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bring only what you need. notes for a low-key stay in the high desert - primarily desert hot springs and joshua tree area.
stayed here many times. very chill. ten cabins, three delightful mineral baths. cabins on either corner are the best. be advised that it's adults only.
have stayed here before and would return. a little more raw than hope springs, the rooms are perfunctory, but the service is friendly. the baths are warm!
everyone loves an outlaw biker burrito bar with live shows by bands who often perform under pseudonyms! bon iver played here as mouth oil. can get crowded.
JT's proverbial grand central, though low-key vibe with gratifying comfort food, especially those damn delicious chili cheese fries. very crowded on weekends.
like crossroads café, the farmer's market plays a prominent role in the joshua tree social scene. surprisingly robust selection for such a remote location.
if you can, camp at least one night inside the park. better yet, hike from the high desert to the low during spring bloom. snow in winter, summer is parched!
a sprawling collection of outdoor sculptures constructed from found junked materials, the art here teeters on the verge of dangerous. you won't die, but maybe.