Joshua Tree National Park is a beautiful specimen of the southwest. If you are visiting California be sure to head over to this amazing national park. It’s only a few hours away from the San Diego and Los Angelos area. Keys View, the cholla garden, skull rock, and Hidden Valley are just a few of the many interesting hikes you can explore.
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