Eddies888Came to visit the ghost town of Caligo and found that it is a deserted town in the United States in ancient times. Wandering around, you can visit various buildings in the town and experience the lifestyle and equipment of the ancient town.
M32***23The first time I came here was recommended by a friend, this place will definitely take longer. We didn't shop around all the shops, only selected a few we wanted to go. Free parking is available in every area. Restaurants, toilets and vending machines are very convenient in every area. Big discount
M32***23I drove from Baker (I15) south to Interstate 40 via Kelso, I camped at Hole In the Wall Campground midweek in late January and it was pretty empty. By Friday morning, others were getting early spots. The campground was well maintained, flat (for tent), picnic bench, and fire ring. There were water spigots and clean pit toilets, Good easy access hiking in the immediate area. There are non developed campsites as well. See their website for more info.At night, the stars gazing is awesome but there is a visible glow from Las Vegas, but you can avoid that if you look south. Lots of 'critters' make their home in the desert, so prepare accordingly. For those with high clearance 4x4's there are many other places to explore. I'm going back!!!
M32***23I had a lovely time at the Desert Discovery Center! It's a small but beautifully maintained museum focusing on local animal and plant species. They are active in maintaining some of the only remaining members of endangered species of fish. There are great educational exhibits and a wonderful garden outside which includes a pond of endagered fish and turtles. The staff, especially Natia, were super helpful and spent a lot of time explaining the exhibits. AND....there's the second biggest meteorite ever found in the USA! An absolute must.
爱耍的周大爷This bottle tree forest is on the road from Los Angeles to Las Vegas. Be sure to get off the highway in the town of Victorville and take Route 66. It’s about 16 kilometers away. It’s not a big place and it’s easy to walk through. . The place is still interesting. It is said that a man named Elmer Lang has been collecting bottles and everything else left in the desert with his father since he was a child. Faced with thousands of glass bottles, he had a sudden inspiration to create The first bottle tree. After that, he created bottle trees with different shapes along the Route 66 in California, USA, and each bottle tree formed a unique bottle forest in the world. No tickets, but it is recommended to put some change in the Tips box!
Todemmy[Scenery] The Big Bear Lake Zoo is located in the Big Bear Lake scenic area at an altitude of 7,000 feet. Many disabled animals are raised here. [Fun] Driving from the foot of the mountain all the way up the mountain, the beautiful scenery outside the mountain is fascinating, and you will pass by Lake Arrowhead along the way. The lake is also very clear. There are not many tourists here, so you can visit if you are interested.