Circle C Lodge

Address: 6340 El Rey Avenue, Twentynine Palms, California Desert, California, 92277, United States | Lodge
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This lodge, located on 6340 El Rey Avenue, Twentynine Palms, is near Oasis Visitor Center, Theatre 29, and Smith's Ranch Drive-In.
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    Travel Blogs from Twentynine Palms

    Dam big Dam - Hoover Dam

    A travel blog entry by melinaoatley on Jun 23, 2014

    37 photos

    ... a big difference to the farmers down stream on the Colorado river but also gave LA a reliable water supply and energy source. I think the Mexicans who are at the end of the river do feel a bit short changed in the equality of the distribution. The international Lawyers probably got their retirement packages working out the share in the distribution of the water rights.

    It was pretty cool (literally) being inside the dam wall which is about 600 feet ...

    Shock and Awe

    A travel blog entry by zolina on Nov 27, 2013

    43 photos

    ... two lane roads, first through Mojave Desert Preserve, and then through absolutely nothing. Mojave National Preserve was actually really beautiful. The road went through a valley between two mountain ranges, and at one point it went through a pretty dense forest of Joshua Trees. I’d only ever seen fairly small versions near Red Rock in Vegas, but these trees were incredible. At the time I couldn’t imagine that Joshua Tree NP could be better. I also ...

    Joshua Tree National Park

    A travel blog entry by gretchen_a on Sep 25, 2013

    5 photos

    ... over some boulders. They were able to climb up most things without a problem, but coming down was a little more interesting and they needed some assistance. With everyone tired out, we took one last drive past a few other scenic points, grabbed some final photos and headed back to the rangers station. The boys dropped off their junior ranger books and earnt themselves a junior ranger badge which they put on with pride. After ample opportunity it dawned on ...

    "I am the Lorax, I speak for the trees"

    A travel blog entry by skyenichol on Jun 05, 2013

    10 photos

    ... some petroglyphs (or rock carvings) on some rocks near Barker's Dam made by Native Americans to signal that water was near by. Unfortunately people have painted over them, but you can still see the indentations and the patterns made. We also went up to Keyes View and it was amazing to look back over the valley to Palm Springs, and see from above the huge windfarm that we'd passed on the way in. It was a shame to leave after only one night but the trip must go on!
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    Indian Cove CG/Joshua Tree Nat Park

    A travel blog entry by gsnakehill on Apr 16, 2013

    27 photos

    ... Visitor Centers. Indian Cove is in the northern section of the park and one must drive out towards Twenty-Nine Palms and then off of route 62 take the Indians Cove road to drive back into the park about 3 or more miles. The reason we selected this campground is that it is one of two that accepts reservations in the park. There were 101 one sites located among the rocks with fancy pit toilets located all over. No water or electricity ...