Vacant Land in the charming town of Onyx. On State Route 178 just 2.9 miles northeast of Weldon, and not quite 5 miles out of Lake Isabella, this quaint town sits at 2800 feet above sea level and has a population of 425. Near Walker Pass, in the middle of the Sequoia National Forest, where the South Fork Kern River runs with some of the best trout fishing. Onyx was originally called Scodie in honor of William Scodie who opened a general store in the town in 1861, and still is open for business today. The Post Office opened in 1869. The census bureau states that Onyx encompasses 11.5 square miles.
If you are coming up US 395 from Ridgecrest to Lake Isabella, Onyx is a sweet place to stop and stretch your legs.
This parcel and the parcel adjoining are both for sale. See APN 321-152-12
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.