You won’t miss the 20-foot-tall Big Josh when driving down Twentynine Palms to Joshua Tree and it’s worth a stop.
Located in the heart of the park, it’s the perfect place to learn about the wonders, diverse wildlife, and natural beauty of this incredible place.
This unique town has been transformed from a western movie set to a bustling tourist attraction and cultural hub for those wishing to explore California’s history.
A breathtaking destination offering stunning panoramic views of the surrounding mountains, Coachella Valley, Salton Sea, and even the famous San Andreas Fault.
This looks like a hole in the wall and was surprised to walk into a vibey restaurant with a live music stage, piano, and the best spaghetti that I’ve ever had.
Over 253 miles of equestrian trails and corridors are available to explore, winding through open lands, canyon bottoms, and dry washes.