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Plan to spend quite a few hours if not all day enjoying the Park. Stop by the Visitor Center on Park near the 62 to purchase a day pass for $30 or annual for $55 and pick up a park map. Bring plenty of water and snacks. Also know that you will not have much, if any, cell service in the park. …
The National Park is so close that you can easily visit at night for super star gazing and/or check out the lights of Palm Springs at Keys View. The West entrance is 1/2 mile from the Quails Nest.
About 45 minutes away is this great national park with the famous Joshua trees. Many trails for hiking.
The treasure of the high desert. Lots of great day hikes, panoramic views, rock climbing, overnight camping. Truly spectacular. Recommended places in the Park: Hidden Valley Trail Barker Dam Ryan Mountain Trail Cholla Garden Skull Rock Keys View
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“American food- barbeque with great cheese fries and cocktails. Restaurant bar with live bands. Closed Tuesday and Wednesday. Located in Pioneertown which has a frontier town feel with a little main street you can walk down and shop. It looks like a western movie set and movies are filmed here. ”
“Visit the Integratrons website to fully understand what it is all about; it has an interesting history. If you are adventurous, book a 'sound bath." They are usually booked solid, so if you are considering a sound bath here, book as early as possible.”
“A desert spectacle. A free outdoor museum / sculpture garden created over many years by Noah Purifoy, pioneer of the desert art scene. A must for sure.”
“Very flavorful and fresh food offerings. Interesting people watching, friendly and chic. Get there early to avoid long waits. ”
“Located in Old Town Yucca Valley, this restaurant is one of my favorites. Stop for a coffee or lunch and enjoy the quality food and hip atmosphere. There are some really cute shops in easy walking distance. ”