California Points of Interest

Fee Station / West Side


The Fee Station West Side is a popular destination for visitors to the Mojave watershed area of California. The station is located just off Highway 395 and offers easy access to several hiking trails that wind through the nearby mountains. Visitors can enjoy beautiful views of the surrounding landscape, including sweeping vistas of the Sierra Nevada mountain range and the nearby Mono Lake. The area is also home to a variety of wildlife, including coyotes, deer, and a wide variety of bird species.

One of the unique things to see at the Fee Station West Side is the nearby Mono Craters, a series of volcanic vents that formed thousands of years ago. The craters are a popular destination for hikers and photographers, offering stunning views of the surrounding desert landscape. Another popular attraction in the area is the nearby Bodie State Historic Park, a well-preserved ghost town that offers visitors a glimpse into the life of early gold rush settlers. Whether you're interested in hiking, photography, history, or wildlife, the Fee Station West Side offers something for everyone. Get driving directions.
FEE STATION / WEST SIDE

Points of Interest
Location
Exit Check Station
Fee Station / East Side
Fee Station / West Side
Heaps Peak Arboretum Day Use Area
Hess Ranch
Lake Silverwood Scenic Overlook
Liberty Point
Model Plane Way
Red Rock Scenic Overlook
Sailors Bay
Ultralight Alcove
Watchable Wildlife Area
Zzyzx Desert Studies Center

Nearby Camping
Location Campsites Reservations Toilets Showers Elevation
Lupine 11 6,551 ft
Guffy 6 8,219 ft
Adelanto City Park 21 2,891 ft
El Mirage Dry Lake OHV Numerous 2,887 ft