Things to do in

Lucerne Valley

Things to do in

Lucerne Valley

King of the Hammers is an off-road race that combines desert racing and rock crawling. This race is held in February on Means Dry Lake at Johnson Valley, California United States.  Years past the race has seen attendance at about 70,000 people and upcoming years look to be around 200,000.  King of The Hammers race week has expanded from one race, King of The Hammers, held each year on Friday, to a series of 5 races held throughout the week. The races include King of The Motos on Sunday, The KOH UTV Race on Wednesday, The Every Man Challenge Race on Thursday, and a new ULTRA4 vs. Rock Bouncer shootout held on Monday night of race week.

Ride in the Rocks is an event for the whole family. Hard core mountain bikers will be challenged by our “Tuff 15 mile Challenge” course. It contains all of the desert elements, rocks, sand washes, cactus, and Joshua trees. It has light technical portions, climbs and good stretches of down-hill. With temperatures in the 70s to 80s you will enjoy pristine air and clear blue skies.

We still have the “Tame 10 Mile Course” and the “Five Mile Tail Run/Walk” for those who want to enjoy the desert at a slower pace.

Ride in the Rocks takes place in the scenic little town of Lucerne Valley, California. We are located just 30 miles north of Big Bear Lake, and 102 miles northeast of Los Angeles.

Movies In Lucerne Valley— not just Westerns — have used the dry bed lakes and surrounding areas as stand-ins for desolate locales. The area’s cinematic tradition can’t be encapsulated by a single short list of movies. Lucerne Valley, California includes 480 nearby film site permits. Lucerne Valley is a census-designated place located in the Mojave Desert of western San Bernardino County California. 

Lucerne Valley 4th of July Parade- For many, many years, the Lucerne Valley Chamber of Commerce  puts on an annual "4th of July Parade" and celebration each year.    We are the only "4th of July parade" here in the high desert currently and in the past years.    
    The parade is rather large with many participants of horse groups, antique & hot rod cars, floats, bands, and other marching people and things.  It then ends at the local park for a fun end to the parade.

The Lucerne Valley Lions Club operates the only public shooting range in the High Desert and is their primary fundraiser to support their charities.  They are are open to the public on specific days, so please check the schedule and hours of operation when planning a visit.

Wolf Mountain Sanctuary - California Interactive Wolf Educational Tours. We are one of a few sanctuaries where you can touch/interact with a wolf. We are a non-profit 501(c)3 volunteer educational organization dedicated to the preservation and proper management of wolves in the wild and in captivity. Call 760-248-7818

Lucerne Valley Horseback Riding- Is home to a variety of the most fun and entertaining experiences.  Please see our directory to find available times and locations.

Hot Glass Ranch- which also operates under the name Ye Kings Glass, is located in Lucerne Valley, California. This organization primarily operates in the Glassware, Industrial business / industry within the Stone, Clay, Glass, and Concrete Products sector. This organization has been operating for approximately 39 years.

X-Roads BMX- BMX Racing is one of the hottest extreme sports sweeping the nation.  After it’s olyMpic debut in the summer games, it’s never been hotter.  Lucerne Valley has one of the top tracks in the nation.  All ages welcome. Moms, Dads, Brothers and Sisters are out here showing their stuff. Don’t miss out on the action.  FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 760-813-5393

Chimney Rock- The locally famous battle at Chimney Rock near Rabbit Springs in Lucerne Valley is frequently referred to as the last great battle between the native tribes and the settlers.

Rocketry Organization of Southern California- Our launch site is located on Lucerne Dry Lake, north of the town of Lucerne Valley and east of Victorville, at an altitude of 2848 feet (870m) above sea level, somewhere in the middle of the Mojave Desert.   ROC membership allows you to fly at all of our launches without paying the daily launch fees, and a few other membership benefits. 

Frontier Day- A watermelon eating contest, chili cook-off and live music are just a few of the activities scheduled for Frontier Day. Hosted by the Lucerne Valley Chamber of Commerce, this fun filled event is a great way to time to spend with the family.  

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