Desert Edge is a census-designated place in Riverside County, California, United States. Desert Edge sits at an elevation of 994 feet (303 m). The 2010 United States census reported Desert Edge's population was 3,822.
2005 Forest River Georgetown
Palm Desert, California
2014 Fleetwood TIOGA RANGER 31M
Class C Coachmen Leprechaun
Palm Springs, CALIFORNIA
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Mighway, by TH2, allows you to rent your vehicle to discerning travellers when you’re not on the road, earning money and sharing the experience. At Mighway, you choose your level of service and we take good care of the rest. That means comprehensive insurance coverage, customer vetting, security deposits, payment processing and round the clock customer support for renters. It’s a bit like renting out a vacation home, with Mighway beside you all the way.LEARN MORE
The botanical gardens of this park offer great opportunities to see desert vegetation.
The World's Biggest Dinosaurs™ museum is an educational adventure featuring work from scientists around the world. Our desire is to help the young and old explore what is known and not known about dinosaurs, man and the creation of the world in a practical, factual and fun way. Mr. Rex's museum will fascinate the young and adult with interesting information on the origins of dinosaurs and man. The T-Rex Museum was built nearly 30 years ago and towers 4 stories. Adults and children can make the climb to the top for a magnificent view out Mr. Rex's teeth. From the Interstate Highway, the uncommon view of two giant dinosaurs, on an arid plain surrounded by mountains, is an irresistible magnet. But tourists are not the only ones compelled to stop. Well within a convenient day-drive of the Los Angeles sphere, the Cabazon Dinosaurs are media darlings appearing often in commercials, music videos, film and print ads. The dinosaurs were built over 30 years ago. The apatosaurus (formely known as the brontosaurus) took eleven years to build and is the biggest dinosaur in the world. The belly of Dinny hosts an awesome store with something for everyone. The T-Rex, affectionately known as "Mr. Rex", took seven years to build.
The Hauser Geode Beds are located south west of Blythe off of Interstate 10 and then Wiley's Well Road South. It takes about 1 hour from Blythe to get there. About 30 minutes on paved road and then 30 minutes on dirt road. Known to rock hounds for many years, the Hauser geode beds have produced some very beautiful geodes of varied types. Some geodes are lined with amethyst crystals, others have white or black calcite crystals . A geode is a sphere shaped rock which contains a hollow cavity lined with crystals. A geode which is completely filled with small compact crystal formations such as agate or jasper is called a nodule or Thunder Egg. The Hauser Geode Beds were discovered in 1937 by Joel Hauser, a Blythe Native. As there were no roads in the Black Hills area, Mr. Hauser used his Model A Ford that he paid $37.50 for to explore this region. One day while trying to drive around the Black Hills the Hauser beds was discovered. There are several areas to find geodes in, the Hauser beds, the Straw beds and the Potato Patch, for details on exact locations see the maps.
Rice became noted for its Rice Shoe Tree, a lone tamarisk on a turnout just south of the highway. For reasons unknown, it became customary for travelers on Highway 62 (also known as Rice Road) to and from the Colorado River to hang an old shoe on the tree's branches. The tree was featured on California's Gold, a PBS program hosted by Huell Howser. The tree burned to the ground in 2003 in a fire of suspicious origin, after which a 'shoe garden' replaced it; a fence on which people hang shoes instead. Travelers still stop to spell their names on the nearby Arizona and California Railroad right-of-way with the multi-colored volcanic rock used as ballast. Hand-assembled graffiti lines the railroad for the entire distance that it parallels Highway 62.
Located just 10 miles from Palm Springs, and 25 minutes to the entrance of Joshua Tree National Park you are minutes to all of the major attractions. Enjoy sweeping desert and mountain views while you relax in the healing waters of one of three naturally hot spring-fed mineral water spas, or our swimming pool that is 89 degrees year round. All RV sites are full hook-ups, or enjoy one of the new tent sites or deluxe cabins. Your warm winter weather, southern California destination awaits!Visit Palm Springs / Joshua Tree KOA
Sam's Family Spa Hot Water Resort was built in 1971 on over 50 acres of selected desert property with underground hot mineral water springs. Our therapeutic pools are partially enclosed and are naturally heated by hot mineral water pumped from three underground wells which are constantly flowing through the pools. Our wells are approximately 105 to 140 degrees and between 265 and 300 feet deep. Soak for a while and then kick back and feel the heat of our dry sauna. Now "this" is family relaxation at it's finest! Travel trailers, tents, motor-homes, campers and fifth wheels all are welcome here. We even have motel rooms for those who prefer not to camp and we have Wi-Fi!Visit Sam's Family Spa Hot Water Resort
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