East Mojave Cultural and Natural Resources

Status since the passage of the California Desert Protection Act of 31 October 1994

To protect and preserve historical and cultural values of the California desert associated with patterns of western exploration and settlement, and sites exemplifying the mining, ranching and railroading history of the Old West.



  • Broadwell Mesa Arch access
  • Carruthers Canyon access
  • Cow Cove access
  • East Mojave Heritage Trail (2nd, 3rd, 4th Segments)
  • Fort Piute access
  • Government Holes corral (Hackberry Complex Fire)
  • Rock Spring access


  • 14 Routes of Travel
  • 38 Desert Bighorn Sheep (Old Dad Mountain, 1995)
  • 96 Clark Mountain Wild Burros
  • 125 Water Sources
  • 4,000 Wild Burros (total)
  • 8,600 Mining Claims
  • 70,736 acres to Hackberry Complex Fire (June 2005)
  • 133,292 acres of private land (as of October 2001)
  • Amboy Post Office
  • AT&T Transcontinental Underground Cable
  • Barnett Mine (Hackberry Complex Fire)
  • Bob Hollimon Cabin (Hackberry Complex Fire)
  • Cima Cinder Mine
  • Cima Post Office
  • Essex Post Office
  • Essex School
  • Goffs Water Tower
  • Goffs Historic Corrals
  • Granite Mountains Cattle Ranch Enterprise
  • Kessler Springs Cattle Ranch Enterprise
  • Lazy Daisy Cattle Ranch Enterprise
  • Mojave Phone Booth
  • Mojave Road Bus
  • OX Cattle Ranch Enterprise
  • Pettit Well Corral (Hackberry Complex Fire)
  • Round Valley Ranch (Hackberry Complex Fire)
  • Valley View Cattle Ranch Enterprise
  • White Ranch
  • White Rock Tank Corral
  • Wild Horses (unknown number)
  • Winkler's Cabin (Hackberry Complex Fire)


Last updated on 29 May 2018

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