One of two parcels left with 20 acres in the area. Property is South of Bonanza, E of National Trails, South of Sorrell Trail & West of Sunrise.Wikiepedia says Helendale or Silver Lakes is an unincorporated community & census-designated place located in San Bernardino County, on historic Route 66 west of the Mojave Freeway, the Victor Valley and was Founded: March 31, 2010 Population: 5,623 (2010) Helendale is located at latitude 34.743°N and longitude -117.324°W. Digital Desert Says:Native Americans lived in the area, namely the Vanyume (Serrano).The Santa Fe Railroad arrived in the 1880s.On December 15, 1897, the name was changed to Helen in honor of Helen A. Wells (born 1885), daughter of railroad executive Arthur G. Wells (1861–1932). On September 22, 1918, the name was changed to Helendale. Route 66, or National Trails Highway, was paved and officially opened in the Helendale area in 1926. Helendale has a historical marker commemorating the old road that is located 100 yards south of the intersection of Route 66 and Vista Road. In 1969, construction began on two manmade lakes, North Lake and South Lake, covering approximately 277 acres (1.12 km2), and a resort community called Silver Lakes was built at Helendale that opened in the early 1970s.
Total population of , which has changed by % since 1990.
The median age of the population is , while the median
age of dwellings is .
Out of households, are families.