1937

29 Palms, California (Riverside County)

Last Updated: 04/14/2020
4.5 / 5 ( 4 reviews )
Highlight: 1937
Out in the deserts of 29 Palms and Joshua Tree is a great overland route that makes for some great memories and even better dispersed camping. Ok Mine Trail, aka 1937, is part of a great overland route through Joshua Tree National Forest and the Old Dale Network out of 29 Palms. This route cuts through the trails near Brooklyn Mine Trail and takes you back over by Gold Crown Road off of Old Dale Road. Along this scenic 4x4 route you will come across some of the old mining-era buildings and structures plus a bunch of different mines. But the ultimate great thing about this is the trail is extremely remote, meaning if you are looking for a place to camp away from the crowds, this is probably the ideal place. So pack up your rig and head out to 1937 in the deserts of 29 Palms.
For individual use only, not to be shared.