The Singing Dunes of Kelso
The Kelso Dunes consist of 45 square miles of quartz and feldspar located within the Mojave National Preserve. The dune they create a low rumbling unearthly song that can not only be heard, but can also be felt vibrating through the ground.
Kelso Dunes Trail, Baker, CA 92309
Goldstone Deep Space Communications Complex
Goldstone is one of three complexes around the world known as the Deep Space Network (DSN) established to provide the ability to communicate with spacecraft; not only in orbit around the earth, but also in the farther reaches of our solar system. The Deep Space Network complexes, placed 120° apart, provide constant communication with spacecraft as the Earth rotates.In determining the exact position for the site in California, a remote location, free from radio signal interference, was needed. The remote location of the Mojave Desert in California, near the old mining town of Goldstone, was determined to be an optimal location and in 1958 the first antenna was built. Facilities near Madrid, Spain and Canberra, Australia complete the Deep Space Network providing 360 degree coverage for spacecraft tracking. Closed to the public.
93 Goldstone Rd, Fort Irwin, CA
The Desert Oracle
“The Voice of the Desert”. Tune in to the Desert Oracle Podcast for ufo and desert folklore, history, and current events by Ken Layne.
Friday nights at 10 pm., Desert Oracle Radio, KCDZ 107.7 FM on your radio dial. Or stream the program live at z1077fm.com and click "subscribe" for full, free episodes from iTunes.
An alien themed bar and motel. Its not in the Mojave, but we couldn’t resist -
Walk in... Drive in... Fly in...
get to Little A'Le'Inn !!!
ET's & Earthlings
9631 Old Mill Rd, Rachel, NV
UFO Social Club
Are you looking for like-minded individuals? The Yucca Valley UFO Social Club is a club for those interested in the UFO phenomenon. Come for booze, tunes, and esoteric conversation. Disarm all alien implants at the door and tip your bartender well.
Touchdown Bar, 57360 Aviation Dr, Yucca Valley, CA
Goat Mountain and Goat Mountain Astronomical Research Station
Goat Mountain is an isolated rocky formation extending in Landers, California. In addition to panoramic desert views, Goat Mountain has been the site of many alien and ufo sightings.
The Goat Mountain Astronomical Research Station (GMARS) is a public site for amateur to professional astronomers. GMARS is maintained by the Riverside Astronomical Society. Check their website for Star Party events.
34° 17' 26.33" N, 116° 23' 01.77" W
Sky's The Limit Observatory
Sky's The Limit Observatory and Nature Center is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing hands-on learning opportunities. The campus is always open to explore.
QR codes posted around the site, when scanned with a smartphone, will take you to a text or audio explanation of what you are seeing. A volunteer docent is usually on campus on Saturdays from 10 am to 2 pm. Visit their website for more information and events.
9697 Utah Trail, Twentynine Palms, CA 92277