The Whitewater Preserve: California Nature At Its Very Best
By Deb Flomberg
Hop in the car and head about two hours east of Los Angeles along Interstate 10 to find a truly beautiful and stunning destination filled with lots of wildlife and plenty of open space to enjoy. This is the Whitewater Preserve, a 2,826 acre preserve that features tons of great ways to spend a sunny summer afternoon or just enjoy a scenic drive to this stunning destination.
When you arrive at Whitewater Preserve, you’ll find many different ways to spend your time. You can bring your gear for some great camping and backpacking or you can bring along a picnic lunch and enjoy a scenic meal in a beautiful location. There is fishing here as well, however it’s specifically catch and release in a special program designed for kids, and all of the equipment is provided for them.
Bring along your binoculars and cameras, as the Whitewater Preserve is home to a huge population of bighorn sheep, deer and bear. If you visit the sand dunes area, which is near where the Whitewater Preserve meets the San Gorgonia River, you just may be lucky enough to spot the endangered fringe-towed lizard and other great desert lizards that live in the area as well.
The Whitewater Preserve also hosts a lot of different activities, depending on when you happen to arrive. There is the fishing program for kids, plus many other fun ways to spend the day. From bird walks to nature walks to photography classes and art classes there are lots of different ways to enjoy the many programs offered at this important nature preserve.
For a scenic drive to the Whitewater Preserve, it is important you enjoy the drive in the best car possible. Make sure you take the 2013 S550 Sedan from Mercedes-Benz of Encino. It is just the right car for a long drive, with the comfort and luxury that the Mercedes-Benz name is known for, plus all the elegance and style that you’ll want in an auto. Enjoy your scenic drive in this truly luxurious car.
Deb Flomberg grew up in the mountains, developed a love for the beach and has found happiness on the open road. She is now a freelance writer, theater professional and travel enthusiast happy to be writing about the things she loves most.
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