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Johnson Valley, California

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Johnson Valley is a small unincorporated community in San Bernardino County in Southern California between the Victor Valley and Morongo Basin areas of the High Desert region of California. It is located north of Highway 247 in the Mojave Desert, and north by northwest of Yucca Valley. It is bordered by the San Bernardino Mountains to the south, Lucerne Valley to the west, and Landers to the east.

Geographically, Johnson Valley is the East Portion of Lucerne Valley (referring to the geographical valley formation rather than the unincorporated town), opening up to the Homestead Valley in the Southeast to the communities of Flamingo Heights, Landers and Yucca Valley.

Mid-Summer Johnson Valley sunset.
Mid-Summer Johnson Valley sunset.

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Defined as a ZCTA (Zip-Code Tabulation Area, 92285), the combined population of Landers plus Johnson Valley (which share the zip code) is approximately 2,200 residents as of 2013.[1]

Points of interest

Johnson Valley, famous for the Chemihuevi Native Indian "Willie Boy" incident in 1909, [2] is home to historical desert areas such as Rock Corral and a number of indigenous petroglyphic sites in the northernmost areas of Chaparral Desert landscapes south of Pisgah Crater. Johnson Valley is bordered by Landers, California to its South, and is the gateway to Big Bear Lake, California to its southwest.

Old Woman Springs Ridge, Johnson Valley California
Old Woman Springs Ridge, Johnson Valley California
Civil twilight just after sunset in Johnson Valley, California
Civil twilight just after sunset in Johnson Valley, California


Johnson Valley OHV (Off Highway Vehicle) Area is a tract of BLM managed land set aside for recreational use by residents and off-highway enthusiasts. The OHV Area is bordered by Interstate 40 at its northernmost point, at Highway 247's northern leg to Barstow at its western border, and at Emerson Dry Lake/US Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center at its easternmost border. Off-Road Enthusiasts participate in a course known as "The Hammers", a triangular off-road track at Bessemer Mine Road at the southern point of Soggy Lake. King of the Hammers, an off-road desert race, utilizes trails found in "The Hammers". Expansion plans of the US Marine Corps AGCC Base plan to annex parts of the Off-Highway Area that threaten to permanently close access to the track.


  1. ^ US Census FactFinder application, using 92285 as a search term. Accessed June 6, 2010.
  2. ^ "The Willie Boy Story".

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