Welcome to Coyote Hole
Own an extraordinary piece of history and fall in love with the awe inspiring beauty of Coyote Hole. Over 38.4 magical acres once a part of Joshua Tree National Park where you will find soaring canyon walls, unrivaled private hiking trails, and gleaming granite water channels. Become inspired by unique geological formations, intriguing arrangements of clustered boulders, and cool shallow grottos with sandy bottoms. Marvel at the desert wildlife. Located in an area that has attracted artists for decades, such as the nearby Rancho de la Luna studio. Explore past the wonderous gorges and into the nearby petroglyphs left by the Serrano and Chemehuevi tribes. A fabulous opportunity for the visionary spirit to film, create art, or build your own private off the grid home or two. Remote and yet only minutes from downtown Joshua Tree and approximately 20 minutes away from the famous Pappy & Harriets in Pioneertown. Enjoy a calm sense of tranquility and solitude that will nourish your soul. Completely unique. See map and phots indicating five possible building sites. Photos of homes are renderings only. South Entrance: Use 7663 Quail Springs Road in navigation. Coming from the 62 Hwy (Twentynine Palms Hwy), turn right onto Park Blvd, which turns into Quail Springs Rd. The entrance will be to your left, and turn left. (Call for gate code) and drive all the way into the end of the road. North Entrance: Coming from the 62 Hwy, turn right onto Park Blvd, which turns into Quail Springs Rd. Turn left onto Onaga Trail and follow until the end of the road before the Desert View Conservation Area gate. Turn left onto the dirt road and continue straight. The gate code is 3030 and continue straight. The sign for Coyote Hole will be to your left. Turn left and descend the hill and park.