George R. Bones Wildlife Sanctuary (commonly known as Desert Pines Sanctuary) is a small, 99-acre reserve in the far northwest of Los Angeles County. This beautiful sanctuary is located on the edge of the Mojave Desert, immediately north of the LIebre Mountains, and several miles west of the Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve. Its distinctive gray pines, Joshua Trees, and diverse flora make this a beautiful and untouched natural wonder!

County Operated Facility
Address: Intersection West Avenue G & 205th Street West Lancaster CA 93536
Website: http://parks.lacounty.gov/george-r-bones-wildlife-sanctuary
Hours: Sunrise to Sunset
Phones: General: (661) 944-6881
Park Things to Do:
  • Family Field Trips
  • Hiking
  • Nature and Plant Walks

Programs

Plein Air Painting

Painting at Sanctuaries

Ages: 9 to 80
Days: 2 times/yr
Fee: $0 per Person/Session