Explore beautiful Joshua Tree California for your next camping trip while staying at the only RV Park and campground in the heart of Joshua Tree next to Sportsmans Park! Comprised of two distinct desert ecosystems, the Mojave and the Colorado, Joshua Tree offers beautiful scenery, vast variety of plants and animals, a rich cultural history, the most amazing sunsets and sunrises along with so much more! Enjoy the fascinating wilderness in southern California and come experience it for yourself. Plan your visit with us and discover where to go, what to do, and what you need to know for your next Joshua Tree adventure.
A naturalist and outdoor enthusiast dream, Joshua Tree offers never ending adventures from rock climbing, biking, and horseback riding to photography and birding. Known most for being a world-class rock-climbing destination, Joshua Tree National Park’s hiking and nature trails are just as legendary. We’ve rounded up our top picks that are recommended year-round.
Whether you’re hiking, rock climbing, or looking for an easy and picturesque nature walk, Joshua Tree has options for all kinds of visitors to make your next trip an adventure to check off the bucket list. The following trails are some of the best day hiking in the park. If hiking in the summer, start these trails before 9 am and always make sure to bring plenty of water, snacks, a map, pack, and sun protection.
- Cholla Cactus Garden Loop
- Black Rock Canyon Panorama Loop
- Boy Scout Trail
- Barker Dam Trail
- Wall Street Mill
- Split Rock Loop
- Discovery Trail
While many people visit Joshua Tree for its hiking trails and rock-climbing, you’ll find there is a never-ending list of activities and things to do for everyone when visiting beautiful Joshua Tree, California. From camping under the stars, capturing the beauty in photographs, or simply soaking up the tranquility of the desert we want to be sure you have an amazing experience during your stay with us. The following are our recommendations for other activities to add to your itinerary while still enjoying the outdoors and beauty of Joshua Tree.
- Hidden Valley Nature Trail and Day Use Area
- Keys View
- Cholla Cactus Garden
- Skull Rock
- Keys Ranch (Guided Tour)
- Cottonwood Springs Oasis
- Arch Rock
- Horseback Riding
Best of all, gazing up at the stars, owing to its desert location with clear nights, Joshua Tree is one the best places to see the stars and is known as an International Dark Sky Park.
Joshua Tree has quickly become one of the most popular vacation destinations in Southern California especially in a time where many people have been looking to get back to nature and explore the great outdoors more. While you probably wouldn’t think that Joshua Tree is known for its abundance of restaurants, there’s more here than you might think. The following are our recommendations where you need to be eating and drinking during your next adventure to the Mojave and Colorado.
While you may think Joshua Tree is in the middle of nowhere, the town of Joshua Tree is quite a hip place being that it has become home to many artists and creatives who have opened shops offering beautiful jewelry, art, garments, and so much more! Many are environmentally friendly and are a great pit stop on your way in or out to visit and shop during your next visit.