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73950 Inn Avenue, Twentynine Palms, CA 92277
Phone (760) 367-3505  FAX (760) 367-4425
email: theoasis@29palmsinn.com

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On the Oasis of Mara
73950 Inn Avenue,
Twentynine Palms, CA 92277

Phone (760) 367-3505 
FAX (760) 367-4425
email: theoasis@29palmsinn.com
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Explore nearly 800,000 acres of some of the most fascinating geology found in the California desert.
Rugged mountains of twisted rock and exposed granite monoliths testify to the tremendous earth
forces that shaped and formed this land. Enjoy rock climbing, hiking, camping, birding, star gazing and
an incredible landscape nature photography.

We suggest that everyone begin their tour at the Joshua Tree National Park Oasis Visitors Center
which is a short walk from the 29 Palms Inn and open daily from 8am to 5pm. You will have the
chance to chat with Park Staff who will provide you with current information about conditions and
help you plan your visit through the park.
www.nps.gov/jotr
If you have a few hours or less:
With limited time you値l likely want to stay
on the main park roads where you値l be able
to stop at one of many pullouts that have
wayside exhibits. There are a variety of
short walks and nature trails you can visit
during a short trip into the park, many of
which are less than 1 mile loops. Check out
the current visitors guide for maps and trail
descriptions.
Walk the Hidden Valley Nature Trail at Joshua Tree National Park
Ranger programs at Joshua Tree National Park
If you plan to spend an entire day:
Over the course of a full day in the park
you値l have the chance to walk a few nature
trails or explore some of the longer hiking
trails that range from 3 miles to 16 miles. Be
sure to check out the schedule online to see
if you can sign up for a ranger-led program
which are fun, interactive, and help you get
the most out of your park visit.
Hidden Valley Nature Trail & Picnic Area
Sign up for a Ranger Program in the park

Mojave National Preserve

Death Valley

Desert sand dunes, volcanic cinder cones, and carpets of wildflowers are all found at this 1.6 million-
acre park. A visit to its canyons, mountains and mesas will reveal long-abandoned mines,
homesteads, rock-walled military outposts and vast open Mojave Desert Wilderness.

Located 1  1/2 hour north of Twentynine Palms, the Mojave National Preserve provides serenity and
solitude - an escape from modern urban life.

Visit the official Mojave National Preserve website for additional park information.
Death Valley is part of the Mojave Desert and is the lowest and driest area in North America. Death
Valley's Badwater Basin is the point of the lowest elevation in North America at 282 feet below sea
level. Death Valley's Furnace Creek holds the record for the highest reliably reported air temperature
in the world, 134 ーF (56.7 ーC) on July 10, 1913. 

This vast national park has over 3 million-acres of designated wilderness with an amazing variety of
terrain, historic sites, plants and animals for outdoor adventurers to explore. With nearly one
thousand miles of paved and dirt backcountry roads there are lots of opportunities for recreation and
exploration.

Located 4 1/2 hours north of Twentynine Palms, CA.

Visit the Death Valley National Park Service website for additional park information and plan your
visit today.
Sign up for a Desert Institute Class
Take advantage of a wide range of programs that include educational adventures, seminars, family
programs and courses on hiking, survival skills, creative arts in the park, natural science and cultural
history. These courses enable participants to experience the park in an engaging way alongside
expert instructors who provide a personal and fun learning experience on these educational
experiences. Check out the Desert Institutes current class schedule online.
Joshua Tree National Park Association
Joshua Tree National Park Association is a nonprofit
organization formed to assist with preservation, education,
historical and scientific programs for the benefit of Joshua
Tree National Park and its visitors.
Field Class with the Joshua Tree National Park Association
Caruthers Canyon (NPS Photo)
Caruthers Canyon Mojave National Preserve NPS Photo
Caruthers Canyon (NPS Photo)
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Joshua Tree National Park

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The Great National Parks of Southern California

The Great National Parks

of Southern California

The Great National Parks

of Southern California

Joshua Tree

National Park

Joshua Tree National Park
Rock formations
Explore nearly 800,000 acres of some of the most fascinating geology found in the
California desert. Rugged mountains of twisted rock and exposed granite monoliths testify
to the tremendous earth forces that shaped and formed this land. Enjoy rock climbing,
hiking, camping, birding, star gazing and an incredible landscape nature photography.

We suggest that everyone begin their tour at the Joshua Tree National Park Oasis Visitors
Center which is a short walk from the 29 Palms Inn and open daily from 8am to 5pm. You
will have the chance to chat with Park Staff who will provide you with current information
about conditions and help you plan your visit through the park.
www.nps.gov/jotr
Explore nearly 800,000 acres of some of the most fascinating
geology found in the California desert. Rugged mountains of twisted
rock and exposed granite monoliths testify to the tremendous earth
forces that shaped and formed this land. Enjoy rock climbing, hiking,
camping, birding, star gazing and an incredible landscape nature
photography.

