Slab City
This is the Slab City welcome sign. This sign is outside of the enterance to the city.

This is a picture of Slab City.

This is a picture of Salvation Moutain. Salvation Mountain is created out of paint and is filled with different Bible verses.

This is a picture of Slab City. This is the view from the top of Salvation Mountain.

This is a picture of one of the remaining bunkers from the miilitary base. This is the perfect spot to be on a hot summer day to stay out of the elements.

Slab City is a camp in southeastern California. The camp is used by RV owners and squatters from all over North America. Slab City gets its name from the concrete slabs that remain from the abandoned World War II military base. Slab City is an uncontrolled campsite. There is no charge for parking and there is no electricity, running water, or other services. The closest area to purchases any needed supplies is in Niland, California which is located about 3 miles to the southwest of Slab City.