It is one of many communities which make up the Campo Indian Reservation. It is located in the San Gorgonio Pass. Cabazon belongs to the Morongo. The 2010 census reported a population of 2,535 for Cabazon. Blacks accounted for 135 of the population of 2,535. Mexicans accounted for 1,135 of the city's population, while Native Americans accounted for 90 of Cabazon's population. Asians accounted for 52 of the population of Cabazon. Cabazon has 932 housing units and an average houseld size of 2.7 persons per housing unit. Elevation is 1,834 feet above sea level. Zip codes are 92230 and 92282. Although only 14 miles from Palm Springs (the desert) Cabazon does not have the very hot summers Palm Springs does. Nor does it have the warmer winters Palm Springs has. A difference in average high temperatures during the coldest and hottest months, are 10 and 15 degrees. Below are several google earth photos of Cabazon, California.