Imperial Sand Dunes Cahuilla Ranger Station, Niland

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  • This this the biggest and best sandbox in the country. Wether 1 day or 1 week you can find your adventure here.  more »
  • These sand dunes was a highlight of our trip. On the highway horizon suddenly looking a little Sahara, the Highway passes directly, there is a beautiful vantage point, which puts on the Crown the whole spectacle. It was an absolute feeling suddenly in the finest sand and the dunes and that in an area where we could admire relatively much vegetation North and South of it to stand. CONCLUSION: this great spot Earth West of California, then a mass mob would be there and there would be 10,000 reviews, it is still a well-kept secret, except for the numerous motor sport fans, who had their great joy in the sand ;-) Would we travel to extra to see that? WITH SAFETY!
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  • Returning next month for the (I've lost count how many times I've been there) umpteenth time. Best place on earth to ride quads but please respect nature and take care of it for future generations. Le...  more »
  • A must see! Hot hot hot but amazing place
  • Beautiful sand dunes near Salton Sea. Do remember to bring LOTS of water if you decide to visit in summer. Temperature can climb up to 130F+ during the day and remain around 90F during night time.
  • The BLM is ruining Glamis with heavy handed tactics that are better served in a war zone. Not a place where families go to get away from the grind. BLM sucks.
  • Been coming here since the 80's, thing have sure changed. But the dunes are always worth the trip.
  • Nice sand dunes, very basic bathroom