SOLACE AND ESCAPE IN THE NATIONAL PARK

SOLACE AND ESCAPE IN THE NATIONAL PARK

Need to get away?  Ranger Pam Tripp says that Joshua Tree National Park is the place, and now is the time…

In today’s economic times, we can all use a place to escape from the stresses of contemporary urban life. Joshua Tree National Park is one of many National Park sites that offer this chance to escape and find solace.  This can come in the form of hiking, camping, rock climbing, or driving through the park.  Even just sitting on rocks and listening to the quiet can clear the head and bring peace to a stressful day.   Every year millions of Americans and visitors from other countries come to the parks, and a percentage of these visitors make up the yearly average of 1.3 million people that visit Joshua Tree National Park.   An economical way to enjoy our Park is to purchase the annual pass.  This pass gives you access into the park and costs $30 for the year.  For ideas and information on how to enjoy the solace of Joshua Tree National Park call 760-367-5500.  For Z-1077, this is Park Ranger Pam Tripp…reminding you to enjoy the solace and wonder of your national parks

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