Published: Tuesday, 10 April 2012 17:29
As we gear-up for Moose Anderson Day and the ribbon cutting of our new building expansion we’d like to remind area riders that you no longer have to choose between camping out in the desert heat or the long drive in from Mojave. The new Best Western Hotel has opened in California City proper, a mere 15 miles from the Jawbone Canyon station!
Read more: New Hotel in California City Offers Easy Access to Jawbone!
Published: Thursday, 02 February 2012 17:38
Local law enforcement officers are making sure that everyone stays on designated trails. Rangers and deputies are issuing tickets without warnings to people who are not riding on the designated open trails.
When a trail is not signed as a designated open OHV trail, it is closed to all motor vehicles. Only trails with OHV route signs are open for OHV use.
Trails that are signed as closed or barricaded with posts are closed. Do not on that trail. It is your responsible to know how trails are marked and to stay on a designated trail at all times. The use of closed roads poses numerous hazards for motor vehicles, and needlessly damages sensitive natural and cultural resources. Local law enforcement will not tolerate anyone on closed trails.
For maps and information on the designated trails in the greater Jawbone area, please visit or contact the Jawbone Station Visitors Center.