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The Deserts of California

The deserts of California can be divided into two regions: the Mojave Desert, also known as the "high desert" and the Colorado Desert, a region of the Sonoran Desert also known as the "low desert". There are two desert national parks in California, Death Valley National Park and Joshua Tree National Park. California's largest state park is Anza-Borrego Desert State Park and the East Majave National Reserve is also located in the California Desert. California's deserts are located in portions of Imperial County, Inyo county, Riverside County, San Bernardino County, and San Diego County.
Anza Borrego Desert
Anza Borrego Desert

Barstow, San Bernardino County, California

Death Valley National Park
Death Valley

Desert Hot springs
Desert Hot Springs

Edwards Air Force Base
Edwards AFB

Lake Havasu California Side
Havasu Lake

Joshua Tree National Park
Joshua Tree National Park

Joshua Tree Town
Joshua Tree Town

Lancaster in the Antelope Valley

Palmdale in the Antelope Valley

Palm Springs in Southern California
Palm Springs

Twentynine Palms, California
Twentynine Palms

Desert Regions of California
Information for visitors to the Coachella Valley, the Salton Sea, and other high desert and low desert regions of California. Includes the desert towns of Palm Springs, Rancho Mirage, Joshua Tree, Indio, Lancaster, Palmdale, and other desert communities.

Towns in the California Desert
Blythe, Lancaster, Needles, Palm Springs, Palmdale, Rancho Mirage, and many other desert cities, towns, census designated places, and local communities in California.

Attractions in the California Desert
Information about national parks, state parks, museums, lakes recreational areas, wilderness areas, reserves, preserves, and other attractions in the California desert.

Activities in the California Desert
Some of the most popular activities in the California desert are hiking, rock climbing, wildflower viewing, nature walks.

California Deserts by Name
Includes information about the Colorado Desert, the Mojave Desert, and the Sonoran Desert of California.

Southern California Travel Guide

Natural Attractions in California

All Visitor Attractions in California

See also
California Travel Guide
United States Travel Guide
Pan Amerifcfa Travel Guide

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