The Joshua Tree National Park

Guests can experience a ‘full tour’ of the Joshua Tree National Park (800,000 acres at a glimpse) by driving between the West and North entrances to see the famous Joshua trees and boulder fields. There are several key spots for taking photos, doing quick hikes, or spending half a day in one destination.

You will find observation points with breathtaking views and hiking trails.

Barker Dam is one of those stopping points with a fair amount of history, and today forms a small rain-fed reservoir used by park wildlife.

Hidden Valley is a 1-mile loop trail with massive boulders through the legendary cattle rustler’s hideout.

Keys View, with an elevation of 5,000 feet has a stunning expanse of valley, mountain, and desert.

Indian Cove is a popular campground with a half a mile trail that highlights the plant and animal life of a Mojave Desert wash.

Furthermore, Joshua Tree visitors will find events year-round:

  • Outdoor activities: camping, hiking, rock climbing
  • Live music: Coachella and Joshua Tree Music Festival
  • Photography: Milky Way photography lessons
  • Yoga retreats: Shakti Festival
  • Natural serenity

Nowhere else in the world can you find living organisms that could be alive a thousand years from now – they’re the jewels of Joshua Tree.

It is advisable to use a private vehicle to go to Casa Luisa Joshua Tree and to the National Park.

Before traveling, please visit Joshua Tree National Park’s website for current guidelines on Park access. Also, we are always available for your assistances!