- Daily: 24 Hours
Joshua Tree National Park is known for its unique tree species, the Joshua tree, and its iconic rock formations, including Split Rock and Skull Rock. Visitors can enjoy a variety of outdoor activities such as hiking, rock climbing, stargazing, and wildlife viewing.
The park allows dogs but with some restrictions. Visitors must keep their dogs on a leash no longer than 6 feet at all times. Pets are not allowed on hiking trails, in the backcountry, or on park wildlife. They are allowed within 100 feet of roads, picnic areas, and campgrounds. This is to ensure the safety of both the dogs and the wildlife in the park.
What to Expect
Things to Know
- You need a pass to enter. See recent prices and purchase them here. You may also use your America the Beautiful card here.
- There is no cell service throughout the park so plan ahead.
- Temperatures can soar during the summer months which may be dangerous for dogs and their human companions.
- Please read more information regarding their pet policy.
- Do not leave your pets in a vehicle, especially during warm months. Book a boarding facility in the nearby towns if you want to explore areas that do not permit pets.
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