In the westernmost region of the great Mojave Desert lies an oasis known as the Antelope Valley. Nestled between the Tehachapi Mountains and the San Gabriel Mountains, the Antelope Valley was originally used as an Indian trade route between Arizona and New Mexico to the California coast. The area was used as hunting grounds for antelope and as an escape route for prowling bandits.
The communities of the high desert offer an abundance of recreational activities, great school systems, stunning vistas with beautiful scenic sunrises and sunsets, clean air and an easy lifestyle. Housing opportunities include a vast and varied selection of homes, ranches, farms, condominiums, horse property and grand estates in all price ranges and architectural styles. Part of the wonderful features in and around the Antelope Valley are the vast desert parks and recreation. For additional information regarding these areas of interest please click on the following links:
Antelope Valley Indian Museum SHP
California State Parks
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