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Attractions Near Hotel 29 Palms

Must See:

Joshua Tree National Park

Must Do:

Biking, Birding, Camping, Hiking, Horseback Riding, Rock Climbing, Star Gazing in Joshua Tree National Park.
Spring: Pioneer Day, National Park Art Festival, Hilltoppers Motorcycle Grand Prix, Carnival, Joshua Tree Music Festival, Cactus Festival, Joshua Tree Turtle Day
Summer: Street Fair Car Show
Fall: Art Festival, Buzzard Marathon and Weed Show

Hotels Near Joshua Tree National Park

Don't Go Home Without:

Visiting Joshua Tree National Park.


Exploring Big Morongo Canyon Preserve.
Drive-in Movie at Smith Ranch.

Visitor Information
Click here for High Desert Tourism Video Courtesy : Yucca Valley Chamber of Commerce

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Twentynine Palms Chamber of Commerce & Visitor's Bureau
Phone: 760 367 3445 or
Visit website at: www.29chamber.com
Address: 73660 Civic Center Dr., Suite D, Twentynine Palms, CA 92277
3 miles East of the Country Inn Twentynine Palms

Joshua Tree National Park / Oasis Visitor Center


Phone: 760 367 5500 or Visit Official National Park website at www.nps.gov/jotr
Address: 74485 National Park Drive, Twentynine Palms, CA 92277
4 miles / 6.44 km East of the Country Inn Twentynine Palms

Yucca Valley California Welcome Center
Phone: 760 365 5464 or
Visit website at: www.visitcwc.com/destinations/yuccavalley/index.php
Address: 56711 Twentynine Palms Hwy., Yucca Valley, CA 92284
22 miles / 35.4 km West of the Country Inn Twentynine Palms

Joshua Tree Chamber of Commerce
Phone: 760 366 3723 or Visit website at: www.joshuatreechamber.org
Address: 61325 Twentynine Palms Hwy., Joshua Tree, CA 92252

 
 
Explore Twentynine Palms

Explore Twentynine Palms

Enjoy a guided tour on a modern, air-conditioned, natural gas powered state-of-the-art bus.

Visit: The Old Schoolhouse Museum and 29 Palms Art Gallery
Lunch: The Historic 29 Palms Inn
Tour: The rich mining and western history of Twentynine Palms on our world-class murals.

 
Bus leaves the Chamber of Commerce Visitor Center Saturdays 11:00 am.
Information, Reservations and Prices call 29 Palms Chamber of Commerce at 760 367 3445.
Joshua Tree National Park

YouTube Videos: JTNP Trailer and Joshua Tree National Park

Joshua Tree National Park offers visitors endless opportunities for exploration and discovery. Depending on the number of hours you have to spend, your interests and energy, here are some ideas to consider:

If you have four hours or less, begin your tour at a visitor center where park staff will be happy to help you plan your visit. With limited time you may want to confine your sightseeing to the main park roads. Many pullouts with wayside exhibits dot these roads. There are 12 self-guiding nature trails. Consider experiencing at least one of these walks during a short park visit. On clear days the vista from Keys View extends beyond Salton Sea to Mexico and is well worth the additional 20-minute drive.

If you plan to spend an entire day there will be time to sample one or more hiking trails. A ranger program will add enjoyment and understanding to your visit. Or, October through May, call ahead and reserve a spot on the popular Keys Ranch guided walking tour. If solitude is what you are after, plan an all-day hike into the backcountry. If you would like to experience the desert from the seat of a mountain bike, the park offers an extensive network of dirt roads that make for less crowded and
safer cycling than the paved main roads. Joshua Tree is a popular rock-climbing area. Many visitors enjoy just watching the climbers in action.

With more than one day in the park your options increase. There are nine campgrounds and backcountry camping is permitted. For "peak baggers," the park has ten mountains greater than 5,000 feet (1,524 m) in elevation. Or make it your goal to hike to all five of the park's fan palm oases. Other trails lead you to remnants of the gold mining era, a colorful part of the park's cultural history. Whatever you choose, your time will be rewarding. The desert holds much more than what is readily apparent to the casual observer. (Source of information provided here-in is NPS website).

