Fireside Chat: Christina Sanchez
Immerse yourself in Joshua Tree's ecology
Relax by the toasty fire and get ready for an educational discussion with Christina Sanchez of Every Leaf Speaks. Topics will cover Joshua Tree's native plants and wildlife, as well as ways we can work to protect the desert's wild spaces.
- Is there currently construction onsite?
Please note that light construction, primarily related to landscaping, is taking place on property through early March.
Any work that may be occurring during your stay will only take place on weekdays between 9am and 3pm.
The pool is currently under construction and will be available early this March.
- What is there to do on property?
You can relax in the Clubhouse by the indoor fire pit in the winter, cool off on our large shaded patio under the misters all summer, and pull up to the outdoor bar all year round. We also have hanging sofas, heated concrete furniture, and many more places to lounge and relax. We even have complimentary bikes that guests can borrow to cruise around town.
Our hybrid plunge pool and spa serves as a cool place to take a dip in the summer, and a cozy hot tub in the winter.
We offer weekly activities onsite, including yoga classes, live music, s’mores bars, wine tastings with local wine purveyors, and fireside chats.
- How far are you from Joshua Tree National Park?
AutoCamp Joshua Tree is located in the town of Joshua Tree, just 9 minutes from the gates of Joshua Tree National Park. Your AutoCamp reservation does not automatically grant you access to the park.
- Anything nearby besides Joshua Tree National Park?
While most people know Joshua Tree for the park itself, there are tons of outdoor activities and local attractions around Joshua Tree National Park that offer as much adventure as the park itself.
From wine tasting to vintage shopping, health spas to hiking, there are activities to suit almost every taste in the area around AutoCamp.
- What Native Land Does AutoCamp Joshua Tree Occupy
AutoCamp Joshua Tree is located on the unceded homelands of the Serrano and Western Shoshone peoples in what is now Joshua Tree, California. We honor and stand in solidarity with the Indigenous people whose land we occupy.