What travelers say about Antelope Valley
Antelope valley spreads over an area of 3,000 square miles with population of more than 440,000.
The entire valley comprises of four incorporated communities located in cities like Palmdale, California, Lancaster and Tehachapi, along with these incorporated cities the valley has numerous unincorporated communities like North Edwards, Edwards Air Force Base, Lake Elizabeth, Leona Valley, Quartz Hill and Sun Village.
Due to a good number of incorporated and unincorporated ... More communities in this region two main counties are considered to a part of this region namely Los Angeles and Kern.
One of the major sources of attractions for travelers is the Air Force and NASA bases which are located within the valley with credits to good weather and air corridors.
This valley is a sun baked plateau amongst the San Gabriel and Tehachipi mountains making it a natural habitat for a diverse range of flora and fauna due to its excellent weather conditions.
The visitors can enjoy pure winds, rugged beauty of the mountains and deserts surrounding the area offering an extremely superb panoramic view.
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