The Hidden Valley Campground is an established year round campground location in Joshua Tree National Park in California. Joshua Tree National Park is a fantastic destination for those interested in Outdoor recreation including hiking, biking, horseback riding, rock climbing, bouldering, star-gazing, flowers and wildlife viewing. There are many historic sites in Joshua Tree National Park.
The Mohave desert campground hosts features 44 campsites, pit toilets and no water. The campground is located off of Park Boulevard approximately fourteen miles from the town of Joshua Tree.
The campground is surrounded by large boulders and decorated with Joshua Trees. All of the campsites at Hidden Valley Campground are first-come, first-served. Camping fees must be pre-paid at an entrance station.
Because of the park’s very dry climate, fire danger in Joshua Tree is almost always very high. Be cautious. Campfires are allowed only in designated fire rings or grills that are found in park campgrounds or picnic areas.
Keep fires small. Bring your own firewood. You may not gather park vegetation, whether living or dead, to fuel your campfire.
If you plan to have a campfire, bring extra water to douse it thoroughly.
|Name||Hidden Valley Campground|
|Location|| Joshua Tree National Park,|
San Bernardino, California
|Number of Sites||44|
|Amenities||Vault Toilets, Tables, Fire Rings|
The campground is off of Park Boulevard approximately 14 miles from the town of Joshua Tree. The campground is located near Barker Dam and the Hidden Valley Nature Trail. If entering from the West Entrance in Joshua Tree, continue for about 10 miles. The campground will be on your left. If entering from the North Entrance of Joshua Tree National Park in Twentynine Palms, proceed for about 16 miles on Park Boulevard and the campground will be on your right.