LOST AND FOUND IN THE NATIONAL PARK

LOST AND FOUND IN THE NATIONAL PARK

Where did my cell phone go? Hmm…I was taking wildflower pictures in the Park. Maybe Ranger Pam Tripp can help me out…

Many visitors enjoy a wonderful trip through Joshua Tree National Park, only to find later that they have forgotten or lost an item. It is not uncommon for the park to receive a phone call from a concerned visitor, asking if a wallet, cell phone, or other piece of personnel property has been found and turned in at a visitor center. Visitors sometimes also come into a center and turn in found items or report something lost. At this point, visitor center staff will fill out a lost/found report, which will be turned in to the lost and found department of our administrative division.
Any lost or found items turned in are kept for 30 days and reports are processed for items stored and/or returned to owners. Keep in mind, however, that not all lost items are found and turned in.
To report lost or found property and to find out more information about our lost and found department, please contact Jeannie Campbell at 760-367-5518.

For Z107.7, this is Park Ranger Pam Tripp, reminding you to enjoy the solace and wonder of your national park.

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