Joshua Tree National Park in Bloom

Wildflowers are still blooming at Joshua Tree National Park. Photo: Julie PendrayWildflowers are still blooming at Joshua Tree National Park. Photo: Julie Pendray

Photos by Julie Pendray

There’s at least a week left to see a wide variety of wildflowers blooming at Joshua Tree National Park, northeast of Palm Springs.  The season lasts longer there than many desert locations because of the altitude range up to more than 5,800 feet.

Free entry will be offered April 15-16 and 23-24 to celebrate the National Parks system’s 100th anniversary. Entry is usually $25 per carload. Camping fees will still be in effect. For more information on fees, directions and camping, click here.

For a quick glance on popular places and activities within the park, click here.

These photos were taken on the Hidden Valley Trail loop this week. Click on the first one, then click the right arrow to take you through the gallery in full size.


 

 

 

 

4 Comments on "Joshua Tree National Park in Bloom"

  1. Bronwyn Jones | April 15, 2017 at 6:50 AM | Reply

    Oh, the beauty of this spring! Thanks for your photos, Julie.

    • julie.pendray@gmail.com | April 18, 2017 at 9:34 PM | Reply

      Yes! Thank you for taking a look. The hike was fun, in perfect weather. I highly recommend that Hidden Valley Trail. — Julie

  2. Cindy Carter | April 15, 2017 at 9:07 PM | Reply

    Very pretty!! Love all the wild flowers the rain produced this year!

    • julie.pendray@gmail.com | April 18, 2017 at 9:34 PM | Reply

      Great to hear from you! Thanks for taking a look. I’ll be continuing with my series about last summer’s travel. — Julie

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