Town House Motel

44125 N Sierra Hwy, Lancaster, CA, 93534
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Lancaster City Seal

by Yaqui

I wanted to share a bit of history of the corporation of Lancaster. For many years back in the 1970's we were just a little farming town. Of course now you would never think that since much of the farming lands are now just vast desert again. When I was in high school, which was Antelope Valley High, our art class instructor Mr. Oliver, nice man, to come up with a design for the new city seal for Lancaster. At the time, I didn't feel like participating, but did have a little input of which represented Lancaster. Two very talented individuals who sat a my table decided to participate. These lovely gals both came up with what symbolizes what Lancaster was all about. The city loved both designs, so they incorporated both. So who were these artists? Jenny Casares design on the left and Thi Tuyet Hong Tran on the right. So if your ever passing by the city hall and see the city seal, please think of them, because they deserve all the credit of such a beautiful seal.

Sierra Highway Bike Trail:-)

by Yaqui

Award-winning greenbelt along Sierra Highway is the Sierra Bike Trail. It starts at Avenue J in Lancaster and ends at Avenue P in Palmdale. This at least a 14 mile bike trail that is beautiful landscaped and taken care of, that runs along between the metro link tracks and Sierra Highway. Don't worry they have one side fenced from the railroad tracks and partioned off from Sierra Highway. The benches are in various locations along the way if you need to stop and take a break. As you get closer to Palmdale they have covered areas to relax and rest. It is wonderfully done and a great and safe way to travel and enjoy the outdoors. Make sure to bring water with you!!:-)

Get Smart! Head to the Lancaster Library

by ATXtraveler

The original Lancaster Library was established by the Los Angeles County Free Public Library in October 1912 in the Antelope Valley Union High School which was located on the southwest corner of Tenth Street (now Lancaster Boulevard) and Cedar Avenue. Subsequently, the Lancaster Library occupied space in a local drugstore, the Chamber of Commerce, and the County Justice Court. In 1950, the Library moved to Fig Avenue and provided library services from this site for the next fourteen years. The expanded Lancaster Library opened on West Avenue J in 1964. Due to rapid population growth throughout the Antelope Valley, a new library was built in 1995-1996 on Lancaster Boulevard in the Lancaster Old Town Site to provide library services to the residents of Lancaster and the surrounding communities.

(Information courtesy of LA County Libraries)

Antelope Valley Poppy Reserve

by ATXtraveler

If you travel the highways in California, you will see a beautiful Orange Hue... that is the state flower, the Poppy... shining like the Golden State itself. No where else in California is there as dense a patch of poppies as the Reserve in Lancaster.

The reserve is located on a former Pronghorn pasture, but now is a protected area in which Poppies can grow old gracefully!

Come see these March through May!

Terminator II Movie Backdrop

by Yaqui

Believe it or not, but this once little eastside store was very popular due to the little communities outside of the base. It was a backdrop of the movie Terminator II Judgement Day when they stopped by a local mini market. Also, remember the first movie when Sarah was supposely driving into a Mexican desert, well that was done in this area too. The desert landscapes around here are the movies most popular backdrops for so many commercials and movies. This little building is located on 140th St East and Ave E.

46551 140th St E, Lancaster, CA 93535

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Address: 44125 N Sierra Hwy, Lancaster, CA, 93534