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Joshua Tree National Park, CA

What’s a Joshua Tree?

That’s a Joshua Tree. And there is an entire national Park dedicated to them. A bit of desert, some trees and mild forests, and a trombone?


You have a few routes through Joshua Tree. I entered from Twentynine Palms, so I had the option of going from north to south or north to west via Yucca.
If you’re there, you need to check out the Skull Rock, and then tell yourself “That doesn’t really look like a skull.” Then take a picture, and move one.
Plenty of trees to see, and places to stop and fully appreciate them. Best place for a huge scenic view is Key’s View. Its worth the ride up. And maybe, just maybe, you’l see some kid playing trombone. Maybe.


Website: https://www.nps.gov/jotr/index.htm
Address74485 National Park Drive Twentynine Palms, CA 92277-3597
Phone: (760) 367-5500