Budget Inn Mojave

Address: 16698 Sierra Hwy, Mojave, California Desert, California, 93501-1220, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 16698 Sierra Hwy, Mojave, is near Mojave Trail, Cedar Canyon, Fort Piute, and Marl Springs.
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        • Free High-Speed Internet
        • Wheelchair accessibility
        • Free parking

        TripAdvisor Reviews Budget Inn Mojave

        4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

        Travel Blogs from Mojave

        Wild time again

        A travel blog entry by tunnockscaramel on Jun 25, 2014

        27 photos

        ... stars on my camera, but its not hard to believe that they were spectacular in the isolated area we were staying in.

        I even put up little lanterns which was met with much eye rolling from Ben, but I think they were pretty.

        The next morning we woke up at sunrise and watched it come up, which was pretty spectacular. However after I had captured this we went back to sleep for a spell before packing up and setting off again.

        Southern California

        A travel blog entry by craigbarr on May 17, 2014

        21 comments, 36 photos

        ... 5) Day 27 - 17.5 miles to sulphur springs trail camp. (407) Today we met and camped with the coolest hiker we have met so far. His trail name is Ninja Tank and he is a total gaming nerd. We talked about league of legends (he is gold 1) and world of Warcraft throughout the day. Not to mention he has a yeard* that I can only grow in my dreams. * A yeard is a year old beard. Day 29 - 23(+1) miles to messenger flats campground (430) Day 30 - 21 miles to highway 12 (451) Day 31 - ...

        California, we are returning for another visit!

        A travel blog entry by eddieandwendy on Apr 04, 2013

        5 photos

        ... had to stop and ask for more directions at Marposa, only to be told "Those GPS things just don't work up here in the mountains!" Now we can blame the Navman *****. We also noticed that Triangle Road just goes up into the mountains and comes back out onto the highway about 20 miles further up.
        Arrived intact at Indian Flat RV park at Yosemite. Whew, what a big day! Using lots of petrol driving around in these ...

        Back in the USSA

        A travel blog entry by johnandjerry on Apr 27, 2012

        9 photos

        ... Letting your government and media keep you in a state of fear is not being free. The world outside the US is not a scary, dangerous place; at least no more than it is here. As we continue in another one of our perpetual election cylcles; think about the rhetoric offered to you by both major parties/candidates. Do they really have any interest in changing the status quo and improving your life? As our economy and culture ...

        Desert mini-adventure

        A travel blog entry by shaunnesbitt on Sep 13, 2011

        4 comments, 4 photos

        ... track. We got to a side-track we were supposed to turn off onto, which was clearly impassable for a vehicle like ours so we decided to turn back. On the way back I managed to drive over a huge stone and the tyre pressure warning light flashed up! Luck, once again, was on our side. The tyre hadn’t punctured, the light lit up for about 10 minutes purely owing to the impact the tyre had suffered.