When we have visitors from out of the area, we always go for a ride and a walk in Joshua Tree National Park.   Ranger Pam Tripp has suggestions for enhancing that experience…

Do you have relatives visiting over the Holidays and need to entertain them? Joshua Tree National Park invites you to join the holiday fun and attend a ranger led program or even just enjoy a drive through the park.   These programs are designed to enhance visitors’ appreciation of the cultural and natural resources of the park, while having a great time.   Programs include tours of the historic Keys Ranch.  Ranch tours are fee based, limited to 25 visitors per tour and are by reservation only (call 760 367-5555 to make reservations).   Talks throughout the park and geologic areas offer visitors the opportunity to learn how geology, climate, and even history influence plant, animal, and human development. These talks are free and require no reservations.     Finally, join a ranger for an evening programs on weekends at Jumbo Rocks, Cottonwood, and Indian Cove Campgrounds.  Call 760 367-5500 for additional information.   For Z107.7, this is park ranger Pam Tripp, reminding you to enjoy the solace and wonder of your national parks.

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