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Old 02-13-2019, 05:15 PM   #1
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Grand Canyon NP to Joshua Tree NP

Which route are there must things to see? If any...

Probably will stay at North Joshua Tree BLM.
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1-40 will take you through Williams with lots of fun things. Stay on 40 to Lake Havasu for the London Bridge. From there you’re only 3 hours from Joshua Tree.
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when? double check that joshua tree is open. i thought they had some floods and damage during the government shutdown and i thought they were at least temporarily or partially closed. but i am not sure. double check
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when? double check that joshua tree is open. i thought they had some floods and damage during the government shutdown and i thought they were at least temporarily or partially closed. but i am not sure. double check


Arrive May 10th... but that doesn’t matter.

I am asking for things to see or do on trip from Grand Canyon...
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