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All reviews coachella valley the san andreas fault palm springs nice view viewing area viewing point paved path joshua tree beautiful sunset parking lot fault line worth the short drive palm desert views are amazing the main road great stop parking spot
Keys View is part of the recommended driving loop around the park. They don't have a trail here, but a short walk from the parking lot to the overlook. The view is incredible! There is a little bit of haze, but still a great view....More
We arrived at Key View late in the afternoon during the third week of June. We were amazed to see that every car in the parking lot (four or five) was swarmed by dozens, if not a hundred bees. We then noticed that our vehicle...More
Keys View is a just if you visit JTNP. It offers absolutely stunning views of Coachella Valley as well as Palm Springs and the San Andreas Fault. This was our first stop when visiting and we are glad we went!
Keys View offers one heck of a view. You have to walk up a path to the top to get the full view, but it's not a very long walk. Once up there, the views are great. There is also a valley view on the...More
The Keys View is located a short drive from Park Boulevard. If time permits it is well worth a stop. From the parking lot a short somewhat steep walk takes you to some spectacular views of part of the Joshua Tree National Park and the...More
We stopped here during our visit to Joshua Tree N.P. The views are quite nice from here, overlooking the valley and the fault line. It was hazy, which is probably common for this view, but was still nice and worth a stop.
Keys View is the highest viewpoint in Joshua Tree National Park, perched on the crest of Little San Bernardino Mountains. Found at the end of Keys View Road, a branch road that stems from Park Boulevard, it provides a breathtaking panorama of Coachella Valley and...More
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Anywhere but Jumbo Rocks. Some people may not mind it, but there is a continual flow of cars driving through, people asking if they would mind if they pitched their tent on your site because the campsite is full, people... More
Anywhere but Jumbo Rocks. Some people may not mind it, but there is a continual flow of cars driving through, people asking if they would mind if they pitched their tent on your site because the campsite is full, people wandering around on the rocks behind you... it's WAY better to go to the smaller campsites where there is not so much of this craziness (in my opinion).