Slab City, also called The Slabs, is an unincorporated, off-the-grid alternative lifestyle community consisting largely of snowbirds in the Salton Trough area of the Sonoran Desert, in Imperial County, California. It took its name from concrete slabs that remained after the World War II Marine Corps Camp Dunlap training camp was torn down. Slab City is known for attracting people who want to live outside mainstream society.
|Salvation Mountain (0.5 miles)|
Joshua Tree National Park (49.5 miles)
Anza-Borrego Desert State Park (54.6 miles)
Lost Horse Mine (61.1 miles)
Cap Rock Nature Trail (64.7 miles)
|Wall Street Mill (66.2 miles)|
Eagle Rock (66.4 miles)
Tahquitz Canyon (73.3 miles)
South Lykken Trailhead (73.4 miles)
Cactus to Clouds Trail (73.9 miles)
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Slab City, Slab City, California 92257
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