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Rabbit Springs Dry Lake, CA

Rabbit Springs is a relatively small, flat, smooth dry lake that is excellent for flying ultralights of all kinds. It is also used by RC model aircraft enthusiasts mainly on the weekends. The valley is somewhat narrow here, making for a more scenic area to fly. In the winter, the mountains to the south are covered in snow, and just above the lake to the north is Chimney Rock pictured at right.

There are some large power lines to the north, along the edge of the lakebed, but they are far enough away from the best part of the dry lake to be of much concern.

Driving Directions:
From Los Angeles, take Hwy 15 North towards Victorville and Las Vegas.
Exit Bear Valley Road exit turning right onto an Bear Valley Road. Continue straight for about 12.6 miles until Bear Valley Road merges with Route 18. Make a right onto Route 18. Follow Route 18 for about 5.7 miles to High Road. There is a big sign on the left here that says R.W. Ranch, pointing to the right. Turn left and follow High Rd. until it reaches the dry lake.

The GPS coordinates of the place we meet and camp are 34°27'37.1"N and 117°01'53.8"W

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