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Tips van locals
its been around since the 1800's. Used to be a oil mining town. It's a ghost town now with hiking trails but you have to park your car and walk.
This well-preserved ghost town is the site of Southern California’s first commercial oil well. You'll find a movie set and it's a great spot for walking, hiking and picnicking. Ample free street parking. Or $5 paid parking.
Andere aanbevelingen van locals
“This is a great place to go for a hike and enjoy the beautiful scenery of the unique rock formations. Many famous artist have filmed here like Michael Jackson and others!”
- Door 9 locals aangeraden
“Stop by this historic restaurant serving up great food in a friendly biker bar atmosphere. ”
- Door 4 locals aangeraden
“Now, if you’re in Palmdale between February and May you simply have to come to this natural reserve 30 minutes northwest of the city. Poppies are the California state flower and for a few short months whole fields of them are in bloom, adding a Technicolor tint to the otherwise stark desert scenery. The sight is absolutely breathtaking and you’ll come away with photos to be proud of. Visitors can stroll along seven miles of trails, a portion of which have been paved to provide access for wheelchair users.”
- Door 12 locals aangeraden
“Interesting rock formations. Nature center. Various levels of hiking trails.”
- Door 5 locals aangeraden