Picnic Under Ancient Rock Formations
The mild winter climate, coupled with dramatic rock formations, scenic outlooks, desert plants, and wildlife, makes the Joshua Tree National Park a favorite among campers, hikers, backpackers, and day visitors from around the world. Hiking trails range in distance from .5 miles to 16 miles, camping sites abound in the most spectacular of natural venues, and picnic tables are readily available. For the equestrian, the Park offers 253 miles of backcountry trails for a horseback riding adventure at its finest.
Photo courtesy of Joanne DiBona