Sam & Dave’s Guidebook to the Joshua Tree area

Sam & Dave
Sam & Dave’s Guidebook to the Joshua Tree area

Joshua Tree National Park

It’s probably the reason you came and yes, it is worth paying admission and going into the park. The National Park has a great website with information about visiting the park and you will be offered a paper map when you enter - take it. You can also stop at the Visitors Centers in Joshua Tree and Twentynine Palms for great tips from rangers who know the park inside and out. Park visitation has doubled over the past decade; on weekends and holidays the West Entrance often has long lines and parking for popular hikes fills up, so try arriving early or use the North Entrance if visiting at peak times. National park admission is currently $30 per car and is good for 7 days. You can also purchase an annual interagency pass, good at all National Parks and federal land, for $80; it lasts 12 months. If you purchase a pass in advance it can save a little time at the park entrances. The park is open 24/7 so if you enter early or late you can purchase a pass or show it when exiting the park. Cellular service is limited in the park so plan to download maps before entering the park or to use paper maps. There is no running water in the park so bring plenty of drinking water; "vaulted" outhouse style toilets are available inside the park. We love hiking and have recommended a few easy to moderate hikes but you don’t need to hike to admire the beauty of the park; the views are stunning along the main road; just don’t forget you are on the main road:)
Hidden Valley is one of our favorite short hikes inside the National Park. It’s a one mile loop through amazing rock formations and Joshua Trees; it is great for all ages. There are many picnic areas spread out near the parking areas at the trail head with cool rocks to explore; we often don’t even go on the official trail because the views and the rocks to explore in the picnic area are so amazing. Because this is a popular place, be aware that the parking lot can reach capacity on weekends and holidays, plan to arrive early if you are visiting at those times.
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Hidden Valley Nature Trail
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Hidden Valley is one of our favorite short hikes inside the National Park. It’s a one mile loop through amazing rock formations and Joshua Trees; it is great for all ages. There are many picnic areas spread out near the parking areas at the trail head with cool rocks to explore; we often don’t even go on the official trail because the views and the rocks to explore in the picnic area are so amazing. Because this is a popular place, be aware that the parking lot can reach capacity on weekends and holidays, plan to arrive early if you are visiting at those times.
Explore the rocky desert landscape of Joshua Tree on the Barker Dam Trail, an easy 1.1 mile (1.8 km) loop. Wander through Joshua Tree's iconic monzogranite boulders, the namesake Joshua Trees, and past the historic Barker Dam. Visit a rock art site and experience human history from a respectful distance. Encounter rock climbers, spot wildlife big and small, scramble over boulders, and walk along desert washes. Catch a glimpse of the far-off San Gorgonio Mountain. View the plant life of the Mojave Desert, including Joshua Trees, creosote, Mojave Yucca, pinon pines, and more. This trail is probably the most popular in the park. If you are visiting on weekend or holidays plan on getting in early (or late) as the parking lot can fill up. Even on a peak weekend it is amazing how quickly you can find desert solitude just a few steps off the main trial or around a rock outcropping. Try not to let the crowds bum you out- plan ahead or choose a different hike on a busy day and appreciate the fact that millions of people are getting outside for a hike to enjoy the beauty of the natural world.
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Barker Dam
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Explore the rocky desert landscape of Joshua Tree on the Barker Dam Trail, an easy 1.1 mile (1.8 km) loop. Wander through Joshua Tree's iconic monzogranite boulders, the namesake Joshua Trees, and past the historic Barker Dam. Visit a rock art site and experience human history from a respectful distance. Encounter rock climbers, spot wildlife big and small, scramble over boulders, and walk along desert washes. Catch a glimpse of the far-off San Gorgonio Mountain. View the plant life of the Mojave Desert, including Joshua Trees, creosote, Mojave Yucca, pinon pines, and more. This trail is probably the most popular in the park. If you are visiting on weekend or holidays plan on getting in early (or late) as the parking lot can fill up. Even on a peak weekend it is amazing how quickly you can find desert solitude just a few steps off the main trial or around a rock outcropping. Try not to let the crowds bum you out- plan ahead or choose a different hike on a busy day and appreciate the fact that millions of people are getting outside for a hike to enjoy the beauty of the natural world.
Ryan Mountain is a moderate out and back hike to a round summit at the center of Joshua Tree National Park. The 3 mile round trip trail climbs 1,050 feet up a dirt trail with numerous stone steps. The sun-exposed trail crowns a 5,457-foot mountain with impressive panoramic views of the jumbled rock formations and Joshua Tree forests that surround the peak. The summit of Ryan Mountain is the best place to get a top-down view of the heart of the Park.
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Ryan Mountain Trail
Park Boulevard
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Ryan Mountain is a moderate out and back hike to a round summit at the center of Joshua Tree National Park. The 3 mile round trip trail climbs 1,050 feet up a dirt trail with numerous stone steps. The sun-exposed trail crowns a 5,457-foot mountain with impressive panoramic views of the jumbled rock formations and Joshua Tree forests that surround the peak. The summit of Ryan Mountain is the best place to get a top-down view of the heart of the Park.
Lost Horse Mine is a hardy relic of the California Gold Rush era and one of the best-preserved mines found in Joshua Tree National Park. The Lost Horse Mine, which produced more than 10,000 ounces of gold and 16,000 ounces of silver (worth approximately $5 million today) between 1894 and 1931. When the story of the Lost Horse Mine is told, it sounds like a western campfire tale: gun slinging cowboys, cattle rustlers, horse thieves, the lure of gold, and a sticky-fingered miner. While the mine is definitely the highlight of this hike, there are other gems to be discovered along the way. Lost Horse Mine is accessed either by hiking the entire loop around Lost Horse Mountain (6.7 miles), or by an easier out-and-back hike directly to the mine (4 miles round trip). The most challenging part of this hike is found on the full loop, climbing up the southeastern aspect of the mountain. The signage at the parking lot indicates that you should hike the loop clockwise, but some have suggested that hiking counter-clockwise is more enjoyable. That way you get the less inspiring wash slog done right away and save the highlights for the latter half of the hike. You can get more information and a map from rangers as well as abundant information about the hike on the internet.
