Indian Spring Road

Baker, California (San Bernardino County)

Last Updated: 10/27/2020
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Highlight: Indian Spring Road
The Mojave National Preserve was established in 1994 and at 1,542,776 acres is the third-largest National Park. Indian Spring Road follows a narrow corridor bounded on both sides by wilderness areas that restrict vehicles and the MNP to remain in a natural state by minimizing human impact. Indian Spring Road will guide you through these protected areas, with views of surrounding hills while intersecting hiking and horseback trails and passing an abandoned mine a short hike off the road. The road ends at a sandy wash at a beautiful narrow canyon which is the trailhead to a large network of trails in the Lava Cones Cinder Lava Bed area of the MNP. This is an easy road for any skill level but a 4-wheel drive is needed to plow through the deep sandy areas. Dogs are welcome in the MNP but must be kept on a leash.
For individual use only, not to be shared.