Where do people stay Joshua Tree?
How much does it cost to stay at Joshua Tree?
The average price of a 7-day trip to Joshua Tree National Park is $2,972 for a solo traveler, $5,338 for a couple, and $10,007 for a family of 4. Joshua Tree National Park hotels range from $122 to $558 per night with an average of $216, while most vacation rentals will cost $360 to $870 per night for the entire home.
Can you stay inside Joshua Tree National Park?
There is no lodging available inside Joshua Tree National Park. If you want to stay in the park, camping is the way to go. And if you have your heart set on camping but the sites in the park are full, there are privately-run campgrounds outside the park.
The Invisible House is just two hours southeast of Los Angeles, and it can be rented for $1,000 an hour.
The Joshua Tree House is a two bed two bath 1949 hacienda located near the west entrance of Joshua Tree National Park in Joshua Tree, CA.
Driving Tour Through Joshua Tree National Park. From the entrance you will head south on Park Boulevard which is the main road through Joshua Tree National Park into Hidden Valley. The area known as Hidden Valley is filled with countless jumbles of HUGE boulders as far as the eye can see!
Camping Backcountry campsites must be at least one mile from the road and 500 feet from trails and water sources (animals will avoid their water holes at night if they see you near them). Fires are prohibited in the backcountry, so bring a stove to heat water and food. Planning a backpacking trip in Joshua Tree?
You are permitted to back country camp anywhere inside Joshua Tree National Park so long as… Your camp is located at least one mile away from a road, Your camp is located at least 500 feet away from a hiking trail, Your camp is located outside of a day-use area (picnic area, view point, visitor center, etc.)