Peaks Valley Preserve prides itself as a place where nature and humanity peacefully co-exist. The majority of Peaks Valley remains in a natural state and development is tightly limited to preserve the balance.
The property is home to five acres of high desert vegetation, including mesquite trees, cholla cactus, turpentine bushes, yucca, and more. During your visit, you may also notice several animal habitat holes and burrows that have been left untouched during development. This is intentional as conservation remains a central pillar of our mission.
We are committed to preserving, maintaining, managing, and promoting Peaks Valley's natural communities and species diversity while providing safe and enjoyable recreational opportunities for the general public.
As a nature preserve, we pledge to:
-Be dedicated to conserving Peaks Valley's natural environments, wild animals, and native plants.
-Respect all wildlife, big and small. In order to keep wild creatures safe, healthy, and truly wild, we should never feed them, invade their space, or take them from the habitats that are their homes.
-Reduce waste, and always pick up after yourself and others--never littering.
-Tread lightly in sensitive natural areas, leaving behind nothing but footprints and taking away only unforgettable memories.
As a visitor, we hope you join us in our commitment to better the environment in all the ways we possibly can.