The Mojave National Preserve is managed by the National Park Service, and was established by Congress under the California Desert Protection Act of 1994.  The Preserve's 1.6 million acres provide opportunities for wildlife viewing, hiking, camping, 4x4 vehicle touring, photography, astronomy and simply enjoying quiet desert solitude.

You can find more information about the Preserve at the National Park Service's official website.

To explore our library of images of the Preserve, check out our "Views of the Preserve" page.