Visitor Information Phone: 760 367 5500 or Visit Official National Park website at www.nps.gov/jotr Address: Joshua Tree National Park / Oasis Visitor Center, 74485 National Park Drive, Twentynine Palms, CA 92277
miles / 6.44 km East of the Country Inn Twentynine Palms

 
 
Marine Corps Air Ground Combat CenterMarine Corps Air Ground Combat Center

Marine Base Organizations include Headquarters, Marine Air Ground Task Force Training Command (MAGTFTC), Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center (MCAGCC), Headquarters Battalion (HQBN), Tactical Training and Exercise Control Group (TTECG), Exercise Support Division (ESD), Exercise Support Base (ESB), Expeditionary Air Field (EAF) and Reserve Support Unit (RSU).

 

Marine Base Resident Units include 7th Marine Regiment (Reinforced), Other 1st Marine Division Units: 3d Battalion, 11th Marines, Delta Company 3rd Assault Amphibian Battalion, 1st Tank Battalion, 3rd Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion, Marine Corps Communication-Electronics School (MCCES), Robert E. Bush Naval Hospital (Naval Hospital Twentynine Palms, Marine Wing Support Squadron 374(-) (Rein), Combat Logistics Battalion 7 (CLB-7) Marine Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Squadron 1 (VMU-1), 23rd Dental Company.

Marine Corps Community Service offers a variety of programs that help build strong families. For details, please visit the MCCS website at:www.usmc-mccs.org/family

Military HOMEFRONT is the official Department of Defense web site for reliable quality of life information designed to help troops and their families, leaders and service providers. Whether you live the military lifestyle or support those who do, you'll find what you need! Please visit www.militaryhomefront.dod.mil for more information.

MAGTFTC MCAGCC Twentynine Palms
CG Address: Commanding General Marine Air Ground Task Force Training Command Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Box 788100, Bldg 1554Twentynine Palms, CA 92278-8100

Phone:DSN 230 7070/Comm 760 830 7070 or Visit website at: www.29palms.usmc.mil
MCCS Address: Marine Corps Community Services Center Marine Air Ground Task Force Training Command Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Box 788150, Bldg 1522 Twentynine Palms, CA 92278-8150
Phone: DSN 230 6870 / 760 830 6870 or
Visit website at: www.usmc-mccs.org
6 miles / 9.66 km North of the Country Inn Twentynine Palms

 
 

29 Palms Mural Project

YouTube Video: 29 Palms Murals

The "Oasis of Murals" is a project of Action Council for 29 Palms, Inc., on your list of things to see during your stay in the desert. In late 1994, Action 29 began to paint the community's rich history on its business walls, in an effort to boost community pride and make our city more inviting to visitors. The mural project is displaying our heritage in a spectacular outdoor art gallery, showcasing the talents of world-class artists. We hope you enjoy our murals as much as we do.
Phone: 760 367 1963 or
Visit website: www.oasisofmurals.com
Address: Action Council for 29 Palms, Inc. P.O. Box 306, Twentynine Palms, CA 92277 All
murals located with-in 4 miles /6.44 km of the Country Inn Twentynine Palms

Big Morongo Canyon Preserve
The Preserve begins about one-half mile southeast of the town of Morongo Valley in the Little San Bernardino Mountains and opens at the bottom of Big Morongo Canyon into the west end of the Coachella Valley northwest of Desert Hot Springs. Elevations on the Preserve range from 600 feet on the canyon floor to over 3000 feet at the ridge-tops. Several trails, including boardwalks through the marsh and stream habitats, meander through the Preserve. The one-half mile Marsh Trail is wheelchair-accessible.

The Preserve is open daily throughout the year from 7:30 am to sunset, but the ideal months to visit are in the fall, winter, and spring seasons. Admission is free but donations are welcomed. Check the BMCP Forum Calendar to see the schedule of bird walks and other activities.

All trails begin at the kiosk by the parking lot. Visitors may choose from a number of trails ranging from three-tenths of a mile to an 11-mile round trip hike through Big Morongo Canyon. Hiking is permitted only on designated trails. Trail maps, trail guides for self-guided walks, information brochures, picnic facilities, and restroom facilities are available at the Preserve.

