The Pisgah Crater and its associated lava flow field are located in the Mojave Desert. Flow-emplacement features characterize the lava flow field. Flow fronts within the field are denoted with numerous breakouts and at least one monoclinal flexure with a height of 7.3 m. Many lava tubes in various sizes protrude away from the crater. The surface of many flows contain rootless vents in the form of hornitos and spatter cones. Their characteristics show the mechanism in which the Pisgah lavas were emplaced; therefore, these flow-emplacement features, as well as the crater itself, give insight into the nature of the eruption.