...
Geology, flora, fauna, and climate, working together to form the Mojave Desert environment
Desert Wildlife &
Coyotes, snakes, lizards and lots and lots of rats; the plants they eat as well as what eats what and how they
otherwise interact in and have adapted to a severe environment.
Parks & Forests
The national parks we've all heard of such as Death Valley and Joshua Tree. National forests and some not-so-well known
state and county parks that are special.
It was all wilderness once, these are places that have been set aside and the signs of man do not remain.
Geology & Natural Formations
Beautiful and majestic formations and ranges abound in the Mojave desert. What they are and how they were created.
Points of Interest
Places to go, things to see and other destiinations throughout the Mojave Desert.
Regional Map Guide
Interactive index map to the Mojave Desert.
People & History
Histories of the groups and cultures of the Mojave. Summary information on people of influence.
Man has lived in the Mojave for thousands of years and the desert was populated by people who knew how
to live integrally with the land.
Roads and Trails
The trails of then and the corridors of now. Also hiking trails and backroads
Ghost Towns &
Abandoned communities and the gold and silver mines that powered them.
Contemporary towns and cities.
Maps and Satellite Images
Topside & interactive views of the desert.
Aerial, 360 degree and a few other items that deserve their own section.
Dry Lakes (Playas)
Craters & Lava Flow
Natural Arches & Bridges
Views & Vistas
Plant & Animal Guides
Shrubs & Bushes