Red Rock Canyon State Park officials have set their schedule of interpretive events for the second half of November.
The park is 25 miles northeast of Mojave on Highway 14, where the southernmost tip of the Sierra Nevada converge with the El Paso Range.
Sat., Nov 17 and Sat. Nov. 24: Docent-led Nature Walk titled “A Walk Through Time.” You will gain information about weather changes, extinct and present wildlife, Native American uses of plants, and geological makeup of Red Rock Canyon. Meet at the Desert View Trailhead near campsite 50 at 9 a.m.
Sat., Nov 17: “Reading Stories in Time.” Discover the Geological Make up of Red Rock Canyon. Learn how the park was formed with the amazing colors you see. Meet in the multipurpose room in the visitor center at 7 p.m.
Sat., Nov 24: Come and hear a historic presentation of the former “Red Rock Railroad.” This is a slide presentation about the temporary spur railroad built through Red Rock Canyon during the construction of the LA Aqueduct. Meet in the multipurpose room located in the visitor center at 7 p.m.