In collaboration with the County Project and Facilities Management Division, Mojave Narrows has completed Phase I of a two-phase project aimed at improving accessibility and enjoyment of camping with the construction of two dry tent sites. Each site is complete with ADA accessible parking, a barbecue, a picnic table, waste & recycling receptacle and a fire pit.

Each campsite required modifications to the existing grade and pushing the campsite space out to accommodate the expanded 1,463 square feet of dedicated accessible camp area on the Westside of Horseshoe Lake. 

This is the first phase of the overall vision to remove barriers at Mojave Narrows Regional Park, giving access to all who wish to step into the great outdoors and enjoy the splendor of camping and fishing. 

The first phase of this project was one of four Regional Parks projects funded through the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program for the 2022-2023 fiscal year (FY 22/23), allocating a total project cost of $410,253.00 from the CBDG funds. 

The Dry Campsite Path of Travel project was completed on April 25, 2023. 

The second phase will consist of a new accessible combination shower and restroom facility with ADA parking directly across from the two new ADA dry campsites. The timeline for Phase II is yet to be determined.

For more information on the project, email or call 909.387-2757.

ADA Dry Campsite Area

A Google satellite map indicating where the ADA campsites are located around Horseshoe Lake.