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Just a quick update on my previous review, re: the little nature center / mini-museum which never seemed to be open when we came by. Well we finally got inside and chatted with the ranger, viewed the exhibits - artifacts, rocks, plant matter, etc. (See...More
Our soccer team had a great afternoon/evening at the campgrounds. We didn't stay the night. We ate sm'ores over the campfire and watched a movie that was brought along and projected onto a white signboard at the campground. There was almost no one there while...More
Kids had a good time climbing all the rocks and walking the trail, small visitors center with a few bits of info for the area, fun for a short visit but not a whole lot to do for more then a few hours.
We went to Saddleback Butte State Park in September. The state park was put in place to protect the butte, which is a granite mountaintop, and is 3,651 feet.
We drove the short drive from Lancaster to the state park. It felt so far away,...More
The desert is always full of life and beauty.
Small park with short trails, picnic tables and camping
Dusty, desolate and full of life
Nearby is the Indian Museum and sanctuary church (2 pines for movie buffs)
Average and so glad it's here....More