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Lost Horse Mine Loop Trail
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Lost Horse Mine is a hardy relic of the California Gold Rush era and one of the best-preserved mines found in Joshua Tree National Park. The Lost Horse Mine, which produced more than 10,000 ounces of gold and 16,000 ounces of silver (worth approximately $5 million today) between 1894 and 1931. When the story of the Lost Horse Mine is told, it sounds like a western campfire tale: gun slinging cowboys, cattle rustlers, horse thieves, the lure of gold, and a sticky-fingered miner. While the mine is definitely the highlight of this hike, there are other gems to be discovered along the way. Lost Horse Mine is accessed either by hiking the entire loop around Lost Horse Mountain (6.7 miles), or by an easier out-and-back hike directly to the mine (4 miles round trip). The most challenging part of this hike is found on the full loop, climbing up the southeastern aspect of the mountain. The signage at the parking lot indicates that you should hike the loop clockwise, but some have suggested that hiking counter-clockwise is more enjoyable. That way you get the less inspiring wash slog done right away and save the highlights for the latter half of the hike. You can get more information and a map from rangers as well as abundant information about the hike on the internet.
This popular scenic overlook perched on the crest of the Little San Bernardino Mountains, provides panoramic views of the Coachella Valley and is well worth the 20-minute drive from Park Boulevard down Keys View Road. This is a scenic overlook, no hiking required but you can walk along some short usage trails on the ridge.
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Keys View
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This popular scenic overlook perched on the crest of the Little San Bernardino Mountains, provides panoramic views of the Coachella Valley and is well worth the 20-minute drive from Park Boulevard down Keys View Road. This is a scenic overlook, no hiking required but you can walk along some short usage trails on the ridge.
If you want to get off the beaten path the Covington Flat area is for you. It is a much less visited part of the National Park with no entrance gate or improvements just a dusty desert road leading high into the little San Bernardino Mountains. You will see some of the largest Joshua Trees in the Park here and very few if any other people. The Covington Crest trail is approximately 12 bumpy miles (35-45 minutes) from the last bit of pavement. The trail is 1.6 miles with stunning views of the Coachella Valley below at the end. Out-and-back its a 3.2mile round trip that is mostly flat making a nice easy stretch of the legs after the drive. High clearance vehicles are not necessary but recommended, bring plenty of water and don't expect cellular phone service or roadside assistance.
Covington Crest Trailhead
If you want to get off the beaten path the Covington Flat area is for you. It is a much less visited part of the National Park with no entrance gate or improvements just a dusty desert road leading high into the little San Bernardino Mountains. You will see some of the largest Joshua Trees in the Park here and very few if any other people. The Covington Crest trail is approximately 12 bumpy miles (35-45 minutes) from the last bit of pavement. The trail is 1.6 miles with stunning views of the Coachella Valley below at the end. Out-and-back its a 3.2mile round trip that is mostly flat making a nice easy stretch of the legs after the drive. High clearance vehicles are not necessary but recommended, bring plenty of water and don't expect cellular phone service or roadside assistance.
If you are looking for a moderate to easy hike with fewer crowds this is the one. Its closer to the North Entrance and gets far less use than Barker Dam and Hidden Valley so its perfect for those busy weekend and holidays when the line at the west entrance is long and the parking lots at the other trailheads are full. The loop is approximately 2 miles with not much elevation gain. The rock formations and views are second to none and you are much more likely to find that desert solitude you came for here.
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Split Rock Loop Trail
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If you are looking for a moderate to easy hike with fewer crowds this is the one. Its closer to the North Entrance and gets far less use than Barker Dam and Hidden Valley so its perfect for those busy weekend and holidays when the line at the west entrance is long and the parking lots at the other trailheads are full. The loop is approximately 2 miles with not much elevation gain. The rock formations and views are second to none and you are much more likely to find that desert solitude you came for here.
This is a small hike with big views and few people. Indian Cove is a separate enclave not connected to the central part of the National Park making it a great option for busy days in the National Park. Indian Cove is located between the town of Joshua Tree and Twentynine Palms. The nature trail is accessed by driving through the Indian Cove National Park campground approximately 4 miles from the highway. There are few of the iconic Joshua Trees in this area, but the rock formations and views across the valley are unparalleled. The trail is a loop that is less than a mile, but there is plenty of exploring and rock scrambling to do near the trail head to make it worth the visit.
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Indian Cove Nature Trail
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This is a small hike with big views and few people. Indian Cove is a separate enclave not connected to the central part of the National Park making it a great option for busy days in the National Park. Indian Cove is located between the town of Joshua Tree and Twentynine Palms. The nature trail is accessed by driving through the Indian Cove National Park campground approximately 4 miles from the highway. There are few of the iconic Joshua Trees in this area, but the rock formations and views across the valley are unparalleled. The trail is a loop that is less than a mile, but there is plenty of exploring and rock scrambling to do near the trail head to make it worth the visit.

