Mojave Desert Map
Freeways and Highways Map
Interactive map of major transportation corridors in the Mojave Desert
Street Maps & Satellite Images
Maps and satellite images of points of interest and urban areas in the Mojave Desert
Historic Desert Indian Territories
Ecological Subsections in California
What and where is the Mojave Desert?
The geographic areas defined in this section are somewhat broadly defined and may overlap in some cases. The mountain regions making up the border,
are described as subsections within the generalized regions as well as a separate list at the bottom of this page.
This is the more populated section of the California Mojave Desert.
Includes the Antelope Valley, Victor Valley, Barstow area and Mojave River communities as well as the Lucerne Valley.
Includes Morongo Basin communities, Joshua Tree National Park and gold mines and ghost towns.
Northern Mojave Desert communities, parks, landmarks, mountain ranges and attractions north to Bodie Ghost Town and
including Death Valley National Park, Trona Pinnacles, the eastern Sierra Nevada, White Mountains and more...
This region includes what many would consider the deep, true, Mojave Desert. Communities are in most cases sparse, and settlements are sporadic
throughout. The area is more indentifiable as being described by sections between interstates, highways and roads as most names of towns and
features are unfamiliar to the casual traveler.
Mojave National Preserve to the Colorado River, Arizona and more.
Nevada, Red Rock National Conservation Area, Lake Mead, Hoover Dam and more.
The Colorado River runs approximately 1,450 mi (2,330 km) from the western slopes of the Rocky Mountains across the
The Mojave Desert occupies a significant portion of Southern California and parts of Utah, Nevada, and Arizona: