Riverside County

Riverside County


Andy Jackson Airpark

If you are looking to soar among the clouds, then paragliding or hang gliding at Andy Jackson Airpark (AJX) might be for you. AJX is the center of operations for the Crestline Soaring Society flying club. It includes parking, glider storage, portable toilets, a landing zone, and training hills for hang gliding and paragliding.

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Chiriaco Summit Dry Camp Area

This Chiriaco Summit Dry Camp area is perfect for any Van or RV nomad looking for a free place to stay while visiting Joshua Tree or traveling thru. The campground is located behind the General Patton Museum which has military tanks to explore. It provides anyone with a short reprieve from traveling.

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Lake Skinner Recreation Area

Lake Skinner Recreation Area is located in the rolling hills of Winchester, CA. It offers visitors expansive natural vistas and invigorating recreational opportunities, including a picnicking, splash pad, hiking, horseback riding, sailing, and fishing. It also has a good campground located at the park or few campgrounds located in the local vicinity.

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Palm Springs Aerial Tramway

The Palm Springs Aerial Tramway is a great way to beat the heat of Palm Springs and spend time in the mountains. The tram takes you up to Mt. San Jacinto State Park (8,516 feet), where there are plenty of hiking trails and campgrounds you can enjoy. It makes a great place for any van or RV nomad to spend the day exploring the wilderness.

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Skydive Perris

Skydive Perris is a fun place to visit for any van lifer looking to jump out or watch other jump out of a perfectly good airplane. As one of the biggest skydive center in southern California, Skydive Perris offers everything from actual skydiving lessons, indoor skydiving, cafe, and much more.

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Whitewater Preserve

The Whitewater Preserve is a great place to visit if you are traveling through the Palm Springs and Joshua Tree areas. The preserve has the Whitewater River which runs year-round going through it which supplies water to its pools. The canyon has a robust population of bighorn sheep, deer, bears, and is an important wildlife corridor between the San Bernardino and San Jacinto Mountains.

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