Dog (and people) Friendly Hikes Outside of the National Park

A lot of our guests bring furry friends so we wanted to share some places we take our dog. Dogs are allowed in the National Park, but only leashed, within 100 ft. of roadways, campsites, and picnic areas. In national parks, the native wildlife has priority. It is not possible to go for a trail hike with your dog inside the National Park.
Also know as Section 6, this Bureau of Land Management (BLM) land is managed by the County of San Bernardino as the Desert View Conservation Area (easily found on google maps.) It is a great spot close to town for a hike when you don’t want to go all the way into the National Park. Additionally dogs and mountain bikes are allowed on the trails, unlike trails inside the National Park. You’ll see boulders, Joshua Trees and native wildlife. The views at sunset are stunning and it is usually uncrowded. There is no fee for entry. Keep in mind the gates are locked from sunset to sunrise.
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Desert View Conservation Area
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Also know as Section 6, this Bureau of Land Management (BLM) land is managed by the County of San Bernardino as the Desert View Conservation Area (easily found on google maps.) It is a great spot close to town for a hike when you don’t want to go all the way into the National Park. Additionally dogs and mountain bikes are allowed on the trails, unlike trails inside the National Park. You’ll see boulders, Joshua Trees and native wildlife. The views at sunset are stunning and it is usually uncrowded. There is no fee for entry. Keep in mind the gates are locked from sunset to sunrise.
This is hiking trail where dogs are welcome at the corner of Mountain View Trail and Sunny Vista Rd. It is in a neighborhood and there is street parking only. Please respect the posted rules, keep your dog on a leash, pick up your dog poop and stay on the marked trails to ensure this area remains open to dogs and people in the future.
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Friendly Hills Hike
60889 Mountain View Trail
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This is hiking trail where dogs are welcome at the corner of Mountain View Trail and Sunny Vista Rd. It is in a neighborhood and there is street parking only. Please respect the posted rules, keep your dog on a leash, pick up your dog poop and stay on the marked trails to ensure this area remains open to dogs and people in the future.
Nancy Karl Trail is a lollipop loop trail named after the former director of the Mojave Desert Land Trust. There are several tracks to follow; you can follow it up a rocky hillside or follow it over to where it connects with the Friendly Hills Hike.
Nancy Karl Trailhead
61008 Skyline Drive
Nancy Karl Trail is a lollipop loop trail named after the former director of the Mojave Desert Land Trust. There are several tracks to follow; you can follow it up a rocky hillside or follow it over to where it connects with the Friendly Hills Hike.

