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With 790,636 acres of desert, Joshua Tree National Park is larger than the state of Rhode Island! Over 1.5 million people come to visit the park each year to hike the trails, camp under the stars, climb on rocks, birdwatch, walk through palm groves, paint, or just be inspired by the natural beauty of the desert. And, of course, to see Joshua trees. This national park’s namesake, the Joshua tree, was named by Mormon immigrants in the mid-19th century. Legend tells us that these trees reminded the early pioneers of Joshua from the Bible, outstretching his arms, guiding them westward. Today you can enjoy this twisty, spiky, Dr. Suess-like plants when you visit Joshua Tree National Park. These trees are a sight to see--they grow up to 40 feet tall! Instead of showing their age through growth rings like other trees, Joshua trees demonstrate it through their height--they grow an average of 1.5 to 3 inches per year. As you visit the park, plan on staying late to see the stars! The night sky is some of the darkest and most free of light pollution in California. Be prepared with a coat, blanket, and star chart (or app) to help you find constellations.

With 790,636 acres of desert, Joshua Tree National Park is larger than the state of Rhode Island! Over 1.5 million people come to visit the park each year to hike the trails, camp under the stars, climb on rocks, birdwatch, walk through palm groves, paint, or just be inspired by the natural beauty of the desert. And, of course, to see Joshua trees. This national park’s namesake, the Joshua tree, was named by Mormon immigrants in the mid-19th century. Legend tells us that these trees reminded the early pioneers of Joshua from the Bible, outstretching his arms, guiding them westward. Today you can enjoy this twisty, spiky, Dr. Suess-like plants when you visit Joshua Tree National Park. These trees are a sight to see--they grow up to 40 feet tall! Instead of showing their age through growth rings like other trees, Joshua trees demonstrate it through their height--they grow an average of 1.5 to 3 inches per year. As you visit the park, plan on staying late to see the stars! The night sky is some of the darkest and most free of light pollution in California. Be prepared with a coat, blanket, and star chart (or app) to help you find constellations.

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