Tips for Planning the Perfect Summer Vacation at Joshua Tree National Park
According to USA Today , this desert oasis brings in 3 million visitors each year.
People arrive at Joshua Tree National Park to hike, climb, and explore the vast landscape, bizarre reaching trees, and everything it has to offer in recreation.
Its name comes from the oddly shaped, slow-growing Joshua tree which was named by Mormon settlers that were traveling through the Mojave Desert in the 1800s. They envisioned the biblical story of Joshua in which he reaches toward the sky as…