Within a 30-minute drive from the Oasis Visitor Center.
Best for self-contained campers. There are no toilets, showers, or potable water at this Hipcamp.
Lowkey camping in Joshua Tree, 20 minutes from the northside Joshua Tree National Park entrance.
No frills, just nature, peace, and quiet.
Journey into the desert, but not so far out that it's scary, there are some houses around, but not too close.
You will be able to see beautiful sun rises, sunsets, and jaw-dropping starry nights!
Please be respectful of the quietness, no loud music or parties.
This is a nature reserve so please be respectful of the plants and animals.
There are no paved roads out here, so you have to have a vehicle that can drive through some soft dirt and sand.
If you see a soft patch of sand, get momentum before you go over it and don't spin your wheels or you may dig yourself into a hole.
This might be obvious to some, but not for everyone.5 Acres Total of rural Joshua Tree camping just 20 minutes north east of Joshua Tree north side Visitor Entrance!
This is private property that allows you to van camp or RV camp and be close enough to town and the National Park that you have tons of stuff to do, but far enough away that you can get some peace and quiet and enjoy that calm cleansing feeling only the desert can provide.
Joshua Tree is the Closest National Park to Los Angeles & San Diego.
It's an Ancient Desert! It's bigger than the state of Rhode Island!
It's a real desert so be prepared! There isNO WATER (bring more than enough)NO ELECTRICITYNO STREET LIGHTSNO FOOD SERVICE (bring it)NO LODGING/HOTELS - only campingand NO CELL RECEPTION
Get an Annual Pass to the National Park and make it a family tradition!
Visit Intersection Rock & Arch Rock!
You can get a Tour Guide if you want to explore more!
World-Class Star Gazing!
Please note, these are not paved roads, these are dirt/sand roads, so large RV's are not recommended. 4-wheel drive is highly recommended as some areas are soft sand.
There are no lights, which is great for viewing stars, but makes navigating challenging so it is best to find the spot while it is light out.
Twentynine Palms, San Bernardino, California, United StatesTraditional, ancestral territory of Yuhaaviatam/Maarenga’yam (Serrano) and Newe Sogobia (Western Shoshone) First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking