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route #2: Los Angeles to Joshua Tree National Park, California
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We followed I-10E to Riverside County and continued on CA-62E driving to Park Blvd in San Bernardino County with San Gorgonio Mountain, the highest peak in Southern California on our left. The first entrance you encounter coming from Los Angeles is the West Entrance, five miles south of the junction of Highway 62

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We weren’t able to reserve a campground beforehand – first come first served policy…

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Joshua Tree National Park, California
Vehicle navigation systems were not reliable; they often route you onto backcountry roads with ruts or soft sand. The marked-up map they gave us in the visitor center was much more helpful than our GPS…

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route #2: Los Angeles to Joshua Tree National Park, California
BACK TO MAP
NEXT ROUTE

We followed I-10E to Riverside County and continued on CA-62E driving to Park Blvd in San Bernardino County with San Gorgonio Mountain, the highest peak in Southern California on our left. The first entrance you encounter coming from Los Angeles is the West Entrance, five miles south of the junction of Highway 62

Check out the print edition for more information.

We weren’t able to reserve a campground beforehand – first come first served policy…

Check out the print edition for more information.

Joshua Tree National Park, California
Vehicle navigation systems were not reliable; they often route you onto backcountry roads with ruts or soft sand. The marked-up map they gave us in the visitor center was much more helpful than our GPS…

Check out the print edition for more information.