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Prime Desert Woodland Preserve, Lancaster

(4.5/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
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  • Even on a dreary, overcast, misty, cold day! Saw a few rabbits and hares, a squirrel, and some massive crows or ravens. All among junipers and Joshua Trees. A nice, quiet place right in town. It's gre...  more »
  • Great place to explain to the children why we need to preserve the land and animals. Great path for walking and running. 
  • Is a cute place to exercise it. You can see some animals and vegetation. The interpretation centre is quite complete and they can view and read interesting things, it is ideal for travelling with children and teach them some of the characteristics of the area. I do not recommend it in the summer because there are many areas with shade. Keep in mind that the Park is open every day, but not the interpretation centre. It is free and close when the Sun drops.
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  • Great place to run. Nice easy, flat, well maintained, clean. Lots of big, wild jack rabbits to enjoy along the way. Beautiful.
  • This is a beautiful preserve, full of wild life, desert plants and trails. The trails are well kept and clear. The preserve isn't usually packed but you will see others walking or jogging. Bikes/blades/boards aren't allowed but strollers are welcome. This is a popular place for mom groups to meetup with young children. The preserve also hosts Moon Walks, Bird Walks and informative nature talks, we took our kids to one where they got to get up close with a few desert wildlife and a Ranger. Follow their FB account to see upcoming events. Also, if you are a Pokemon Go player, this place is FULL of stops and a couple gyms :)
  • A nice place and also plenty of poke stops.
  • Peaceful and great way to observe nature.
  • A beautiful patch of native desert in the midst of the city. There are many nature trails and information markers to make the tour interesting. There is an instructional center (built of straw bale construction) and a pavilion available for picnics and group gatherings. Rabbits, lizards, roadrunners and other wildlife are often visible. It's far enough from most major streets to be a quiet, restful walk.