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When traveling through the Death Valley area consider visiting beautiful China Ranch, near Tecopa California. China Ranch is a family owned and operated small farm, a lush piece of greenery amidst the forbidding Mojave Desert near Southern Death...more
This little date farm is tucked in a gypsum canyon and getting there is an adventure straight out of "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade"! I was in a small car. Just drive carefully, and you will be totally fine (unless it's rainy/been raining, then,...More
Located just outside of the town of Tecopa. The road is gravel, narrow and goes down into a lush oasis where the farm is located. There is no cell service. Smaller RVs might be able to drive down slowly and there is a large parking...More
This was a very unusual place . An oasis of seven streams the allow the growing of a wondrous assortment of dates that I haven’t see since hippy days in Morocco. Way out of the way and out of time . A crazy looking drive...More
You enter by means of a road descending through a gray mud hill canyon and then the green spot in the desert comes into view. Once at the ranch you will find a gift shop with date and date products for sale. The ranch also...More
My mom had been here over 20 yrs ago with a tour group and thought my 10 yr old and i would enjoy a date trip to visit. We arrived from Las Vegas and the drive through the empty mountains and desert was beautiful and...More
The road in & out can be exciting. The place is full of history and now some great date palms. Go for a hike around the place while you are there. Sample the dates & buy your favorites.
They are expanding and adding more trails...More
No elevators, but really not to many stairs that can't be avoided. Make sure if you have a wheelchair involved it can handle gravel well enough because the road/paths are mainly gravel and dirt. If you park on the lower... More
No elevators, but really not to many stairs that can't be avoided. Make sure if you have a wheelchair involved it can handle gravel well enough because the road/paths are mainly gravel and dirt. If you park on the lower side of the gift shop follow the gravel road to the other side and you can get in without stairs.