Camping in Joshua Tree National Park

If you are bored of the same routine in LA, travel a little on the outskirts, and you will find the beautiful desert ecosystem and the Joshua National Park. Happy to see that the park is open, though, with a few activities, we were all too excited. Fortunately, they have allowed the camping activity to be open. So we headed to the national park to pitch our tents. Because of Covid, they allow only family members in one camp tent if you book the individual campsite. Reservations are a must here since the number of sites has reduced. The other things that we did while we were here, were the Joshua Tree Visitor Center, the Black Rock Nature Center, and the Oasis Visitor Center. The museum is closed, but a lot of information can be found at the Visitor Center. With over 250 bird species in the park, we also went about bird spotting. All in all, it was a day well spent.

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