Day Trip to Barstow, CA

This morning we took a trip to the DMV in Barstow, CA and we were impressed. Everything we heard about this Office is true. If you live in the High Desert of California and need to visit a DMV Office in person rather than pay online; I highly recommend the Barstow DMV Office. The facility is smaller than the one in Victorville with fewer , yet efficient employees. The service is amazing with shorter lines and wait time. It’s truly worth the drive.

On our way to the DMV Office, we spotted a Preserved Tank at The Rotary Centennial Park.

M47 Patton Tank.

M47 Patton Tank (Preserved Tank).
Rotary Centennial Park, Barstow, CA.

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M47 Patton Tank (Preserved Tank).
Rotary Centennial Park, Barstow, CA.

Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Caboose 999093 CE-1.

Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe. Caboose 999093 CE-1.
Rotary Centennial Park, Barstow, CA.

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Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe. Caboose 999093 CE-1.
Rotary Centennial Park, Barstow, CA.

Rotary International Marker.

Rotary International Marker.
Rotary Centennial Park, Barstow, CA.

If you are traveling on Historic Route 66, make plans to visit the Rotary Centennial Park in Barstow, California as well as other attractions within and around the City.

Located at the northeast corner of Barstow Road and Virginia Way in Barstow, California, the Rotary Centennial Park was constructed by the Rotary Club of Barstow in recognition of Barstow’s Centennial year, 1986.
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