Come Visit the Jawbone Station Visitor Center
We welcome you to visit the Jawbone Station Visitor Center, open from 8:30am-4:00pm.
Get your maps, books, t-shirts, “Keep Kern Clean” bags, Campfire Permits, and CA nonresident OHV Permits all at our top of the line Gift Shop.
Stop by and grab a Friends of Jawbone sweater to stay warm!
Begin your tour of the Eastern Kern County area at Jawbone Station, located on Highway 14, just 20 miles north of Mojave. The station provides information, maps, books, and other services to off-roaders, tourists, hikers, bikers, and equestrians. The station is open 7 days a week, except Christmas. A free, primitive campground is available across Jawbone Road from the Station. For more information, call (760) 373-1146.
You can find this Discovery Point via GPS at N35.3015, W118.0016, or in section F-8 with the Jawbone Canyon OHV Map, Ed. 15.
Dedicated to Ed Waldheim
Founder of the Friends of Jawbone (FOJ)
Friends of Jawbone is a non-profit corporation under section 501(c)(3). If you or your business would like to support Friends of Jawbone, please click here.
Special Thanks To:
Please join us in thanking our Business Supporters:
Southern California Overland Trail Association
Please join us in thanking the sponsors of our 25th Moose Anderson Day:
Bureau of Land Management
CSI Electrical Contractors
Andrew & Cherie Holloway
Bank of the Sierra
Green Tea Garden
Dave & Shelly Hammersmith
Kern County Search and Rescue
West Best Pizza
Mojave Off Road Adventures
Jawbone Canyon Store
Fun Time ATV Rentals
Doug & Katie Varner
Doug and Katie Varner
Indian Wells Brewery
Friends of Oceano Dunes
Point Mugu 4×4 Club
Happy Trails Data Management
IMC Real Estate