Playgrounds and public parks

When you travel with kids sometimes you need a cactus free place for them to get the wiggles out- if you know you know;)
Sunburst Park is located at 6171 Sunburst Ave. in Joshua Tree. The park is home to the Joshua Tree Community Center and features two tennis courts, basketball courts, ball fields (one with turf), a racket ball court, a water play park, a ½ mile walking trail, playgrounds, and a skate park. Various shaded picnic areas with barbecues are also on site. Sunburst Park is home to the areas only Water Play Park. Water features and fountains cycle through a series of events guaranteed to get participants wet and provide many fun memories.
Joshua Tree Community Center
6171 Sunburst Street
Sunburst Park is located at 6171 Sunburst Ave. in Joshua Tree. The park is home to the Joshua Tree Community Center and features two tennis courts, basketball courts, ball fields (one with turf), a racket ball court, a water play park, a ½ mile walking trail, playgrounds, and a skate park. Various shaded picnic areas with barbecues are also on site. Sunburst Park is home to the areas only Water Play Park. Water features and fountains cycle through a series of events guaranteed to get participants wet and provide many fun memories.
Friendly Hills Park is located just south of Friendly Hills Elementary School on Sunny Vista Rd. in Joshua Tree. Besides offering a beautiful view of the area, this Park features several playground areas, as well as a shaded picnic area with barbecues.
Joshua Tree Friendly Hills Park
7888 Sunny Vista Road
Friendly Hills Park is located just south of Friendly Hills Elementary School on Sunny Vista Rd. in Joshua Tree. Besides offering a beautiful view of the area, this Park features several playground areas, as well as a shaded picnic area with barbecues.

