Prime Desert Woodland Preserve, Lancaster

4.6
#3 of 7 in Parks in Lancaster
Hiking Trail · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
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Prime Desert Woodland Preserve reviews

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4.6
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  • This is a hidden gem of a park. If you love to walk then I highly recommend this area to spend some time at. The only downside is the hours of operation which is very limited. If you look around you.....  more »
  • Went to visit the Elyze Clifford interpretive center but found it closed with very limited visiting hours. However, the nature preserve which surrounds this building was open and inviting. We...  more »
  • This is a nice place to walk and explore...lots of animals and nature to observe... enjoyable place to go for a walk  more »
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  • Beautiful little park in the middle of the neighborhood. Great place to go for an early morning run/walk. The animals are all milking about around that time. Be careful as it is a preserve there are LOTS of ants, just step over their trails and you will be fine. Bring plenty of water!
  • My favorite is when I can go walk here and not see anyone else. Because you know, seeing other people gets old. Love the rabbits and crows though. And the Joshua trees and the junipers and the ants.
  • Our first time here.... after living in the Antelope Valley for years! Nice way to get in a good walk if you haven’t been doing many physical things except sitting behind a desk 8+ hours per day. LOL. Going there for your walk will help build endurance. Would have given this a 5 but... stopped in the visitor center and the young gal in the center said “Hi!”. And then the entire time we were there she was talking on her phone... a personal call... loud.... so it was very distracting as we viewed the displays. I actually had a question or two but was getting increasingly frustrated with hearing her entire conversation I knew I wouldn’t come across in the right way. Whether she’s a volunteer or getting paid.... visitors should have been more important than that phone call.
  • It's a lovely place to visit and walk. If you make all left turns you walk the entire park. There are small wooden bridge's and many post to explain what you are seeing on you walk. The walk is two miles with benches for those that need to stop and rest or just enjoy the scenery. Many small criters and birds to keep you busy. Theres a small museum. In December their's an adorable light show and music.
  • Great time. Plenty of beautiful plants growing in the area. Friendly rabbits and squirrels wandering around. My Wife and I even got to meet a family of coyotes.

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