Although Mojaveland is open as a “pop-up” event only one weekend per month, it’s gaining momentum as a family-friendly destination.
“Some of my favorite Mojaveland visitors are the multi-generational families,” says Stump. “I hear a lot of laughing as families and friends encourage each other on the course, and that makes me happy.”
Mojaveland also offers interactive arts experiences such as puppet shows, mural painting, and art installations, including Ben Allanoff’s site-specific sculpture, “Asterisk”, created using a bullet-hole ridden trashcan and branches from the property.
You never know what you are going to find at Mojaveland, but it will be interesting and fun.
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All photos by Sandra Goodin