JOSHUA TREE NATIONAL PARK REOPENS TO VISITORS

JOSHUA TREE NATIONAL PARK REOPENS TO VISITORS

Joshua Tree National Park is open, most public areas and roads are accessible while facilities and other public services are brought back online. Joshua Tree National Park has been closed since October 1, due to the lapse in Congressional appropriations. Interpretive programs will resume on Saturday, October 26. Keys Ranch programs for this week will be conducted for previously scheduled tours. Any tours that were missed while the park was closed will be either rescheduled or refunded. All campgrounds except Jumbo Rocks are open and available for use. Jumbo Rocks campground and a portion of the park loop road remains closed due to storm damage that occurred September 7. The section from the north entrance, near the Oasis Visitor Center, to the turn-off to Cottonwood will remain closed until further notice.

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