FEATURED LODGING PARTNER
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The good folks of the Joshua Tree Music Festival are Cliffhanger’s kindred desert spirits. Expanding their horizons and yours is what they do, not just through live performances but now with some of the most unique and artfully curated lodgings around. They’ve got a great selection of decked out vintage trailers, each themed and ready to host a range of individual to group needs. Rest assured you’ll be in excellent hands
B&Bs, Cabins & Airstreams
We guarantee Joshua Tree has the most unique and eclectic Bed & Breakfast’s , Cabins & now Airstreams of anywhere you have vacationed…Its almost worth doing 2 nights at all of the listings below, cant really go wrong!
The Rattler Ranch
. Owned and operated by our good friend, the artist Diana Best. Not quite a B&B, not quite a vaction rental, very custom, unique, beautiful. Diane is a long time local who is very invested in the environmental and cultural health of our community! Another two thumbs enthusiastically up!
Another uber custom, bungalow kinda joint. Amazing art, colors, character… Mindy and Drew are fabulous hosts!!!
. Owned and operated by our good friend Carrie. This place is the creme de la creme of B&Bs… Located on Park blvd. near minutes from the West entrance. Two thumbs enthusiastically up! Books up fast, make make your reservations today!
Joshua Tree Vacations.
Operated by Leafe & Kat this property has a cabin a camper and a caravan!
Hotels & Motels
Next option is always a hotel or a motel. We have those as well!
The Mojave Sands
The high-end Joshua Tree standard. Locally owned and operated by our good friend Susan. This place is an artistic gem. A true one of a kind! 5 total rooms. Highly recommended. $125 to $300 per night.
The Safari Inn
Simple, but clean, well run, internet, great location! Inexpensive, very friendly local owners. $52 to $80 per night.
The Joshua Tree Inn
Old school. The site of Gram Parsons passage. Historic. Awesome pool! $130 to $170 per night
AirB&B is a great lodging option for your Joshua Tree stay, however, there are many people operating AirB&Bs’ here who do not live within the community. Cliffhanger Guides feels that it is very important to support local business owners and local economies. For the health of our local infrastructure, please make sure the home owner is a member of the Joshua Tree community. AirB&B and VRBO are currently unregulated and are having serious repercussions. Below you will find a list of long time locals, genuinely good people, and friends of Cliffhanger who are offering their lovely and unique homes as vacation rentals for those seeking a desert retreat.
The best of the best, Mark and Krista are salt of the earth kind loving souls. They currently manage 3 different houses. These homes are fabulous and these are the right people to do business with!
Thomas’s second listing is an incredibly unique art house, situated close enough to the park entrance to award any of his guests a pristine stargazing experience right out the back yard. Includes indoor & outdoor fire pits, ample patio space, a shady hammock, and a private hiking trail accessed from the back yard. -2 bed/1 bath/2 bedrooms, $120
Surf through the multiple listings offered by Russ and Susan at JTVH if you are the sort of person who appreciates options. Each home offered is a lovely desert dwelling in its own right, and any one of them would make for a pleasant stay. -4 separate listings, prices range from $115-$275 (excluding holiday rates), homes sleep between 4-8 guests.
Travis and Shea present a quaint home, recently renovated and allergen free. Wander the surrounding 4 acres of desert by day and warm by the indoor wood burning fireplace by night. The Beverly is a few short minutes from downtown, and stones’ throw from hiking trails within the pristine desert of the Mojave Desert Land Trust’s protected space. -2 beds/1 bath/1 bedroom, $110 per/night
Steph and Jay are the folks behind the JT Homesteader, offering 3 incredibly restored cabins in the Coyote Valley north of Joshua Tree. Not only are they extremely talented interior decorators and home remodelers, but Steph and Jay are also community activists. They’ve partnered with the Mojave Desert Land Trust, and many of their neighbors to form the Stewards of Coyote Valley and preform environmental restoration projects throughout the surrounding desert. Lovely homes, and even lovelier people, check out their website! -Saturn Cabin: Studio size/3 beds/1 bath, $70 per/night -Sunever: 2 bed/1 bath/ 1 bedroom, $84 per/night -Sonora: 1 bed/ 1 bath/ 1 bedroom, $114 per/night
Dan and Cindy’s home is a pleasant outpost situated 5 minutes from the park’s west entrance and 5 minutes from downtown. What the home lacks in kitchen capabilities, it makes up for with bookshelves full of local guidebooks to help fill your days with epic activities, as well as the essential coffee/tea brewing apparatus. Dan and Cindy are long time members of the high desert community, and donate a portion of every stay to the Mojave Desert Land Trust as a way of giving back. -2 beds/1 bath/2 bedrooms, $69 per/night
Thomas’s mid-century modern home is close to park boulevard, making it a well positioned basecamp for those looking to explore JTNP. This house is spacious and great for families, features a cozy living area with large windows, and comes outfitted with a full kitchen, BBQ, and an outdoor fire pit. -5 beds/3 baths/3 bedrooms, $115 per/night
Desert Sky Cabin
Clive’s quaint ramshackle-chic cabin is located only a 1/2 mile from the West Entrance of JTNP. This cabin i a perfect retreat for anyone looking to sample the simple life of the high desert. You’ll have access to a pool, a network of trails walking distance from the cabin, and outdoor lounging space. – 1 bed/1 bath/1 bedrooms, $100 per/night