We suggest that everyone begin their tour at the Joshua Tree
National Park Oasis Visitors Center which is a short walk from the 29
Palms Inn and open daily from 8am to 5pm. You will have the chance
to chat with Park Staff who will provide you with current information
about conditions and help you plan your visit through the park.
www.nps.gov/jotr
Explore nearly 800,000 acres of some of the most
fascinating geology found in the California desert.
Rugged mountains of twisted rock and exposed granite
monoliths testify to the tremendous earth forces that
shaped and formed this land. Enjoy rock climbing, hiking,
camping, birding, star gazing and an incredible
landscape nature photography.

We suggest that everyone begin their tour at the Joshua
Tree National Park Oasis Visitors Center which is a
short walk from the 29 Palms Inn and open daily from
8am to 5pm. You will have the chance to chat with Park
Staff who will provide you with current information
about conditions and help you plan your visit through
the park.
www.nps.gov/jotr
Explore nearly 800,000 acres of some
of the most fascinating geology found
in the California desert. Rugged
mountains of twisted rock and
exposed granite monoliths testify to
the tremendous earth forces that
shaped and formed this land. Enjoy
rock climbing, hiking, camping,
birding, star gazing and an incredible
landscape nature photography.

We suggest that everyone begin their
tour at the Joshua Tree National Park
Oasis Visitors Center which is a short
walk from the 29 Palms Inn and open
daily from 8am to 5pm. You will have
the chance to chat with Park Staff who
will provide you with current
information about conditions and help
you plan your visit through the park.
www.nps.gov/jotr
If you have a few hours or less:
With limited time you値l likely want to stay on the main park roads
where you値l be able to stop at one of many pullouts that have
wayside exhibits. There are a variety of short walks and nature
trails you can visit during a short trip into the park, many of which
are less than 1 mile loops. Check out the current visitors guide for
maps and trail descriptions.
If you have a few hours or less:
With limited time you値l likely want to stay on the main
park roads where you値l be able to stop at one of many
pullouts that have wayside exhibits. There are a variety
of short walks and nature trails you can visit during a
short trip into the park, many of which are less than 1
mile loops. Check out the current visitors guide for
maps and trail descriptions.
If you have a few hours or less:
With limited time you値l likely want to
stay on the main park roads where
you値l be able to stop at one of many
pullouts that have wayside exhibits.
There are a variety of short walks and
nature trails you can visit during a
short trip into the park, many of
which are less than 1 mile loops.
Check out the current visitors guide
for maps and trail descriptions.
Hidden Valley Nature Trail & Picnic Area
If you plan to spend an entire day:
Over the course of a full day in the park you値l have the chance to
walk a few nature trails or explore some of the longer hiking trails
that range from 3 miles to 16 miles. Be sure to check out the schedule
online to see if you can sign up for a ranger-led program which are
fun, interactive, and help you get the most out of your park visit.
If you plan to spend an entire day:
Over the course of a full day in the park you値l have the
chance to walk a few nature trails or explore some of
the longer hiking trails that range from 3 miles to 16
miles. Be sure to check out the schedule online to see
if you can sign up for a ranger-led program which are
fun, interactive, and help you get the most out of your
park visit.
If you plan to spend an entire day:
Over the course of a full day in the
park you値l have the chance to walk a
few nature trails or explore some of
the longer hiking trails that range from
3 miles to 16 miles. Be sure to check
out the schedule online to see if you
can sign up for a ranger-led program
which are fun, interactive, and help
you get the most out of your park visit.
Sign up for a Ranger Program in the park
Sign up for a
Desert Institute Class
Joshua Tree National Park Association
is a nonprofit organization formed to
assist with preservation, education,
historical and scientific programs for
the benefit of Joshua Tree National
Park and its visitors.
Take advantage of a wide range of programs that include educational adventures,
seminars, family programs and courses on hiking, survival skills, creative arts in the park,
natural science and cultural history. These courses enable participants to experience the
park in an engaging way alongside expert instructors who provide a personal and fun
learning experience on these educational experiences. Check out the Desert Institutes
current class schedule online.
Take advantage of a wide range of programs that include educational
adventures, seminars, family programs and courses on hiking, survival
skills, creative arts in the park, natural science and cultural history.
These courses enable participants to experience the park in an
engaging way alongside expert instructors who provide a personal and
fun learning experience on these educational experiences. Check out
the Desert Institutes current class schedule online.
Take advantage of a wide range of programs that
include educational adventures, seminars, family
programs and courses on hiking, survival skills, creative
arts in the park, natural science and cultural history.
These courses enable participants to experience the
park in an engaging way alongside expert instructors
who provide a personal and fun learning experience on
these educational experiences. Check out the Desert
Institutes current class schedule online.
Take advantage of a wide range of
programs that include educational
adventures, seminars, family programs
and courses on hiking, survival skills,
creative arts in the park, natural
science and cultural history. These
courses enable participants to
experience the park in an engaging
way alongside expert instructors who
provide a personal and fun learning
experience on these educational
experiences. Check out the Desert
Institutes current
class schedule online.

