The ranch began over 100 years ago. It has been through many transitions over the years. It began as a working alfalfa farm. The barn is now a remodeled to be a recreation space with a full kitchen. The ranch has hosted many weddings, retreats, campouts, services, and banquets through the years.
We come from a long line of farmers who began farming in America in the 1600’s. They came from a long line of farmers before they immigrated so I think it’s fair to say that farming is in our blood.
Situated in the Mojave Desert about 30 miles north-east of Lucerne Valley lies a historic wash where Indians once came to leave us reminders of the past.
Wolf Mountain Sanctuary is a non-profit Organization to save and protect the wolf in the wild and in captivity. Tonya "Littlewolf" Carloni, half Apache, is the founder of the Sanctuary and the Wolf Moon Powwow.
A short drive east from Lucerne Valley, California exists what is believed to be one of the oldest living plants on earth.