Mojave National Preserve Area Campgrounds Professional Review and Guide
"Desert landscapes, volcanic cinder cones, pinyon-juniper woodlands, abandoned mines, Native American rock art, and California’s second highest sand dunes provide almost limitless opportunities for exploration in this 1.4 million-acre preserve. Three of North America’s major deserts—the Mojave, Great Basin, and Sonoran—come together in the preserve to form a huge transition zone. As in Death Valley to the north, wildlife is abundant if not always visible.
Campgrounds included in this eTrail are: Owl Canyon, Calico Ghost Town, Afton Canyon, Hole-in-the-Wall, Black Canyon, Mid Hills, and Providence Mountain State Recreation Area."