A haven for artists, free thinkers and nature lovers.
Located at the entrance to the Joshua Tree National Park, the town and area also host a thriving artistic community. A small town with a great heart.
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Yucca Valley lies in the Little San Bernardino Mountains at an elevation of 3,300 feet. Crisp air, starry skies, and the incomparable beauty of the high desert help to create its unique charm and friendly atmosphere.
Yucca Valley is conveniently situated on CA State Highway 62, intersected by State Highway 247, and easily accessible to all of Southern California.
As the gateway to the Joshua Tree National Park and the economic hub of the Morongo Basin, Yucca Valley is renowned for its outdoor recreational opportunities, regional attractions, and will this year inaugurate the Yucca Valley Film Festival.
From the days of the Wild West to incorporation in 1991 and well into the 21st Century, Yucca Valley has experienced significant growth but retained its rich Western heritage. Today, residents, businesses, and visitors alike find Yucca Valley a highly rewarding place to live, work, and play.
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The City of Twentynine Palms is the home of Joshua Tree National Park Headquarters and Main Park Entrance (aka the North Entrance) and proud host of the Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center, the world's largest Marine Corps training base. The City is renowned for its world class murals and artists, supportive business climate, pristine air, beautiful natural surroundings, desert and mountain vistas, and friendly family lifestyle. Beyond the last of the traffic lights, 29 Palms is the gateway to the Mojave Desert, Joshua Tree National Park, the Mojave National Preserve, and the great California Outback. 29 Palms invites you to experience the history, culture, lustrous starlit skies, breath-taking sunsets and sunrises in person.
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