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Phone
Phone:
760-384-5400
Address
Jawbone Canyon Road
Basics
Location:
20 miles north of Mojave
Length:
Hundreds of miles of trails
Difficulty:
Beginner,
Intermediate,
Difficult
Time:
3+ hours

Description

No less than 7,000 acres of land are open for your off-road exploration here, and hundreds of miles of trails. Start from the Jawbone Canyon and ride out over the desert.

This OHV Area is one of two with the Jawbone-Butterbredt Area, which is protected. You can ride anywhere you like within the Jawbone OHV, but keep an eye out for signs, so you don't wander into the protected area.

Location:
20 miles north of Mojave
Setting:
Desert
Length:
Hundreds of miles of trails
This is an area, not a trail, so you can explore as much or little as you'd like.
Difficulty:
Beginner
Intermediate
Difficult
Time:
3+ hours
Camping Info
Primitive camping available
Basic Directions
This OHV area is off SH 14.
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