June 14, 2017
Twentynine Palms Chamber of Commerce
Board Of Directors 

Aaron Kyle

Joni Daniel
Vice President

Carrie Hendrickson
Cheryl Cox

Bryan Oakley

Robert Fleck

Glenn Helm

Lorie Wiederhold

Yeseida Reyes

Chamber President Office Hours 

Chamber President Aaron Kyle will be available every Wednesday  from 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. to talk to business owners and community members.

From the Executive Director’s Desk  


Join the Twentynine Palms Chamber of Commerce at Bistro 29, 73527 29 Palms Hwy. from 6:00 to 8:00pm this Thursday, June 15th for the Chamber’s Annual Awards Presentation and Installation of Officers and Directors.  

Our New Directors are:

Starr Bassion,  Ba Da Bling Florist & Gifts

Jim Brakebill, Copper Mountain College

Tim Christians, Complete Timing 
Denise Cullum, Bistro 29

Kevin Hatcher,  29 Paws Dog Grooming
Amanda Mann, Stud Cuts

Wanda Morgan,  Butler Business Services
Jacob Smith, Smitty’s Bargain Box  

Current President Aaron J. Kyle of Aaron’s Air Services, Inc. will continue to serve his full term on the Board of Directors.  

The temporary Board seated in July 2016 for a six month period voted to remain an additional six months during the transitional phase and continue to return the focus of the Twentynine Palms Chamber of Commerce to serving the needs of its Membership and the community as per our Mission Statement.  

The current temporary Directors will be honored at the Annual Awards Presentation for their tireless efforts, volunteer hours, and dedication. The Chamber will also present our awards for 2017 Business of the Year, Individual of the Year, Volunteer of the Year, and President’s Award.   Election of the Executive Committee will be held during the Chamber’s General Board Meeting on Thursday, June 15th starting at 5:00pm at the Chamber of Commerce office.  


Summertime Soirée
Friday, June 23rd
6:00pm to 9:00pm.
Edchadas Restaurant
73502 Twentynine Palms Hwy. Twentynine Palms
The Twentynine Palms Chamber of Commerce is seeking vendors for the City of Twentynine Palms 4th of July Celebration at Luckie Park. Live music, games for the kids, the pool will have extended hours, and of course, a fabulous fireworks display will make for a great evening ! Spots are filling up fast!
Food & Beverages, Retail, and Community Organizations are invited to stop by the Visitor Center to apply or you can download an application from our website, www.29chamber.orgyou will find it under Events. Please call (760) 367-3445 for more information.  

Have a fantastic day!

Ursula Gilmore
Executive Director

Our weekly eNews is an excellent source to find out about happenings and I urge all of our members and partners to check it out every week. You can also visit the Center in person, check out our website (www.29Chamber.org) or our Facebook page.(www.facebook.com/Chamber29Palms).                   

Watch for our newsletter on Wednesday.
If you have an event  you would like announced in the newsletter,
send your information  to admin@29chamber.org before 5pm on Mondays
“Summer Nights” Art Show
Artwork due June 30 at Twentynine Palms Visitor Center & Gallery

Desert artists are invited to submit an original piece of art for possible inclusion in the group exhibition. Artwork will be received at the visitor center gallery on In/Out day, Friday, June 30, between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.  Artists unable to make this time can request an alternate delivery time by calling (760) 367-3445 any weekday prior to June 30.

Artwork must address the theme of summer nights in the desert, and it can be expressed in painting, drawing, photography, mixed media, mosaic, fabric, assemblage, sculpture, or other two- or three-dimensional work. All work must be ready to hang with professional wire or mount on a pedestal, must be offered for sale, and must be suitable for viewing by the public.

An opening reception is planned for Friday, July 7, from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m., with live music and refreshments.

Art in Public Places exhibitions are hosted by the Public Arts Advisory Committee (PAAC) of the City of Twentynine Palms. For questions or more information, contact PAAC liaison Jon Beard at (760) 367-7562 or email: jbeard@29palms.org.

 CALL FOR ART: Joshua Tree National Park Art Exposition 2017

Artwork entries are now being accepted for the fifth annual Joshua Tree National Park Art Exposition and Juried Exhibition, which will be held in September at the Oasis of Mara in Twentynine Palms, next to Joshua Tree National Park Headquarters 

Deadline for entry submissions for the juried exhibition is Saturday, July 15, 2017, by 11:59 p.m. PT. Artwork must depict or be inspired by the unique aspects of Joshua Tree National Park or its cultural history. Artists may enter up to three (3) artwork entries for an entry fee of $35, and images of the artwork and entry fees can be submitted online. Complete guidelines and entry form are available at www.JTNPArts.org 

Approximately 50 to 60 artists will be selected for the honor of exhibiting in the show, which will be on display at the historic 29 Palms Art Gallery for the month of September, with an awards reception set for Saturday night, Sept. 16

For more information, visit the website www.JTNPArts.org, or email: artists@jtnparts.org.

