Joshua Tree National Park Nature Trails

Arch Rock

.3-mile loop

(.5-km) White Tank Campground,

oposite site #9

Bajada

All Access .25-mile loop

(.4-km) one-half mile from the southern entrance

Barker Dam

1.1-mile loop

(1.8-km) Barker Dam parking area

Cap Rock

.4-mile loop

(.6-km) junction of Park Blvd. and

Keys View Road

Cholla Garden

.25-mile loop

(.4-km) 20 miles north of Cottonwood

Visitor Center

Cottonwood Spring

1-mile

(1.6-km) Cottonwood Spring parking

Hidden Valley

1-mile loop

(1.6-km) Hidden Valley picnic area

High View

1.3-mile loop

(2.1-km) northwest of Black Rock

Campground

Indian Cove

.6-mile loop

(1-km) west end of Indian Cove

Campground

Keys View

.25-mile loop

(.4-km) Keys View

Oasis of Mara

.5-mile loop (.8-km) Oasis Visitor Center

Skull Rock

.25-mile

(.4-km) Jumbo Rocks Campground,

beyond loop E

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