|Processing Fee||$ 499|
|Deed Type||Grant Deed|
|Location||Bourland Pass Rd., Joshua Tree, CA 92252|
|GPS Coordinates||34.217778, -116.195361 Open in Google Maps|
|Legal Description||NE 1/4 SE 1/4 NE 1/4 SEC 36 TP 2N R 7E|
|Zoning||Single Family Residential|
|Lot Size||10 Acres|
|Road Access||Dirt Road|
|Utilities||Please ask the Assessor|
This is a 10 acre property right on the border of Joshua Tree and Twenty Nine Palms. It is remote enough to be peacefully serene but close enough to town for everything you will need. It is zoned single family residential so there is an abundance of room for you to build your own desert oasis escape.
Joshua Tree National Park is located in southeastern California. Declared a U.S. National Park in 1994 when the U.S. Congress passed the California Desert Protection Act, it had previously been a U.S. National Monument since 1936. It is named for the Joshua tree forests native to the park. It covers a land area of 790,636 acres (1,235.37 sq mi; 3,199.59 km2) an area slightly larger than the state of Rhode Island. A large part of the park, some 429,690 acres (173,890 ha), is a designated wilderness area. Straddling the San Bernardino County/Riverside County border, the park includes parts of two deserts, each an ecosystem whose characteristics are determined primarily by elevation: the higher Mojave Desert and lower Colorado Desert. The Little San Bernardino Mountains run through the southwest edge of the park Nine established campgrounds exist in the park, three of which (Black Rock Campground, Indian Cove Campground, and Cottonwood Campground) provide water and flush toilets. A fee is charged per night for each camping spot. Reservations are accepted at Black Rock Campground, Indian Cove Campground, and Cottonwood Campground, while the six other campgrounds are first-come first-serve. Backcountry camping, for those who wish to backpack, is permitted with a few regulations. There are several hiking trails within the park, many of which can be accessed from a campground. Shorter trails, such as the one mile hike through Hidden Valley, offer a chance to view the beauty of the park without straying too far into the desert. A section of the California Riding and Hiking Trail meanders for 35 miles through the western side of the park.The lookout point at Keys View, towards the south of the park, offers views of the Coachella Valley and Salton Sea. Joshua Tree is a popular southern California location for amateur astronomy and stargazing,along with nearby Anza-Borrego Desert State Park. Joshua Tree is well known for its dark skies, which are largely free from southern California's extreme light pollution. The park's elevation and dry desert air, along with the relatively stable atmosphere in southern California, often make for excellent astronomical observing conditions. Joshua Tree's sky darkness ranges from a green to a blue rating on the Bortle Dark-Sky Scale.
Twenty Nine Palms
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