|Start of Bradshaw Trail, California
||Junction of United States Highway #78 and state Route #78, off Community of Ripley, California and Palo Verde, California, in Riverside County in rural California. This is where The Bradshaw Trail stretches from.
||A Trail, Gravel Pit Road, Mesa Drive
||Bradshaw Trail passes through the Mule Mountains (located west of the Colorado River and Palo Verde Valley).
|Wiley's Well Road
||Wiley's Well Road. This road connects with Interstate Highway #10 to the north and goes to Wiley's Well, a natural artesian well which supplied water over the area in earlier years. Today, the water is not suitable for drinking. Chuckawalla Valley State Prison is located here off I-10.
||A Junction of trails.
|The Butterfield Trail
||The Butterfield Trail runs on to Hauser Geode Beds, Skyline Drive
||Junction of Niland Road, Graham Pass Road, Chuckwalla Springs Road, A Trail leads to Slab City, which was once a Marine Baracks Camp., where most of the residents migrate to cooler areas during summer and return in winter. A few reside here all year round. Nearby is Niland, California.
||A Trail into Chuckwalla Valley Desert area
|Chuckwalla Mountains Wilderness Area
||Northeast of highway. Access is from US I-10. Fishing, non-commercial trapping, hunting, camping (up to 14 days) permitted.
|Gas Line Road
||North to Red Cloud Mine Road, which connects to Interstate Highway #10.
||North to Red Cloud Mind Road, which ends at US Interstate Highway 10.
|Red Canyon Jeep Trail
||North to a junction with Pinto Road. Access to Orocopia Mountains Wilderness Area. Camping up to 14 days is permitted. Also hunting, non-commercial trapping, and fishing.
|End of Bradshaw Trail
||End of Bradshaw Trail. This Trail ends at the Junction of Cochelia Canal Road, in the Chocolate Mountain foothill area.