Vacation Rentals in Joshua Tree

Vacation Rentals in Joshua Tree

Start comparing over 163 rentals in Joshua Tree and book at the best price!

Find Vacation Rentals in Joshua Tree

Highlights Joshua Tree

  • High desert
  • Hiking trails
  • Boulders and rock formations
  • Historic mines
  • Desert wildlife

Best Vacation Rentals in Joshua Tree

Guests agree: these stays are highly rated for location, cleanliness, and more.
Vacation Rental for 6 Guests in Joshua Tree, San Bernardino County
Vacation Rental for 6 Guests in Joshua Tree, San Bernardino County, Picture 1
Vacation Rental for 6 Guests in Joshua Tree, San Bernardino County, Picture 2
Vacation Rental for 6 Guests in Joshua Tree, San Bernardino County, Picture 3
Vacation Rental for 6 Guests in Joshua Tree, San Bernardino County, Picture 4
more...
Joshua Tree, San Bernardino County
Vacation Rental • 6 Guests • 2 Bedrooms
A zen oasis, Haven Rock features a clean, contemporary interior and a resort-like exterior. The private fenced backyard with luscious greenery, river rock lawn, and series of sun sails makes it the perfect place to hang out day or night. With a variety of seating areas including comfortable rattan furniture, a wagon wheel bench, a porch swing and a hanging chaise, there’s enough options for everyone to relax and unwind their way while you admire the beautiful mountain views and painted desert skies.★ 2 Minute walk to Joshua Tree Saloon★ 5-Minute Drive to Park Entrance★ Cowboy Pool★ Hot Tub★...
from $112 / night
Vacation Rental for 4 Guests in Joshua Tree, San Bernardino County
Vacation Rental for 4 Guests in Joshua Tree, San Bernardino County, Picture 1
Vacation Rental for 4 Guests in Joshua Tree, San Bernardino County, Picture 2
Vacation Rental for 4 Guests in Joshua Tree, San Bernardino County, Picture 3
Vacation Rental for 4 Guests in Joshua Tree, San Bernardino County, Picture 4
more...
Joshua Tree, San Bernardino County
Vacation Rental • 0 ft² • 1 Bedroom
9.9
(44 reviews)
Our home offers the best of both worlds. Located just under 1 mile to Joshua Tree Village restaurants and shops and about 5 minutes to the Park entrance, we are close to all that Joshua Tree has to offer, but our property is situated on 5 quiet, private acres that offer serenity, amazing views, and the best of the desert landscape and wildlife. Efforts have been made to to insure our home and property offer a stylish, zen retreat for guests visiting the Joshua Tree area.Inside our one bedroom, one bath home you will find a fully equipped kitchen with granite countertops and all you need to ...
from $158 / night
Vacation Rental for 6 Guests in Joshua Tree, San Bernardino County
Vacation Rental for 6 Guests in Joshua Tree, San Bernardino County, Picture 1
Vacation Rental for 6 Guests in Joshua Tree, San Bernardino County, Picture 2
Vacation Rental for 6 Guests in Joshua Tree, San Bernardino County, Picture 3
Vacation Rental for 6 Guests in Joshua Tree, San Bernardino County, Picture 4
more...
Joshua Tree, San Bernardino County
Vacation Rental • 6 Guests • 2 Bedrooms
8.5
(4 reviews)
Highlights:* Expansive patio with heated pool and spa, fire pit, BBQ, outdoor dining area, lounge area.* 2 bdrms, 2 bathsFast Wi-Fi * Fully-equipped modern kitchen* 30 min drive to Downtown Palm Springs, less than 10 -min drive to Joshua Tree National ParkLiving Area* Enjoy an open area with plenty of comfortable seating and an 50" streaming-ready Smart TV, perfect for sports or movie nights,* Expansive glass slider allows seamless transition between indoor and outdoor living spaces.* Convenient access to the backyard from multiple locations in the home.Kitchen & Dining* Fully equipped ...
from $150 / night

