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The Visitor Center at Red Rock will be open on Presidents Day – Monday, February 17th 9:30 to 4:30 in addition to our weekend hours (Saturday and Sunday 9:30 to 4:30).

PROTECT RED ROCK CANYON CA STATE PARK

RED ROCK GENERAL PLAN REVISION IS UNDERWAY. The Red Rock Canyon Interpretive Association (RRCIA) strongly supports a General Plan for Red Rock Canyon State Park that offers inspirational public access and enjoyment while ensuring the park and its invaluable resources remain prized and protected for all future generations. It is one of California’s best treasures. GO TO UPDATED GENERAL PLAN UPDATE PAGE for the recent history.  We will post any new information on our home page once we hear from State Parks following the Fall/Winter Submission of Comments from the public.

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Welcome to one of California’s best kept secrets, Red Rock Canyon State Park,  located 125 miles North of Los Angeles, and 25 miles North of Mojave, in California’s Mojave Desert.

Red Rock is 27,000 of the most unique and awe-inspiring scenic acres that elicits a sense of wonder in all who come to visit. We hope you will come to visit the park for yourself and experience the majesty of Red Rock Canyon State Park.

MAILING ADDRESS

Red Rock Canyon Interpretative Association
P.O. Box 2406
Tehachapi, CA 93581

DIRECTIONS

Directions From L.A. and Points South

  • The park is 120 miles north of Los Angeles, via Interstate 5 and Highway 14
  • Take I-5 North
  • Use the right 2 lanes to take exit 162 to merge onto CA-14 N toward Palmdale Lancaster
  • Continue on Highway 14/Midland Trail (25 miles northeast of Mojave)
  • After entering Red Rock Canyon State Park you will see large Red Cliffs on Right hand side of Road
  • Stay in left hand lane
  • Turn left onto Abbott Drive
  • Go west 1/4 mile on Abbott Drive to Visitor Center and Ricardo Campground

Directions From Sacramento and Points North

  • The park 357 miles south of Sacramento, via CA-99, CA-58 E, and the HWY 14/Midland Trail
  • Follow the CA 99, to the CA 58 E. Keep right at the fork and follow signs for Stockdale Highway/Mojave/Tehachapi
  • Take exit 167 for CA-14 toward Bishop/Mojave. Turn left onto CA-14 N/Midland Trail.
  • After entering Red Rock Canyon State Park you will see large Red Cliffs on Right hand side of Road
  • Stay in Left hand lane
  • Turn left onto Abbott Drive
  • Go west 1/4 mile on Abbott Drive to Visitor Center and Ricardo Campground

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