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Helendale is a community located in San Bernardino County, California, United States. It is situated in the Mojave Desert, near the Mojave River, and is part of the High Desert region. Here’s some information about Helendale:

Helendale is located approximately 14 miles north of Victorville and 21 miles south of Barstow. It covers an area of about 32 square miles (83 square kilometers) and is surrounded by desert landscapes and scenic views.

Helendale is a planned community that was developed in the 1960s. It was originally designed as a lakeside residential community, centered around the Silver Lakes resort area. The community features numerous man-made lakes, golf courses, parks, and recreational amenities.

Silver Lakes is a prominent feature of Helendale and offers a variety of recreational activities for residents and visitors. It includes two large lakes, North Lake and South Lake, which are suitable for fishing, boating, and water sports. The community also has an equestrian center, swimming pools, tennis courts, and a clubhouse.

Helendale is known for its golf courses, which attract golf enthusiasts from both within the community and surrounding areas. The Silver Lakes Country Club features two 18-hole championship golf courses: the North Course and the South Course. These courses offer scenic views and challenging play.

Helendale is served by the Helendale School District, which operates the Helendale Elementary School and the Riverview Middle School. For higher education, residents can access colleges and universities in nearby Victorville and Barstow.

Housing options in Helendale consist of a mix of single-family homes, townhouses, and condominiums. Many properties in the community are designed with a lakeside or golf course view. The community offers a suburban and resort-like atmosphere.

Helendale is accessible via National Trails Highway (historic Route 66), which runs through the community. It is also connected to nearby cities through major roadways, including Interstate 15 and State Route 395. Public transportation options are limited, and personal vehicles are the primary mode of transportation.