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Bonanza Springs Watchable Wildlife Area

Bonanza Springs Watchable Wildlife Area
Phone:
Address:

Bureau of Land Management Needles Field Office Needles, CA 92363

Latitude/Longitude:
34.675669, -115.398064
Directions:

From Needles, CA, take I-40 west approx. 25 miles to the Mountain Springs Road exit. Exit south and take National Trails Highway west approx. 22 miles to BLM Route NS206. Turn right on NS206 and drive approx. 3 miles. An informational kiosk will be on your right hand side.

BIKING
CAMPING
ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION
HIKING
HORSEBACK RIDING
HUNTING
PHOTOGRAPHY
WILDLIFE VIEWING

Bonanza Springs Watchable Wildlife Area

This is one of the few natural watering areas for wildlife within the Mojave Desert. It is tucked into a beautiful, small canyon of yellow and white limestone. Visitors are asked to minimize their stays near the water and to use the adjacent viewing areas, which have picnic tables and fire pits. Dispersed camping accommodations area available downstream for larger groups.