This unique location offers one of the only places in the high desert to view hundreds of animal and plant species with just a short walk through the Park.
October is the time for migration for many birds all over the country and large flocks of birds will be filling the skies over Southern California. Migrating birds have a long way journey as they make their way to Mexico and further South. Mojave Narrows Regional Park has been deemed, by many of these birds, to be the perfect place to stop for a few days rest.
Park Entrance Fees
Monday - Fridays (excluding holidays and special events) $8.00
Weekends and Holidays (excluding special events) $10.00
$1.00/dog. Must be on 6' leash at all times.
The place is a very popular spot for shows and gatherings for those who live in and near the desert so it is advised to get there as early as possible for bird watching. Arriving as soon as the park opens, allows for a chance to see many of these birds and we spent our Sunday Morning walking the park and admiring all there was to see.