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Attractions around Heritage Inn Suites Ridgecrest


Explore Ridgecrest, CA

Enjoy the largest city in the beautiful Indian Wells Valley. Explore the vast stretches of desert that surround our hotel. Don't miss a visit to the Death Valley or the spectacular Trona Pinnacles.
Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake

Naval Air Weapons Station (NAWS) China Lake

The Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake supports research, testing, and evaluation of the US Navy programs.  
Trona Pinnacles

Trona Pinnacles

Visit the Trona Pinnacles and marvel at the unique geological features located in the California Desert. The pinnacles feature more than 500 tufa spires rising from the Searless Dry Lake basin bed. Learn about the geology and history of the place and enjoy camping in the stunning landscape.
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Gateway to Death Valley

Gateway to Death Valley

Drive through the scenic Gateway to Death Valley. This historic gateway has seen more than 100 immigrants from the Middle East come to explore the goldfields of Central California.

Tip - Visit Death Valley National Park on National Public Lands Day or Veterans Day for free admission.

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Maturango Museum

Maturango Museum

Spend a quiet afternoon at the Maturango Museum. Learn about the natural and cultural history of the Northern Mojave Desert. Tour the galleries and check out the various exhibits and participate in cultural programs.
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Big and Little Petroglyph Canyon

Big and Little Petroglyph Canyon

Visit the Big and Little Petroglyph Canyons, which house the major Paleo-Indian and Native American Petroglyphs by the Coso People who lived in the Mojave Desert. The canyons contain 20,000 documented images that highlight the history of the area.
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Petroglyph Park

Petroglyph Park

Visit Petroglyph Park for a unique experience when you visit Ridgecrest. Admire the prehistoric rock carvings at the south end of Nanaimo. Learn about life more than 1,000 years ago and enjoy stunning views of the Petroglyphs.
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Sequoia National Park

Kern River/ Sequoia National Park

Visit the Kern River/ Sequoia National Park with family and friends. Be humbled by the huge mountains, rugged foothills, vast caverns, giant canyons, and gigantic Sequoia trees. Enjoy hiking, skiing and snowshoeing during winters, family picnics, and wildlife watching.
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Red Rock Canyon State Park

Red Rock Canyon State Park

Admire scenic desert cliffs, buttes, and stunning rock formations at the Red Rock Canyon State Park. Go camping, horseback riding, hiking, and picnics at this beautiful destination.
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