Staying in one of the Joshua Tree National Park campgrounds are one of the best parts of the park. They are plentiful, conveniently located throughout the park and all are set in an area that contains incredible scenery.
Keys View inJoshua Tree National Parkis a well-known viewpoint for watching phenomenal sunsets. In fact, it is possible that this is one of the best places that we’ve ever been for viewing the sunset in the desert.
If you end up on the western side of Joshua Tree National Park toward the evening, Keys View is a place that you’ll definitely want to check out if you can!
Many of the millions of people who go to Joshua Tree National Park each year are seeking photographs of Joshua trees, an iconic plant which actually grows throughout much of the Mojave Desert. However, on our first visit to the park, we discovered that Joshua Tree has so much more to offer than just Joshua trees.
Joshua Tree National Park is located less than three hours from both Los Angeles and San Diego and attracted nearly 3 million visitors in 2017. One trail that is commonly skipped is the Fortynine Palms Oasis Trail. Though you may be tempted to skip this hike in favor more well-known attractions, what you’ll be missing is a very special desert landscape that is sure to surprise you!