Visit The Arizona Joshua Tree Forest
The Arizona Joshua Tree Forest can be found near the west end of the Grand Canyon just east of the Lake Mead National Recreation Area. It’s nestled on the Grapevine Mesa between the villages of Meadview and Lake Mead City, and lies just west of the colorful Grand Wash Cliffs that tower over the eastern edge of the forest. Vacationing on the eastern side of the Lake Mead Recreation Area or traveling east from the city of Dolan Springs to the Grand Canyon West Skywalk, you will pass through this amazing high desert forest of unique Joshua trees. The forest is located 43 miles southeast of the Nevada state line off Arizona highway 93 on Pierce Ferry Road.
Would you like a tour?
If you would like a tour of the Arizona Joshua Tree Forest or would like more information on upcoming events, please contact us.
What is there to do at the Arizona Joshua Tree Forest?
For a full list of available recreational activities, check out the Recreation sub-section of this website, which is located under “About the Arizona Joshua Tree Forest”.