Marble Mountains Wildlife Area

On this page, you’ll find area-specific regulations that supplement and/or supersede general use regulations, both of which are a condition for use and incorporated by reference into the entry permit. You’ll also find links to supporting law, websites, directions, hunt maps, and a suggestion box.

Warning shot!!! Remember, federal law also applies (link to our summary of the Migratory Bird Treat Act.) and additional rules may be located at the Wildlife Area that you can’t find anywhere else (e.g. check station, information kiosks, permits, reservations, road signs, etc.)

General Info

  • Authorized species: all legal species, but the CDFW emphasizes the following–
  1. Big Game: sheep
  2. Resident Small Game: rabbit
  3. Upland Game Birds: Gambel’s quail, chukar, and dove
  • CDFW symbols: the area webpage only reflects the following activities-

California Department of Fish and Wildlife symbol indicating that deer hunting is authorized on a State wildlife area.


  • Marble Mountains WLA


    County: San Bernardino County

  • Directions:
  • Habitat: typical Mojave desert vegetation with mountains of volcanic rock
  • Location: 12 miles SE of Baker, along Kelbaker Rd., within E Mojave National Scenic Area.
  • Phone: (909) 484-0167
  • Recreational Use: Type C [14 CCR § 551(b)(62)]
  • Region 6: Inland Deserts
  • Size: 55,040 acres
  • WebsiteMarble Mountains Wildlife Area


  • [No area-specific regulations in 14 CCR § 551]

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