Bars and Night Clubs In Lucerne Valley, CA

1 Bar and Night Club found
Y Saloon
32743 California 18, Lucerne Valley CA 92356,
(760) 248-7886
Atmosphere: Lounge

Map of Lucerne Valley Bars


A = Y Saloon

Non Local Bars and Night Clubs

  • Frogee's 21820 Us Highway 18, Apple Valley, CA
    Lounge - 14 Miles
  • Wendy's 9297 G Ave, Hesperia, CA
    - 19 Miles
  • Dog House Saloon 17099 Main St-2, Hesperia, CA
    Bar - 19 Miles
  • Mother Lode 11975 Hesperia Rd, Hesperia, CA
    Lounge - 19 Miles
  • Los Mayas Bar & Grill 13261 Spring Valley Pkwy-102, Victorville, CA
    Bar - 18 Miles
  • Marina Lounge 13295 Spring Valley Pkwy, Victorville, CA
    Bar,Lounge - 18 Miles
  • Mr V's Sports Bar & Grill 12249 Hesperia Rd, Victorville, CA
    Bar,Lounge - 19 Miles
  • Joshua Inn 6224 Arrowhead Lake Rd, Hesperia, CA
    Bar - 17 Miles
  • Gee Spot 16074 Walnut St, Hesperia, CA
    Bar - 20 Miles
  • Draper's Sports Bar & Grill 19123 Us Highway 18, Apple Valley, CA
    Bar - 18 Miles
  • Mickey Mc Gee's 13728 Hesperia Rd, Victorville, CA
    Bar - 20 Miles
  • Linas Bar 14298 Hesperia Rd, Victorville, CA
    Lounge - 20 Miles
* Mileage is approximate.

Random Fun Fact

Lucerne Valley is a census-designated place located in the Mojave Desert of western San Bernardino County, California. It lies east of the Victor Valley, whose population nexus includes Victorville, Apple Valley, and Hesperia. The population was 5,811 at the 2010 census. Lucerne Valley was known to local Piute, Chemehuevi, and Serrano Tribes as "Chimney Rock", which is a California Historical Site of Interest; On February 1, 1867, Chimney Rock was the last major battle between California settlers and Native Americans. A monument marker is present on the western edge of Highway 18 at the western entrance to the town.[original research?]. Lucerne Valley is located 19 miles east of Apple Valley and 20 miles downhill north of Big Bear in the southern reaches of the Mojave Desert. It is surrounded by several mountain ranges which include the Granite mountain range, the Ord mountain range, and the San Bernardino mountain range. The heart of Lucerne Valley is located on the crossroads of State Route 247 (Old Woman Springs Road / Barstow Road) and State Route 18. Yucca Valley lies 45 miles east via Route 247/Old Woman Springs Road. The 2010 United States Census reported that Lucerne Valley had a population of 5,811. The population density was 55.0 people per square mile (21.2/km). The racial makeup of Lucerne Valley was 4,507 (77.6%) White, 170 (2.9%) African American, 106 (1.8%) Native American, 90 (1.5%) Asian, 0 (0.0%) Pacific Islander, 676 (11.6%) from other races, and 262 (4.5%) from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 1,447 persons (24.9%).

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