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The Antelope Hills are a low mountain range in the Transverse Ranges, in western Kern County, California.[1] In 1910 Arnold and Johnson from the United States Geological Survey proposed the name "Antelope Hills" for "the group of low hills [that] are a range for the few wild antelope left in this region."[2]

Antelope Hills
Antelope Hills, California is located in California
Antelope Hills, California
Location of Antelope Hills in California [1]
Highest point
Elevation222 m (728 ft)
CountryUnited States
DistrictKern County
Range coordinates35°32′6.866″N 119°48′21.479″W / 35.53524056°N 119.80596639°W / 35.53524056; -119.80596639Coordinates: 35°32′6.866″N 119°48′21.479″W / 35.53524056°N 119.80596639°W / 35.53524056; -119.80596639
Topo mapUSGS Blackwells Corner


  1. ^ a b "Antelope Hills". Geographic Names Information System. United States Geological Survey. Retrieved July 7, 2011.
  2. ^ Arnold, Ralph; Johnson, Harry R (1910). "Preliminary report on the McKittrick-Sunset oil region, Kern and San Luis Obispo Counties, California" (PDF). United States Geological Survey Bulletin 406. Government Printing Office: 19. Retrieved July 7, 2011.