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Roca Vista Unobstructed Views of the National Park

SuperAnfitriónJoshua Tree, California, Estados Unidos
Bungalow completo. Anfitrión: Christa & Mark
6 huéspedes2 habitaciones3 camas1 baño
Alojamiento entero
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Limpieza avanzada
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Renovated 2 bedroom, 1 bath home nestled in the Joshua Tree Mountains. Views in all directions, hiking in the private mountains right outside the back door. Relaxing hot tub with the stars above at night. Perched on the hillside on 5 private acres. Very private and peaceful. The mountain range is full of desert wildlife!

El alojamiento
Re: COVID:

*All guests must be from the same household (id's will be verified)
*We are leaving our homes vacant for 24 hours in between bookings to limit COVID exposure to our cleaners and guests.
*We are performing extra sanitization at all of our homes after every thorough clean. We also have an alcohol mix solution set out on the counter for you to use as needed.
*Our cleaners wear masks and gloves and are opening up and airing out all homes during their cleans.

More about this home:

House can sleep 4 adults and 2 children comfortably. One queen bed in a private room, one queen bed, and a full-size bed (if needed) in the master room. The Roca Vista is perched on the side of the Joshua Tree Mountains with great views of Joshua Tree National Park and the surrounding Mojave desert.

Acceso para huéspedes
Your own secluded hiking in the Bartlett Mountains

Fast Facts

Location: California
Established: October 31, 1994
Size: 794,000 acres
Annual Visitors: 2.8 million
Visitor Centers: Joshua Tree, Oasis, Cottonwood, Black Rock
Entrance fee: $30 vehicles; $15 individuals
nps.gov/jotr

An enduring symbol of the Mojave Desert, Yucca brevifolia might be the namesake of this national park in the desert east of Los Ange­les, but it’s certainly far from the only thing to see at Joshua Tree. Dozens of trails are open to hiking, biking, and horseback riding, and the stony terrain makes it one of America’s rock­climbing meccas. Spring brings a carpet of wildflow­ers. And the superclear desert night sky makes the park an oasis for stargazing.

The park embraces parts of two distinct deserts—the Mojave and Sonoran—as it tumbles down from the heights into the Coachella Valley near Palm Springs. These two desert systems divide California's southernmost national park into two arid ecosystems of profoundly contrasting appearance. The key to their differences is elevation.The Colorado, the western reach of the vast Sonoran Desert, thrives below 3,000 feet on the park’s gently declining eastern flank, where temperatures are usually higher. Considered “low desert,” compared to the loftier, wetter, and more vegetated Mojave “high desert,” the Colorado seems sparse and forbidding. It begins at the park’s midsection, sweeping east across empty basins stubbled with creosote bushes. Occasionally decorated by “gardens” of flowering ocotillo and cholla cactus, it runs across arid Pinto Basin into a parched wilderness of broken rock in the Eagle and Coxcomb Mountains.

Many newcomers among the 1.3 million visitors who pass through each year are surprised by the abrupt transition between the Colorado and Mojave ecosystems. Above 3,000 feet, the Mojave section claims the park’s western half, where giant branching yuccas thrive on sandy plains studded by massive granite monoliths and rock piles. These are among the most intriguing and photogenic geological phenomena found in California’s many desert regions.

Joshua Tree’s human history commenced sometime after the last ice age with the arrival of the Pinto people, hunter-gatherers who may have been part of the Southwest’s earliest cultures. They lived in Pinto Basin, which though inhospitably arid today, had a wet climate and was crossed by a sluggish river some 5,000 to 7,000 years ago. Nomadic groups of Indians seasonally inhabited the region when harvests of pinyon nuts, mesquite beans, acorns, and cactus fruit offered sustenance. Bedrock mortars—holes ground into solid rock and used to pulverize seeds during food preparation—are scattered throughout the Wonderland of Rocks area south of the Indian Cove camping site.

A flurry of late 19th-century gold-mining ventures left ruins; some are accessible by hiking trails, or unmaintained roads suited only to four-wheel-drive vehicles and mountain bikes.

Information is taken from:
https://www.nationalgeographic.com/travel/national-parks/joshua-tree-national-park/

Otros aspectos destacables
Please no professional photoshoots, videos or parties. Please see our website for all of our rules and regulations.
https://www.moonlightmesaretreats.com
Renovated 2 bedroom, 1 bath home nestled in the Joshua Tree Mountains. Views in all directions, hiking in the private mountains right outside the back door. Relaxing hot tub with the stars above at night. Perched on the hillside on 5 private acres. Very private and peaceful. The mountain range is full of desert wildlife!

El alojamiento
Re: COVID:

*All guests must be from the same ho…
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Distribución de las camas

Habitación 1
1 cama queen size, 1 cama matrimonial
Habitación 2
1 cama queen size

Servicios

Chimenea interior
Extintor de incendios
Parque de juego/cuna de viaje
Aire acondicionado
Área para trabajar
Secadora
Botiquín
Jacuzzi
Secador de pelo
Lavadora

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The Roca Vista is a five-acre property perched on the side of the Bartlett Mountains with great views of Joshua Tree National Park. Hiking trails in the secluded mountains begin right outside the back door. The Bartlett mountains are just north of downtown Joshua Tree. They are a small mountain range that is full of "wildness". We have seen bobcat, tortoise, many birds of prey, rabbits, desert iguanas, reptiles, etc. It is full of life and we love hiking around the mountains exploring.
The Roca Vista is a five-acre property perched on the side of the Bartlett Mountains with great views of Joshua Tree National Park. Hiking trails in the secluded mountains begin right outside the back door. The…

Anfitrión: Christa & Mark

Se registró en diciembre de 2010
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A number of years ago we were in Seattle living the corporate life... and lost ourselves, or at least lost what was important to us. So, we decided to sell our home with everything in it, buy a small motorhome with solar panels and travel the U.S. for what came to be 6 wonderful, beautiful, inspiring years. We settled in Joshua Tree a few years ago and now live a simple life with our son, daughter and dog. Living part of our time here and part of our time closer to family in Nevada, we have the best of both worlds. Hosting guests at our rentals allows us to be at home with our kids and we love it! We also love to hike, rock climb, travel, stare up at the stars, watch the wildlife in our backyard, and enjoy our diverse group of friends and family. We own one of our vacation rentals and manage the others full time. Our website is Moonlight Mesa Retreats. We are happy to help with questions about our area and share any knowledge we might have.
A number of years ago we were in Seattle living the corporate life... and lost ourselves, or at least lost what was important to us. So, we decided to sell our home with everything…
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The Roca Vista sits on 5 stunning acres. The house is set up for self check-in, but if you would like to meet us, we are here! We respectfully request people that are looking for a place of solitude to consider staying at the Roca Vista. Please, absolutely no parties.
The Roca Vista sits on 5 stunning acres. The house is set up for self check-in, but if you would like to meet us, we are here! We respectfully request people that are looking for a…
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Salida: 11:00
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