- "Come live where there's nothing there!"
- ―Grand Senora Desert advertisement
The area has an arid or desert climate, with hot temperatures during most of the year. Weather tends to be very sunny at times, and visual heatwaves are shown occasionally. Sandstorms occur often, while rain and thunderstorms rarely occur, but when they do, the weather becomes rough and extreme.
Places of Interest
- Lester's Safehouse
- Rebel Radio Building
- Sandy Shores Airfield
- Senora National Park
- Thomson Scrapyard
- Stoner Cement Works
Roads and Streets
- Algonquin Boulevard
- Baytree Canyon Road
- Cat-Claw Avenue
- Cholla Road
- Joshua Road
- Mount Haan Road
- Nowhere Road
- Route 68
- Senora Freeway
- Smoke Tree Road
- The name "Grand Senora" means "big lady" in Spanish, referring to the dimension of the desert.
- Despite its name, the desert's area is not that large, only being some arid lands around Sandy Shores.
- When any of the three main characters attains a wanted level in the area, the dispatcher on the in-game Police Scanner pronounces the desert's name as if it were spelled "Grande Senora Desert."
- In the beta version of Grand Theft Auto V, the Grand Senora Desert was much bigger.
- There are signs on hiking paths with the name of the desert incorrectly spelled "SENOEA Desert". This was likely a typo as "R" is next to "E" on a keyboard.
- There is an oil field at the western end of the desert that resembles Octane Springs in Bone County.