The desert region of San Bernardino County is expansive, covering millions of acres across Joshua Tree and the Mojave Desert National Preserve until it reaches the California border. The serenely spiritual landscape of the desert attracts visitors from all over the globe 365 days a year.
San Bernardino County’s Joshua Tree offers a special escape for outdoor adventurers, family and leisure travelers alike. Families come from all over the world to experience Joshua Tree National Park to go climbing, hiking, biking, or to enjoy unobstructed views, golf, shop, or stargaze. With nearly 100 unique places to stay from B&Bs to snug bungalows, Joshua Tree offers a truly different experience of relaxing and rejuvenation activities ranging from a mecca of spas, music, history, culture, and art.
Twentynine Palms is the desert oasis that operates as a gateway to Joshua Tree National Park. Twentynine Palms is home to one of the last outdoor drive-in movie theatres in California, with unique places to stay, museums, stargazing observatory, shopping, and the nearby Twentynine Palms Marine Base.
Located in the Mojave Desert, which has been called one of the most beautiful places in the world by National Geographic with its carpets of colorful wildflowers, singing sand dunes, volcanic cinder cone, and the historic Route 66 highway, there really is something for everyone.