Food and Beverage Scene

Great grab and go sandwiches baked goods, coffee and small plates that are perfect for picnics in the park. It is a bit pricey but high quality food can be hard to find in the area. It is a popular spot but don’t let the crowds outside deter you too badly because during Covid times they only allow two people inside and they ask you to wait for you order outside. https://www.dezfinefood.com/
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The DEZ fine food - grab & go
61705 Twentynine Palms Highway
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Great grab and go sandwiches baked goods, coffee and small plates that are perfect for picnics in the park. It is a bit pricey but high quality food can be hard to find in the area. It is a popular spot but don’t let the crowds outside deter you too badly because during Covid times they only allow two people inside and they ask you to wait for you order outside. https://www.dezfinefood.com/
This family owned and operated popular venue has been around for 30 years. They have a big menu and are famous for fish tacos and BBQ. They have indoor and outdoor dinning. They have live music on Wednesday, Friday & Saturday nights and Sunday afternoons. Open Mic Tuesdays and Karaoke on Thursdays, check because the schedule may vary.
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Joshua Tree Saloon
61835 Twentynine Palms Highway
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This family owned and operated popular venue has been around for 30 years. They have a big menu and are famous for fish tacos and BBQ. They have indoor and outdoor dinning. They have live music on Wednesday, Friday & Saturday nights and Sunday afternoons. Open Mic Tuesdays and Karaoke on Thursdays, check because the schedule may vary.
Our go to spot for big fresh salads, wraps, and smoothies. Sam’s favorite is the chopped salad with avocado and Dave likes the black bean burger and lavender lemonade. They offer pb&j for kids. For take out, we recommend calling in your order as wait times can be over 30 minutes on weekends. This is a breakfast and lunch spot which closes at 2 pm. Summer and winter hours vary. Take a look at the menu online and call in your order with this number:760-366-3600 https://naturalsisterscafe.com/
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Natural Sisters Cafe
61695 Twentynine Palms Highway
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Our go to spot for big fresh salads, wraps, and smoothies. Sam’s favorite is the chopped salad with avocado and Dave likes the black bean burger and lavender lemonade. They offer pb&j for kids. For take out, we recommend calling in your order as wait times can be over 30 minutes on weekends. This is a breakfast and lunch spot which closes at 2 pm. Summer and winter hours vary. Take a look at the menu online and call in your order with this number:760-366-3600 https://naturalsisterscafe.com/
Specialty coffee and their beautifully packaged beans make for good souvenirs. https://jtcoffee.com/
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Joshua Tree Coffee Company
61738 Twentynine Palms Highway
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Specialty coffee and their beautifully packaged beans make for good souvenirs. https://jtcoffee.com/
Up and coming hot spot in Twentynine Palms. Unique small plates menu in a creative space. They often have live music and host comedy nights, check their website for details. It’s popular so do make a reservation they use Open Table for online reservations: https://www.opentable.com/r/kitchen-in-the-desert-twentynine-palms
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Kitchen in the Desert
6427 Mesquite Ave
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Up and coming hot spot in Twentynine Palms. Unique small plates menu in a creative space. They often have live music and host comedy nights, check their website for details. It’s popular so do make a reservation they use Open Table for online reservations: https://www.opentable.com/r/kitchen-in-the-desert-twentynine-palms
Affordable and delicious street tacos in Twentynine Palms. We like grabbing lunch here after a hike in Indian Cove or when passing through the parks North Entrance.
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Mexican Street Tacos
73768 Gorgonio Dr
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Affordable and delicious street tacos in Twentynine Palms. We like grabbing lunch here after a hike in Indian Cove or when passing through the parks North Entrance.
Joshua Tree Brewery specializes in great tasting, original recipe beers. As of July 2021, they are only open twice a week: Fri – 4pm – 9pm (to-go & beer garden only) Sat – 12pm – 6pm (to-go & beer garden only) Check their website to see what's on tap this week and if they have a food truck. https://www.joshuatreebrewery.com/
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Joshua Tree Brewery
6393 Sunset Road
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Joshua Tree Brewery specializes in great tasting, original recipe beers. As of July 2021, they are only open twice a week: Fri – 4pm – 9pm (to-go & beer garden only) Sat – 12pm – 6pm (to-go & beer garden only) Check their website to see what's on tap this week and if they have a food truck. https://www.joshuatreebrewery.com/
A modern California diner with a broad menu ranging from burgers and sandwiches to tacos and salads. They have a kids' menu and serve beer and wine but serving up breakfast classics like French toast, pancakes, omelettes, huevos rancheros, and strong coffee till 2pm daily is their strong suit. https://crossroadscafejtree.com/
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Crossroads Cafe
61715 Twentynine Palms Highway
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A modern California diner with a broad menu ranging from burgers and sandwiches to tacos and salads. They have a kids' menu and serve beer and wine but serving up breakfast classics like French toast, pancakes, omelettes, huevos rancheros, and strong coffee till 2pm daily is their strong suit. https://crossroadscafejtree.com/
A new craft distillery focused on desert-inspired spirits and sodas using local botanicals and natural ingredients. Open Thursday through Sunday for tasting, tours and sales. https://www.joshuatreedistillingco.com/
Joshua Tree Distilling Company
58945 Bus Center Drive
A new craft distillery focused on desert-inspired spirits and sodas using local botanicals and natural ingredients. Open Thursday through Sunday for tasting, tours and sales. https://www.joshuatreedistillingco.com/
Great little shop with a curated selection of beer wine and liquor. You can pre- order online: https://www.joshuatreebottleshop.com
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Joshua Tree Bottle Shop
61707 Twentynine Palms Highway
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Great little shop with a curated selection of beer wine and liquor. You can pre- order online: https://www.joshuatreebottleshop.com
Food for thought is a great vegetarian cafe serving breakfast and lunch in a historic Frank Loyd right designed dinning hall at the Joshua Tree retreat center that is newly opened to the public for dinning.
Food for Thought Café
59700 Twentynine Palms Highway
Food for thought is a great vegetarian cafe serving breakfast and lunch in a historic Frank Loyd right designed dinning hall at the Joshua Tree retreat center that is newly opened to the public for dinning.

Yoga and Sound Healing

A local studio with indoor, outdoor and online classes. Check website for latest schedule: https://www.untamedyogastudio.com/
Untamed Yoga
61607 Twentynine Palms Highway
A local studio with indoor, outdoor and online classes. Check website for latest schedule: https://www.untamedyogastudio.com/
The Integratron offers sound baths for a sonically healing experience of Tibetan bowls and other blissed-out instruments. There's more to the white domed tabernacle building than just sound baths. If astral planes and paranormal activity are more your thing, you may be interested to know the Integratron was reportedly built by founder George Van Tassel, ufologist and “contactee,” with direct instructions telepathically received from Venusian friends. https://www.integratron.com
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Integratron
2477 Belfield Boulevard
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The Integratron offers sound baths for a sonically healing experience of Tibetan bowls and other blissed-out instruments. There's more to the white domed tabernacle building than just sound baths. If astral planes and paranormal activity are more your thing, you may be interested to know the Integratron was reportedly built by founder George Van Tassel, ufologist and “contactee,” with direct instructions telepathically received from Venusian friends. https://www.integratron.com

