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Heart of K-Town Mural

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There's lots of history in these canyons, starting with the Kawaiisu who inhabited this area of the Mojave hundreds of years before the Europeans came. Their petroglyphs can still be seen in the El Paso Mountain Range. In the 1800s the unique, rouge strata provided a landmark for the 20-mule teams that traveled to and from the mines. Today people come to hike, camp, picnic, or observe wildlife. The park can be found at the southernmost tip of the El Paso Mountain Range. (Submitted by Paola Tapia)

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