Places To Go
Within its 800,000 acres, spanning two deserts and three of California’s ecoregions, Joshua Tree National Park provides visitors destinations displaying a variety of landforms, vegetation communities, and elevations.
Some offer good hiking, some good birding, and still others the opportunity to catch sight, if you are lucky, of a bighorn sheep or desert tortoise. Several have campgrounds and picnic areas. Some offer spectacular views.
Did You Know?
One of the most beautiful spectacles in spring is the creamy-white blossoms of Joshua trees. These white candles can be seen from February to late March. Joshua trees do not branch until after they bloom, and they don’t bloom every year. More...