Other holiday ideas and property types in Joshua Tree that might be interesting

Prices and availability

Current Vacation rental prices Joshua Tree

$423for 20 Apr - 27 Apr
$331 annual average
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Jan
Feb
Average price per week

Current vacation rental availability Joshua Tree

17%for 20 Apr - 27 Apr
56% annual average
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Jan
Feb
Percentage of available rentals

Vacation rentals in Joshua Tree

Experience Joshua Tree with a vacation rental

Gateway to a mystical far-flung region comprising the Colorado Desert and the Mojave Desert, Joshua Tree town long attracted artists, poets, hippies, and musicians. Less than a three-hour drive east of Los Angeles, the town is a wonderful base to explore the Joshua Tree National Park (JNPT). First-time visitors are charmed by vintage stores selling eclectic desert souvenirs, and family-owned bars and saloons. There’s much to do here from star-gazing to hiking, rock-climbing, and nature photography. The best time to visit to beat the heat is from March-May and October-November. Vacation rentals on Holidu are a perfect way to discover this world-famous desert at leisure.

Cozy vacation properties for all tastes

Most of Holidu’s vacation rentals are centered around downtown Joshua Tree and are in easy walking distance to convenience stores, restaurants, and local breweries. Many rentals have well-stocked kitchens which are great for families with kids, and groups of friends looking to cook up a storm in the high desert. There’s TV, Wi-Fi, and air-conditioning too, along with thoughtful amenities such as BBQ pits and outdoor hot tubs under the stars. Hammocks and patios with sunset views go a long way in giving visitors an unforgettable desert sojourn.

Travelers and activities

High desert festival fun

Joshua Tree and its surroundings boast a surprisingly good culinary scene. Serving delicious Indian fare for over two decades is Sam’s Indian Food & Pizza. Shrimp tandoori, fish korma, even curry pizzas are their specialty! Nearby is another local favorite, the Joshua Tree Saloon with its Old West vibes and decor. Once done with all that rock climbing, chill out with beers and whiskey shots here. For classic pale ales, stouts, and Belgian beers, the Joshua Tree Brewery delivers. Pappy + Harriet’s in Pioneer Town has been a fixture since 1982. Tuck into their pulled pork sandwiches as indie rock, country, and Americana groups perform live. Finally, satiate New York-style pizza cravings at Pie for the People, a favorite with climbers and hikers in Yucca Valley.

A fantastic festival line-up

Joshua Tree’s line-up of festivals and events makes it a top choice destination for culture trippers. The Farmers Market held every Saturday is a certified market so you’re assured organic produce always– fresh fruits, veggies, pastries, even seafood! The Joshua Tree Music Festival (JTMF) meanwhile is the region’s most eagerly awaited event that takes place every spring and fall against the glorious backdrop of the Copper Mountains. The Joshua Tree National Park meanwhile hosts September’s Night Sky Festival where you’ll be seated under a canopy of bright stars, far from the light pollution of the big cities. Alternative and psychedelic rock, metaphysical art installations, and escapism are all part of the Desert Daze festival that takes place around fall at Lake Perris.

Travelers and activities

A destination for outdoor lovers

The hikes in Joshua Tree are some of the best in the world. For glorious sunsets, rock-carved staircases, and classic Joshua Tree landscapes, consider the moderately difficult hike to Ryan Mountain. The summit rewards hikers with sweeping views of Mount San Jacinto, Pinto Basin, and Mount San Gorgonio. A short drive north is the mild Barker Dam Nature Trail where hikers can observe a rock art site, catch the hardy rock climbers in action, and soak in surreal views of endless Mojave yucca, Joshua Trees, and wildflowers. More cacti wait at the flat and easy Cholla Cactus Garden walk. Kids, in particular, love the fluffy-looking cactus best captured in the warm evening light.