The adjoining Covington Park is equipped to handle large groups for picnic and recreation outings. For more information call the Morongo Valley Community Services District at 760 363 6454. (Source of information www.bigmorongo.org)

Phone: 760 363 7190 or Visit website: www.bigmorongo.org
Address: Big Morongo Canyon Preserve, PO Box 780, Morongo Valley, CA 92256 30
miles / 48.28 km West of the Country Inn Twentynine Palms

Mojave National Preserve

Website: www.nps.gov/moja
45 miles / 72.42 km Northeast of the Country Inn Twentynine Palms

 
 

Old School House Museum

Also known as 29 Palms Historical Society Museum, the oldest public building in the entire Morongo Basin. The Museum houses the Twentynine Palms Historical Society, and depicts local history in an intimate setting. The museum host annual WeedShow every November, a tradition since 1941.

Phone: 760 367 2366 or Visit website at: www.29palmshistorical.com
Address: 6760 National Park Dr., Twentynine Palms, CA 92277
3 miles East of the Country Inn Twentynine Palms

29 Palms Art Gallery

The Twentynine Palms Art Gallery has been housed in a charming old adobe at the Oasis since 1963. Monthly art shows are featured from September through May. The Summer show features works by member artists, June through August.

Phone: 760 367 7819 or Visit website at: www.29palmsartgallery.com
Address: 74055 Cottonwood Dr., Twentynine Palms, CA 92277
3 miles East of the Country Inn Twentynine Palms

Roadrunner Dunes Golf Course

Nine holes, water obstacles, sand bunkers, doglegs. True par 72 round of golf. Also features disc golf, 2 practice greens, driving range, chipping area and pro shop.

Phone: 760 367 5770
Address: 4949 Desert Knoll Ave., Twentynine Palms, CA 2277
5 miles Northeast of the Country Inn Twentynine Palms
Bowladium Family Fun Center

Phone: 760 367 9502
Address: 73868 Gorgonio Dr., Twentynine Palms, CA 92277
3 miles East of the Country Inn Twentynine Palms

Smith's Drive In Movie Theatre

One of the few left Classic American Drive In movie theatre right here in Twentynine Palms.

Phone: 760 367 7713
Address: 4584 Adobe Rd., Twentynine Palms, CA 92277
5 miles Northeast of the Country Inn Twentynine Palms

Theatre 29

Community theatre, providing quality family-oriented entertainment since 2000. Offering opportunities for children, citizens, tourist to experience the live arts/shows.

Phone: 760 361 4151 or Visit website at: www.theatre29.com
Address: 73637 Sullivan Rd., Twentynine Palms, CA 92277
3 miles East of the Country Inn Twentynine Palms

Sky's the Limit

Proposed Observatory and Nature Center. Sky's The Limit provides a place where the honest pursuit of knowledge enriches the lives of all willing to participate, whether to view the smallest objects on the earth, or observe the colossal displays in the sky.

Basin Wide Foundation laid the groundwork for the organization. The City of Twentynine Palms provided strategic support for the project. Then the organizations, businesses and individuals donated their efforts.

You can help build the dream.
Phone: 760 367 7222 or Visit website at: www.skysthelimit29.org
Address: Sky's The Limit, P O Box 25, Twentynine Palms, CA 92277
6 miles / 9.66 km East from the Country Inn Twentynine Palms

Joshua Tree Railroad Museum

An educational organization dedicated to preservation and interpretation of railroad-themed exhibits, focusing on the railroad's influence on the history of the Western United States. Museum features several full-sized railroad cars and railroad station which houses the Francis Moseley live steam model collection.

Phone: 760 366 8503 or Visit website at: www.jtsrr.org
Address: 8901 Willow Lane, Joshua Tree, CA 92251
14 miles / 22.53 km West for the Country Inn Twentynine Palms

Hi-Desert Nature Museum

The Hi-Desert Nature Museum is a family-oriented facility with collections of exhibits related to the desert's unique nature and historical elements. The museum features natural and historical dioramas displaying wildlife in the desert, an interactive "Kids Korner" with plenty of hands-on activities, a mini zoo with the desert creatures, a gem and mineral collection, a Native American artifacts exhibit, fossil collection and gift shop.

Phone: 760 369 7212 or Visit website at: www.hidesertnaturemuseum.org
Address: 57090 Twentynine Palms Hwy., Yucca Valley, CA 92284
22 miles / 35.4 km West of the Country Inn Twentynine Palms

Pioneer Town

Website: www.pioneertown.com
30 miles / 48.28 km West of the Country Inn Twentynine Palms