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Joshua Tree National Park Wedding

Joshua Tree National Park Weddings
A Wonderful Place To Get Married

Welcome To Our Beautiful Park
With Breathtaking Views,
Astonishing Wildlife,
And Incredible Rock Formations

Discover The Hidden Treasures
Of The Desert
Enjoy.....Explore....And Be Amazed

Click On The Gold Highlight To Be Directed
To The Joshua Tree National Park Website

6554 Park Blvd., Joshua Tree, Ca. 92252
(760) 366-1855 Open 8-5 pm 7 Days A Week

Joshua Tree National Park
Oasis Of Mara Visitor Center
74485 National Park Drive, Twentynine Palms, Ca. 92277
Open 8:30-5 pm 7 Days A Week

Joshua Tree National Park Weddings
Park Approved Wedding Venues

***For Groups Up To 30 Guests***

Live Oak
Split Rock
Hidden Valley Picnic Area
Quail Springs
Cap Rock
Rattlesnake Canyon Picnic Area At Indian Cove

NOTE:  Permits For Hidden Valley Picnic Area
And Quail Springs Are Only Granted
From June Thru January
Special Use Permit Fee $120.

***For Groups Up To 100 Guests***

Indian Cove Amphitheater

Indian Cove Amphitheater Special Use Permit Fee $120.
Plus A $200. Location Fee And For Weddings Of 50 to 100
Guests An Additional Park Monitor Fee Of $50. Per Hour
You Must Provide Shuttle Or Bus Transportation
For Your Guests Into Indian Cove Amphitheater

Professional Photographers
Are Required To Obtain A Special Use Permit

Early 2018 The National Park will Be Approving
Additional Wedding Locations

For More Details
Contact Joshua Tree National Park At (760) 367-5518

Jeannie Wilson
Special Park Use and CUA Permit Coordinator 
Joshua Tree National Park
74485 National Park Drive
Twentynine Palms, CA 92277 

Phone: 760-367-5518 Fax: 760-367-5586


Allow 10 Business Days For Your Special Use Permit To
Process And Allow 3 Days For An Elopement Permit

The Joshua Tree National Park now allows chairs, a small table for a guestbook and water bottles, and a wedding arch with fresh
flowers.  The Park does NOT allow dried flowers, the 
throwing of birdseed, rice, rose petals or confetti, NO smoke bombs, fireworks, candles, drones to take photos, does NOT permit
the releasing of balloons, butterflies, doves or
anything that would endanger The National Park

Park Entrance Fees are increasing early in 2018 to $74.
There Is NO entrance fee for Indian Cove

The Vow Keeper Website Links

Hidden Valley Picnic Area

Live Oak


Quail Springs

Rattlesnake Canyon Picnic Area

At Indian Cove

Split Rock

Cap Rock

Indian Cove


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