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My wife and I were here on our own, and came here. It was slightly disappointing in that the dam wasn't full of water, but otherwise, all was fine.
Interesting to see the dam, and where the water level would have been if there had...More
Once you're on the trail, there is so much beautiful nature, Rock formations, Joshua Trees to look at. Nice easy hike, so beautiful I took over 500 pics in the couple hours we were there. The dam was built for a homestead below the dam....More
It is hard to believe that a dam was built in this area as it is extremely warm during summer time and that there are not much grass for cows to eat.
You reach out the dam after 20 min easy walk. the dam itself...More
Walked around in circles on the trail twice, poorly marked. Small body of water. Didnt see any of the big horned sheep. Trail is mostly sand and its over 1 mile long and part of it is climbing on rocks so i killed my legs
Escaped from raining Oregon to come down for a family wedding. The first part of our trip was to Palm Springs only 45+ minutes from the Joshua Tree Entrance to the park, less than a mile in to JT and you can see why this...More
We did this the weekend of Thanksgiving so predictably was quite crowded, especially given that this was an easy, straightforward, out and back hike. We got there around 11-12ish, and understandably parking was kinda a mess, we had to park in the overflow lot. We...More
We decided to make one more walk to the dam. The sign said only a .7 mile walk which felt it was more. We park our car and the ground is made of less sand which made it hard to walk. The trail is hard...More