Mojave

National Preserve

Caruthers Canyon Mojave National Preserve NPS Photo
Caruthers Canyon (NPS Photo)
Desert sand dunes, volcanic cinder cones, and carpets of wildflowers are all found at
this 1.6 million-acre park. A visit to its canyons, mountains and mesas will reveal long-
abandoned mines, homesteads, rock-walled military outposts and vast open Mojave
Desert Wilderness.

Located 1  1/2 hour north of Twentynine Palms, the Mojave National Preserve provides
serenity and solitude - an escape from modern urban life.

Visit the official Mojave National Preserve website for additional park information.
Desert sand dunes, volcanic cinder cones, and carpets of wildflowers
are all found at this 1.6 million-acre park. A visit to its canyons,
mountains and mesas will reveal long-abandoned mines,
homesteads, rock-walled military outposts and vast open Mojave
Desert Wilderness.

Located 1  1/2 hour north of Twentynine Palms, the Mojave National
Preserve provides serenity and solitude - an escape from modern
urban life.

Visit the official Mojave National Preserve website for additional
park information.
Desert sand dunes, volcanic cinder cones, and carpets
of wildflowers are all found at this 1.6 million-acre
park. A visit to its canyons, mountains and mesas will
reveal long-abandoned mines, homesteads, rock-
walled military outposts and vast open Mojave Desert
Wilderness.

Located 1  1/2 hour north of Twentynine Palms, the
Mojave National Preserve provides serenity and
solitude - an escape from modern urban life.

Visit the official Mojave National Preserve website for
additional park information.
Desert sand dunes, volcanic cinder
cones, and carpets of wildflowers are
all found at this 1.6 million-acre park.
A visit to its canyons, mountains and
mesas will reveal long-abandoned
mines, homesteads, rock-walled
military outposts and vast open
Mojave Desert Wilderness.

Located 1  1/2 hour north of
Twentynine Palms, the Mojave
National Preserve provides serenity
and solitude - an escape from
modern urban life.

Visit the official
Mojave National Preserve website
for additional park information.
Salt Creek Pools at Death Valley NPS Photo
Salt Creek Pools (NPS Photo)
Death Valley is part of the Mojave Desert and is the lowest and driest area in North
America. Death Valley's Badwater Basin is the point of the lowest elevation in North
America at 282 feet below sea level. Death Valley's Furnace Creek holds the record for the
highest reliably reported air temperature in the world, 134 ーF (56.7 ーC) on July 10, 1913. 

This vast national park has over 3 million-acres of designated wilderness with an amazing
variety of terrain, historic sites, plants and animals for outdoor adventurers to explore.
With nearly one thousand miles of paved and dirt backcountry roads there are lots of
opportunities for recreation and exploration.

Located 4 1/2 hours north of Twentynine Palms, CA.

Visit the Death Valley National Park Service website for additional park information and
plan your visit today.
Death Valley is part of the Mojave Desert and is the lowest and driest
area in North America. Death Valley's Badwater Basin is the point of
the lowest elevation in North America at 282 feet below sea level.
Death Valley's Furnace Creek holds the record for the highest reliably
reported air temperature in the world, 134 ーF (56.7 ーC) on July 10, 1913. 

This vast national park has over 3 million-acres of designated
wilderness with an amazing variety of terrain, historic sites, plants
and animals for outdoor adventurers to explore. With nearly one
thousand miles of paved and dirt backcountry roads there are lots of
opportunities for recreation and exploration.

Located 4 1/2 hours north of Twentynine Palms, CA.

Visit the Death Valley National Park Service website for additional
park information and plan your visit today.
Death Valley is part of the Mojave Desert and is the
lowest and driest area in North America. Death Valley's
Badwater Basin is the point of the lowest elevation in
North America at 282 feet below sea level. Death
Valley's Furnace Creek holds the record for the highest
reliably reported air temperature in the world, 134 ーF
(56.7 ーC) on July 10, 1913. 

This vast national park has over 3 million-acres of
designated wilderness with an amazing variety of
terrain, historic sites, plants and animals for outdoor
adventurers to explore. With nearly one thousand miles
of paved and dirt backcountry roads there are lots of
opportunities for recreation and exploration.

Located 4 1/2 hours north of Twentynine Palms, CA.

Visit the Death Valley National Park Service website for
additional park information and plan your visit today.
Death Valley is part of the Mojave
Desert and is the lowest and driest
area in North America. Death Valley's
Badwater Basin is the point of the
lowest elevation in North America at
282 feet below sea level. Death Valley's
Furnace Creek holds the record for the
highest reliably reported air
temperature in the world, 134 ーF (56.7 ー
C) on July 10, 1913. 

This vast national park has over 3
million-acres of designated wilderness
with an amazing variety of terrain,
historic sites, plants and animals for
outdoor adventurers to explore. With
nearly one thousand miles of paved and
dirt backcountry roads there are lots of
opportunities for recreation and
exploration.

Located 4 1/2 hours north of
Twentynine Palms, CA.

Visit the Death Valley National Park
Service website for additional park
information and plan your visit today.

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