You will pick up your RV in Los Angeles and head out to the desert and Joshua Tree. Learn more about Los Angeles.
Los Angeles to Joshua Tree: miles
3 nights Joshua Tree National Park, CA
You will have three nights to really explore Joshua Tree National Park and the surrounding areas. Take a climbing lesson, hike to the hidden oasis and explore the Cholla cactus and Joshua Tree landscapes. You can take a day trip to the nearby Hollywood playground of Palm Desert or explore the quirky desert town of Twenty Nine Palms. After Joshua Tree, you will head deeper into the desert and to Death Valley National Park. Learn more about Joshua Tree.
Joshua Tree to Death Valley: miles
3 nights Death Valley National Park
As the largest National Park, Death Valley will fill your two nights’ time. Death Valley National Park is the hottest, driest, and lowest national park in the USA, but this land of extremes comes with stunning diversity. From its snow-capped peaks to its vast fields of wildflowers after a storm, Death Valley will surprise and amaze every one of its visitors. When visiting Death Valley, the landscape will draw you in with its mystery and brutality. You can walk along the shifting grains of the sand dunes, hike out to Zabriskie Point, attempt to recreate the Artist’s Palette, and search for water in the Badwater Basin, which is the lowest point of land in the western hemisphere. Learn more about Death Valley.
Death Valley to Ventura: miles
2 nights Ventura, CA
After spending 5 nights in the California desert, head out to the hidden gem of Coastal California, Ventura. Ventura is perfectly situated to get your beach time, but also the perfect jumping-off point to explore Channel Islands National Park. Once your exploring is done, it’s a short drive to return your RV back in Los Angeles. Learn more about Ventura California.