“The Desert Experience- Like Nothing Else!”
Saddleback Butte, elevation 3,651 feet, is a granite mountaintop that towers some thousand feet above the broad alluvial bottom land of the Antelope Valley about fifteen miles east of Lancaster, on the western edge of the Mojave Desert. The state park surrounding Saddleback Butte was created in 1960 to protect the butte (one of many similar land features in the Antelope Valley) and examples of native Joshua Tree woodlands and other plants and animals that were once common throughout this high desert area.
Great hike from the campground to the top. Easy to follow trail and fun once you get to the rocks. Loose gravel on start for the way down, so take it slow, but not that difficult. Great camp sites with nice sunshade on the sunset sides of the spots. Clean bathrooms, no showers.
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Saddleback Butte State Park
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