History in the High Desert

The desert is not all cacti and yucca as you’ll discover! History fiends should consider Hidden Valley – legend has it that in the 1880s, cattle rustlers stashed away their illegal cattle in the massive, spooky boulders. Another gem is the Wall Street Mill Trail, which passes through Joshua Tree’s best-preserved gold mills. Rusted old cars, decaying rail tracks, and engines are still visible. The Desert Queen Mine is a spectral experience with disused mine shafts scattered all over the hill. Finally, take the ranger-guided tour to Keys Ranch where you’ll learn about the tenacity of the early h0mesteaders. The inventive farming tools and machinery, windmill, and water towers are quite intriguing.

Did you know that the Joshua Tree isn’t a tree but a stemless succulent?

Top 5 travel tips for Joshua Tree

1.Integration Sound Bath

The immersive sound bath lets you relax in a dome-shaped building for a whole hour as sounds of crystal singing bowls chime in the background. The ambient music makes for a thoroughly unique and rejuvenating affair.

2. Desert photography and stargazing

One of the best things you can do is invest in a camera and tripod before your trip. The landscapes out here are truly out-of-this-world – from silhouettes of the iconic Joshua trees to epic shots of starry night skies. No camera? No worries! Just sit back and gaze into the night sky.

3. A falconry experience

This is a chance of a lifetime to hang out with these fascinating and often misunderstood birds of prey. Experienced falconers will let you in on the secrets of falconry, and you can get yourself photographed with the raptors and hawks.

4. A visit to Pioneer Town

Take a break from all those boulders and rocks with a visit to Pioneer Town which was built in the 1940s as a film set. Old West buildings, mom-and-pop saloons, a jail, and a church are all part of the experience.

5. The World Famous Crochet Museum

Joshua Tree has its share of quirks, one being the bright neon-green colored Crochet Museum h0used inside an old photo booth. Shari Elf, the brainchild behind this enterprise has put together a tidy collection of crocheted items worth checking out.

FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Joshua Tree

How much do you pay, on average, for vacation rentals in Joshua Tree?

Based on last year, Joshua Tree had an average price of $391 per night, a relatively high one compared to the cities in the USA.

During which months can you find the best price for vacation rentals in Joshua Tree?

]If you would like to get the most out of your money, the cheapest months to visit Joshua Tree are June ($297 the average per night for accommodation), July ($323), and August ($326).

When are vacation rentals more expensive in Joshua Tree?

At the time of booking a vacation rental in Joshua Tree, the highest prices are found in the month of November (with an average of $489 per night), followed by December ($475), and then January ($444).

Is Joshua Tree a good location for a last-minute getaway?

It's worthwhile if you can book your stay with plenty of time when visiting Joshua Tree, as only 13% of our accommodations are usually available throughout the year.

Which months offer the highest availability?

The months when it's the easiest to find available accommodation in Joshua Tree are September (the average amount of properties that are free reached 39% of the total last year), October (33%), and January (19%).

How many vacation rentals does Holidu have in Joshua Tree?

Holidu offers around 260 properties in Joshua Tree from 4 different partners, so find the perfect type of accommodation you are looking for. We've got you covered!

Holidu compares hundreds of websites to find your perfect holiday rental for the best price.

Booking.com Vacation Rentals in Joshua TreeBooking.com Vacation Rentals in Joshua Tree
Airbnb Vacation Rentals in Joshua TreeAirbnb Vacation Rentals in Joshua Tree
Vrbo Vacation Rentals in Joshua TreeVrbo Vacation Rentals in Joshua Tree
Bookiply Vacation Rentals in Joshua TreeBookiply Vacation Rentals in Joshua Tree
FeWo-direkt Vacation Rentals in Joshua TreeFeWo-direkt Vacation Rentals in Joshua Tree
Abritel Vacation Rentals in Joshua TreeAbritel Vacation Rentals in Joshua Tree
HRS Vacation Rentals in Joshua TreeHRS Vacation Rentals in Joshua Tree
500+ more