Serving the Morongo Basin - Morongo Valley, Yucca Valley, Joshua Tree, 29 Palms.
Encompassing 20,106 square miles, San Bernardino County is the largest county in the
Morongo Valley Demographics on San Bernardino County Site
More Demographics on Wikipedia
IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS
Citizens on Patrol needs volunteers
For more information, contact the San Bernardino County sheriff's department at 366-4175
Things to do in the
Palm Springs area.
Dates for the 2016 Hwy 62 Open Studio Art Tours are:
October 15-16th and October 22-23rd
The Hwy 62 Open Studios Art Tour, sponsored by the Morongo Basin Cultural Arts Council, is an annual gathering in October over the course of two weekends of artists living in the Morongo Basin who open their studios to showcase their art and share their creative process with the public. Visitors create their own self-guided tour using the printed catalog to map their way through the open studios.
Call for Artists
Are you an artist living in the Morongo Basin looking to be a part of this year's Art Tours?
Click HERE to find out how to participate.
Sand to Snow National Monument
Encompassing 154,000 acres, including just over 100,000 acres of already congressionally-designated Wilderness, Sand to Snow National Monument is an ecological and cultural treasure and one of the most biodiverse areas in southern California, supporting more than 240 species of birds and 12 threatened and endangered wildlife species.
Home to the region's tallest alpine mountain that rises from the floor of the Sonoran Desert, the monument also will protect sacred, archaeological and cultural sites, including an estimated 1,700 Native American petroglyphs. Featuring 30 miles of the world famous Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail, the area is a favorite for camping, hiking, hunting, horseback riding, photography, wildlife viewing, and even skiing.
Sand to Snow National Monument boasts the tallest mountain in Southern California. The 11,500-foot San Gorgonio Mountain rises from the Sonoran Desert floor.
The new national monument, is diverse terrain: It includes a range from "lowland deserts, fresh water marshes, and Mojave riparian forests, to creosote bush scrub ecosystems, and alpine peaks."
An estimated 1,700 Native American petroglyphs (carved art on rock faces) will be protected as a result of the new designation.
Sand to Snow National Monument is also home to more than 240 species of bird.
|Monument Bar & Grill|
Award Winning Chili!
49827 29 Palms Hwy
760 363 9988
Kitchen Open 11 am - 9 pm
|Morongo Valley Cafe - Breakfast|
760 363 6939
49780 29 Palms Hwy
Open 6am - 2pm 7 days
|Village Food Mart & Deli - Daily Specials|
760 363 7300 - 49727 29 Palms Hwy
|Willie Boys Dance hall And Saloon - |
(760) 363-3343 - 50048 29 Palms Hwy