4700 Crown Valley Rd.
Ranger Station: (661) 269-1740
Address above is not to be used for mail delivery to members.
Secluded in the high desert country along the Santa Clara Streamway, this 266-acre oasis is surrounded by lush greenery, majestic scenery and towering cottonwood trees. The 60 acres of the streamway traversing the preserve provide ideal nature walk activities. The temperate climate offers year-round fun and activities for all ages. Located only 1 hour from Los Angeles, this preserve offers the perfect stop to visit various Hollywood attractions and major theme parks. We have horseback riding 7 days a week. Come in or call the Welcome Center to make your reservations. Must be 8 years or older to ride.
Campsites: 477 full hookups, 376 power and water only.
Rentals: 59 trailers, 8 Getaway cabins.
Adult center, ballfield, basketball court, country store, family center, horseshoe pits, junior camper club, laundry facilities, mini-golf, playgrounds, restaurant, RV storage, shuffleboard, spa, swimming pools, tennis courts, volleyball court, Wi-Fi access.
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GPS Coordinates: N 34° 27' 4" W 118° 12' 6"; elevation is 2,688 feet.
From Los Angeles: Travel north on I-5 to Hwy. 14, then north on Hwy. 14 to Crown Valley Rd. (23 miles). Exit right on Crown Valley Rd. to the intersection in the old town of Acton (2 miles downhill). Go straight through the stop sign and across the railroad tracks 2.2 miles to the preserve on the left.
From Northern California: Follow I-5 south to Hwy. 14 exit then turn left and head north on Hwy. 14 to Crown Valley Rd. (23 miles). Exit right on Crown Valley Rd. to the intersection in the old town of Acton (2 miles downhill). Go straight through the stop sign and across the railroad tracks 2.2 miles to the preserve on the left.
From Mojave: Take Hwy. 14 west from Mojave through Lancaster and Palmdale. Continue following Hwy. 14 for another 8 miles to the Crown Valley Rd. exit, then downhill 2 miles to the intersection in Acton. Drive straight ahead 2.2 miles to the preserve on the left.
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