Located at the end of eastern Antelope Valley and near the western border of San Bernardino County, EM2727 curves through a low-lying Mojave Desert basin that collects the runoff from the surrounding hills leaving several sandy washes. With a bit of a height, Rosamond Lake bed, inside Edwards AFB, can be seen in the west. A wonderful location to enjoy this remote and quiet desert area.
This trail, located in the El Mirage Subregion, is in a designated Limited Use Area requiring vehicles to stay on the trails. Dispersed camping is available anywhere along the trail when meeting the BLM Dispersed Camping Requirements. During the summer fire season, campfires may be restricted, and if planning to camp, one should review the current BLM Campire Restrictions.
EM2727 is an easy, generally flat sandy trail requiring only a high clearance two-wheel drive vehicle.
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