Art Sceen

In the 1970s and 1980s, Noah Purifoy was one of Los Angeles’s most successful artists. But in 1989, he moved to the desert and began work on his outdoor museum. On 10 acres of land, he crafted more than 10 acres' worth of sculptures, assemblages, and installations mostly from found material. The works have mostly been left to the elements since Purifoy passed away in 2004, but the weather-beaten look just adds to the charm. It has to be seen to be believed. It is open to the public every day sunrise to sunset free of charge. You can grab a brochure and take a self-guided tour-they ask that you sign in at the kiosk. Well behaved dog are allowed they ask that you keep them on a leash and clean up after them. http://www.noahpurifoy.com/joshua-tree-outdoor-museum
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Noah Purifoy Outdoor Desert Art Museum
62975 Blair Lane
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In the 1970s and 1980s, Noah Purifoy was one of Los Angeles’s most successful artists. But in 1989, he moved to the desert and began work on his outdoor museum. On 10 acres of land, he crafted more than 10 acres' worth of sculptures, assemblages, and installations mostly from found material. The works have mostly been left to the elements since Purifoy passed away in 2004, but the weather-beaten look just adds to the charm. It has to be seen to be believed. It is open to the public every day sunrise to sunset free of charge. You can grab a brochure and take a self-guided tour-they ask that you sign in at the kiosk. Well behaved dog are allowed they ask that you keep them on a leash and clean up after them. http://www.noahpurifoy.com/joshua-tree-outdoor-museum
Fine Arts Gallery located in downtown Joshua Tree, Ca. Paintings, sculpture, & photography Open every weekend & open week day by appointment. https://joshuatreeartgallery.com
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Joshua Tree Art Gallery
61607 Twentynine Palms Highway
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Fine Arts Gallery located in downtown Joshua Tree, Ca. Paintings, sculpture, & photography Open every weekend & open week day by appointment. https://joshuatreeartgallery.com

Music and special events

“The legendary Pappy + Harriet’s Pioneertown Palace has been delighting locals and travelers alike since 1982, with its mesquite barbeque, live music, dancing, and friendly service.” This place started as a Hollywood move set in the 1940’s, became an outlaw biker/ burrito bar in the 70’s before becoming the more family friendly Pappy and Harriets in the 80’s. It changed hands several times and has grown over the years but it still has soul. Internationally famous acts ranging from Paul McCartney to Lizzo, Lorde, Lucinda Williams, Arctic Monkeys, Robert Plant, to the Pixies have graced the large outdoor stage over the last decade as well as rocking local bands entertain guests at the restaurant stage. Check the website for more information https://pappyandharriets.com/events/ Limited INDOOR + OUTDOOR DINE IN. *Expect a wait for tables during peak business hours. Check their website but they are not accepting reservations at time of this writing.
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Pappy & Harriet's
53688 Pioneertown Road
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“The legendary Pappy + Harriet’s Pioneertown Palace has been delighting locals and travelers alike since 1982, with its mesquite barbeque, live music, dancing, and friendly service.” This place started as a Hollywood move set in the 1940’s, became an outlaw biker/ burrito bar in the 70’s before becoming the more family friendly Pappy and Harriets in the 80’s. It changed hands several times and has grown over the years but it still has soul. Internationally famous acts ranging from Paul McCartney to Lizzo, Lorde, Lucinda Williams, Arctic Monkeys, Robert Plant, to the Pixies have graced the large outdoor stage over the last decade as well as rocking local bands entertain guests at the restaurant stage. Check the website for more information https://pappyandharriets.com/events/ Limited INDOOR + OUTDOOR DINE IN. *Expect a wait for tables during peak business hours. Check their website but they are not accepting reservations at time of this writing.
Outdoor venue for live drive in concerts. Check website for up coming events: https://monpetitmojave.com
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Mon Petit Mojave
0 Sun Mesa Drive
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Outdoor venue for live drive in concerts. Check website for up coming events: https://monpetitmojave.com
Bi-annual “burning man” style music festival held in may and October. https://joshuatreemusicfestival.com
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Joshua Tree Music Festival
2601 Sunfair Rd
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Bi-annual “burning man” style music festival held in may and October. https://joshuatreemusicfestival.com