Mojave Narrows Regional Park is a refreshing oasis in the desert.

Located in Victorville, California, Mojave Narrows is known and loved by locals but is tucked away off the beaten path so you won’t just “happen by it”.

However, if you are looking for a place for RV camping, fishing, horseback riding, a great playground for the kids, or all of the above, the Mojave Narrows Regional Park is what you are looking for.

START HERE: Check out this short video of Mojave Narrows, and get a look for yourself.

(Thanks to Travel Small Live Big for the video)

Mojave Narrows Location & Directions:

The address for Mojave Narrows Regional Park is: 18000 Yates Road Victorville CA 92392

Mojave Narrows Map From the 15 Freeway, exit on Bear Valley Road and head East for approximately 5 miles. Then turn left on Ridgecrest Road. Head straight back for about 1 mile and as the road curves right it turns into Yates Rd.

You will see obvious signs for Mojave Narrows Regional Park which will be on the left. The park is centrally located in the Victor Valley and, while it is secluded and private, it still has plenty of easy access to every kind of convenience within just a few miles.

Grocery stores, laundry mats, gas stations, and restaurants are a short drive away. 

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Mojave Narrows Fishing & Lakes:

Mojave Narrows Overhead There are two lakes within the Mojave Narrows Regional Park, Horseshoe and Pelican Lakes. Boats are not allowed on either lake, unless it is rented through them. Horseshoe Lake is the larger lake and is closest to the campground area. It is beautiful and has an island in the middle. The local wildlife loves the area.

There are plenty of campsites that back up right to the water which makes fishing from your spot a real joy and convenience. Pelican Lake is the smaller lake and is just a short walk from the campsites. There is a bridge at one end to allow you to cross easily to the far shoreline and pick your favorite fishing spot.

Fishing Hours:
  • Summer
    • 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday
    • 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Friday through Sunday
  • Winter
    • 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m./dusk Monday through Sunday

Fishing: Both lakes are regularly stocked. If you would like to see the most recent fish stocking schedule click here. For the most recent fishing report for Mojave Narrows, and other High Desert Lakes click here.

Don’t forget your fishing poletackle box – and bait.

If you are looking for a trout fishing advantage, we’ve heard that Lip Ripperz Hatchery Dust is amazing! Just roll it onto any powerbait, and get ready for some trout action!

 Also, you will need a good fishing chair – check out this great combination folding fishing seat, backpack, and built-in’s super portable and frees up your hands to carry your gear.

Mojave Narrows Camping:

Mojave Narrows Campsites

Mojave Narrows Amenities:

  • Hot showers/restrooms
  • Grills & fire rings
  • Dump station
  • Four large group shelters
  • One medium group shelter
  • One small group shelter 
  • Barbecue grills
  • Open picnic areas
  • Playground
  • Zero depth water play park
  • Walking/hiking trails
  • Equestrian trails
  • Disc Golf 

Don’t forget your camping gear.

Mojave Narrows Train Tracks:

Advisory: If you are bothered by trains when you are camping nearby, then you should avoid Mojave Narrows. The train tracks run right behind the campsites on a regular basis throughout the day and night.

Mojave Narrows COFFEE:

Of course, we can’t let you go until we give the lowdown on the coffee situation. There is not anywhere on the Mojave Narrows property that serves coffee. So here are your options:

Here is a tutorial on how to brew the best camping coffee on your own.

  •  If you are looking for a Coffee House nearby, there are really only Starbucks around the area.

The nearest one is Inside the Vons grocery store at: 12199 Hesperia Rd, Victorville, CA 92395

We hope that his Mojave Narrows Regional Park review has been helpful.

May your travel be safe, and your cup always full” ~ Daren & Dana


  1. Hey ~ very cool to see my video on your website / blog. Would LOVE to have a little support in having our channel name linked or a bit of “hey thanks for the video Travel Small Live Big”. I am the “start here” video. Thanks for sharing my video! Heather of “Travel Small Live Big”


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