City of 29 Palms Visitor Center
City of 29 Palms Visitor Center
73484 Twentynine Palms Hwy, Twentynine Palms, CA 92277
Monday through Friday 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
The 29 Palms Visitor Center specializes in area road maps which are a must-have for exploring the vast desert region as cell phone and GPS reception can be limited. Whether you are headed north through the Mojave Desert, or south through the Sonoran Desert, we have all the road maps you need to navigate safely through the southern California desert region! Our collection of maps includes Joshua Tree National Park, Mojave Trails National Monument, and Mojave National Preserve, plus a great collection of California Trail Users Coalition maps to help you navigate the back roads and scenic routes. Free Wi-Fi and access to guest computers are available at our Visitor Center, plus visitors can enjoy the outdoor picnic space at Bucklin Park, located on the west side of our building. Download (pdf) the official Visit 29 Palms downtown map for complete listings of attractions, restaurants, shops, and hotels.
OASIS OF MURALS BROCHURES
The Oasis of Murals in Twentynine Palms was started in 1994 by a local Merchants Committee, which became the non-profit Action Council for 29 Palms, Inc., in 1995. By 2014, they had commissioned 26 outdoor murals, illustrating the colorful history of Twentynine Palms and portraying the flora and fauna of the Mojave Desert and neighboring Joshua Tree National Park. Pick up your copy of the Oasis of Murals brochure at the 29 Palms Visitor Center, or download a digital copy from our website, and plan a self-guided tour through the city! Download (pdf) Public Arts Map.
The 29 Palms Visitor Center showcases some fascinating public art, and is the proud home of the “Neighbors in Nature II” mural, which is one of 24 historic outdoor murals found throughout downtown Twentynine Palms. Explore the incredible flora and fauna of the iconic 49 Palms Oasis, one of only five natural desert fan palm oases found in Joshua Tree National Park. This stunning mural was dedicated on April 22, 2006 and was painted by Larry and Nancy Eifert of Port Townsend, Washington, and stretches the entire 13×86-foot length of the west wall of the 29 Palms Visitor Center. This beautiful mural is complimented by an incredible 15-foot high steel sculpture that was created by local artist Steve Rieman, and is one of nearly 40 public art installations you can look forward to discovering across the city.
For more on outdoor murals, visit: Oasis of Murals
For more on public art installations, visit: Public Art
CHARGEPOINT EV CHARGER
Electric vehicle owners will be pleased to find access to a ChargePoint EV charger, conveniently located in the parking lot behind the City of 29 Palms Visitor Center. Download the ChargePoint app ahead of time to track availability, and simply pull in and tap your mobile device to the charging station to begin your charging session!
A new fleet of ChargePoint DC fast chargers have also been introduced to the city’s downtown, and are located in the parking lot beside Joshua Tree National Park’s new Visitor Center at 6533 Freedom Way! Tesla drivers can find a Telsa Superchargers at Tortoise Rock Casino, located just minutes away at 73829 Baseline Road in Twentynine Palms.