Driving between Tehachapi and Bakersfield along Highway 58, you will find yourself visually marking your journey's treck with a Cherry Water Tower which sets north amongst tall palm tree clusters and yellow rose bushes numbering in the thousands.
Willow Springs International Motor sports Park is a 600-acre complex of six racetracks embracing nearly every conceivable motor sports discipline. The park is located about an hour southeast of Tehachapi.
While traveling through California's Mojave Desert why not take a break from your travels and visit the Twenty Mule Team Museum. The Visitor's Information Center offers a wide variety of posters, postcards, rock samples, jewelry and other unique gift items.
The Maturango Museum at 100 E. Las Flores Ave. in Ridgecrest offers exhibit galleries featuring the natural and cultural history of the Upper Mojave Desert and sponsors many programs and tours, including tours to the world-famous Coso petroglyphs.
Discover hidden treasure buried deep in the Mojave Desert is one of the biggest and richest deposits of borax on the planet. You will also find the Borax Visitor Center, one of the best kept secrets of the Southern California desert. Normal hours of operation are seven days a week from 9 a.m…
A great event at the Mojave Air & Spaceport is held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the third Saturday of every month, sponsored by the Mojave Transportation Museum (mojavemuseum.org).
The California Living Museum (CALM) is California's premier native zoo and garden. Located on 14 park-like acres,at 10500 Alfred Harrell Highway, Bakersfield. CALM’s zoo features more than 80 species of medically unreleasable animals.