The Keys Ranch was definitely a highlight of my visit to Joshua Tree National Park. As part of an organized photography workshop, our group was given special night time access to the park which was absolutely amazing. It should be noted that except for special...更多
Get in line early on the day they offer tickets for this ranger-led tour. They only allow a handful of people. The tour is outside, involves some walking, and is extremely interesting! Plus, its a photographic jack-pot, so many great subjects to take pictures of.
First step is acquiring tickets for the ranger tour only available from the Oasis visitor center the morning of the tour! The tours are done on Thursday, Friday and Saturday and limited to 25 visitors per tour. The only way you can reliably get tickets...更多
I ended my adventures through Joshua Tree NP with the Keys Ranch tour, which was very interesting. Note: Tickets must be purchased at the Oasis Visitors Center in Twentynine Palms. I'd advise arriving to the visitors center around 8:30 am, and waiting for the center...更多
You need to book the Keys Ranch tour in advance since only a limited amount of people are allowed in. You meet up with the tour guide 15 minutes before your tour, do not be late. It is an interesting tour letting you gain some...更多
The tour takes you in the NP with a guide. Park Ranger Dave D. had a great way about telling the history of Keys Ranch and stops at each area of interest and describes what the history was on the building, machines, garden, trees etc....更多
The Keys Ranch Guided Walking Tour is listed as a National Historic Register Site, the property is located in a remote, rocky canyon in Joshua Tree National Park. The owner, William Keys moved to Joshua Tree in 1910 to work as a minor and over...更多
The ranch is only accessible with a guided tour by a Joshua Tree NP ranger. I did my homework on the US Park Service website and found out about this 10am Sunday morning tour, and am so glad I did. Ranger Sarah Jane took us...更多