Lower speed limits are temporarily in effect until road damage can be repaired
The Superintendent has temporarily reduced the posted speed limit from 55 mph to 45 mph on all roads within the preserve as road crews work to repair damage from recent heavy rains. Call 760 252-6108 for more information.
Watch for storm damage on all roads
Recent storms have caused flash flooding and damage to roads. Reduce speed and use caution when traveling through the park after storms. Call 760-252-6100 or 760-252-6108 for updates. Check our Current Conditions page for information on specific roads. More »
Looking for fun things to do in the park?
Here's some kid-approved activities to try.
Be a Junior Ranger!
Check out Mojave National Preserve's Junior Ranger Program
Wilderness is Closer Than You Think
Get wild! Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Wilderness Act by becoming a Wilderness Explorer. Download the activity booklet (PDF, 3.84MB) to get started.
Kids for the Climate
These websites offer fun ways to learn about our changing climate and how you can make a difference!
Have fun exploring national parks, monuments, and historic sites across the country. WebRangers is for kids of all ages. Hike virtual trails, play games, and earn rewards, all from your computer!
Did You Know?
Park or preserve? Like other parks with the designation of "national preserve," Mojave National Preserve is managed under the same guidelines as national parks. The main difference is that hunting is allowed in national preserves, but not in national parks.