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The Airbnb Edit: Joshua Tree

Joshua Tree national park in Yucca Valley is one of those iconic SoCal destinations that’s immensely popular but offers few options in the way of conventional accommodations. So unless you’re the camping type—or day-tripping in from nearby Palm Springs—a rental is your best bet. Below, we rounded up some Airbnb properties that range in price and are in close proximity to the park and its namesake town, which is equal parts artsy and on-the-low cool. While you’re there, plan a visit to the Integration sound baths, The End vintage store, and the Joshua Tree Saloon for a live show or Karaoke.

  • Larkspur House

    Larkspur House

    Lovingly decorated without too many breakables, this is an ideal for a small family with kids.

  • Dome in the Desert

    Dome in the Desert

    A truly one-of-a-kind space.

  • Cabin Cabin Cabin

    Cabin Cabin Cabin

    This one can host up to four people, though we think it’s best for a couple.

  • Acido Dorado

    Acido Dorado

    Like staying inside an Architectural Digest spread.

  • High Desert House

    High Desert House

    All the fancy amenities of a luxe hotel (salt-water pool, hot tub, etc.), with the seclusion of a private home; we hear the vinyl collection is on point.

  • Villa de la Collina

    Villa de la Collina

    Tons of space and a killer pool—perfect for accommodating a bigger group.

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