The Twentynine Palms High School Transition Partnership Program has GRADUATES who are work-ready and eligible for subsidized work placements in area businesses. 

Please contact Lori Jo Cosgriff @ 760-367-9591 ext 2046 to find out how you can offer support and training to a young person just entering the workforce while we pay their salary and Workman’s Compensation Insurance.

Seasonal Campground Closures At Joshua Tree National Park: Every year this time, summer temperatures rise and the number of campers decrease in the park.  In order to reduce maintenance costs and allow vegetation a bit of a breather, Joshua Tree closes a number of camping areas. 

Here is a list of campgrounds that will close from June 6 until October 2:  
Cottonwood Campground, (Loop B)
Ryan Campground
Indian Cove Campground family sites (West Loop)
Black Rock Campground, sites (49-60 & 69-99)

Parking has also been a challenge due to the record number of visitors.  The public is asked to park in designated spaces or along the side of the road where there is safe and sufficient space
Hi-Desert Medical Center would like to thank all who got serious about Cereal! It was a big success raising 41,463 servings of cereal!

“I am so proud of all of our colleagues at Hi-Desert Medical Center and the local community businesses for tackling childhood hunger through our Healthy Over Hungry® Cereal Drive,” said Karen Faulis, Chief Executive Officer of Hi-Desert Medical Center. 
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A Desert Oasis

Twentynine Palms Recreation Department is gearing up for summer activities

The City of Twentynine Palms Parks & Recreation Department is currently accepting registrations for Youth Volleyball Camp, Youth Basketball Camp, Swim Lessons, Summer Dance Workshops and Summer Day Camp.  Ages vary for each program. Spaces are limited.  

For information call the recreation office at 760-367-7562, Monday through Friday between 1 and 6pm. 

  The Lucky Park Pool Summer Schedule is out! 
  Look for our new Fall 2017 Desert Institute Class Catalog coming out in July. 

Some of our new classes to watch for are:

Beginner's Guide to Digital Photography
Citizen Science: Rock Art Documentation Methods
Hike to Samuelson's Rocks

Botanical Illustration in Joshua Tree National Park
Summit Lela Peak 
Backpacking in Joshua Tree National Park for Women
Hike to Samuelson's Rocks

Click here for a full list of all our Fall 2017 Classes. (Registration starts in July).

Providing hands on learning opportunities for the people of, and visitors to the Joshua Tree Gateway Communities.
Due to cloudy weather on May 31st, the Astronomy Class was rescheduled to June 14th, weather permitting. Follow our facebook page for updates and you can also contact Ray Yeager at 760-365-7897 or ryeager890@aol.com.
A place where neighbors come together, families share meals, and children grow up.
July 15 - Elks Annual Craft Fair. Christmas in July! Vendor set up at 8:00am, Opens at 9:00am. Food, Car Wash to benefit major Elks projects - Crippled Children, Purple Pig. Come on over, get your car washed and get your early Christmas shopping done! Contact Kathy Clark for more details: 760-220-5161.
Bringing together Veterans, Active Duty Military and Civilians
Mil-Tree Presents Ladies Night! A wine and paint party just for you! June 29th, 7:00 - 9:00 pm.

Ladies come on out and play! Take a couple of hours to yourself and join us for a fun evening.

ALL LADIES WELCOME! Active military, military wives, veterans, and civilians.
Hi-Desert Playhouse invites Directors' Submissions for Upcoming Season

The Hi-Desert Cultural Center’s prestigious Hi-Desert Playhouse theater division is seeking experienced and passionate theater directors to join its artistic team for its upcoming 2017-2018 season. 

As a top awarded regional theater in the Southern California desert, the Hi-Desert Playhouse’s new season will continue its impressive history of award -winning theater productions featuring Tony and Emmy Award-winning, Equity, and local up-and-coming talent.  Under the direction of artistic director and resident dramaturge, Howard Shangraw, the Playhouse is now accepting submissions from interested directors to be considered for its new season line-up of Main Stage, Reader’s Theater, and Youth Theater productions.  All ideas including comedies, dramas, and musicals are welcome.

The 2017-2018 season will feature community, semi-professional, and Equity level productions, and will consider both published and original works.  The Hi-Desert Playhouse offers exceptional opportunities for local talent who desire to work in a professional environment in the area’s leading state-of-the-art venues.

Interested directors may send an email to info@hidesertculturalcenter.org where they will then receive a link to the online application.  The Hi-Desert Cultural Center looks forward to reviewing your submission.  The deadline for submissions is June 16th.  For more information, call 760.366.3777 x6 or send an email to info@hidesertculturalcenter.org

Photo caption:  Hi-Desert Cultural Center directors, designers, and actors tied for the top awarded regional theater at this year’s Desert Theatre League awards.
NEA awards Center; Summer Youth Theater now enrolling!

The Hi-Desert Cultural Center (HDCC) has been awarded a $10,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) to support its top-awarded youth theater, music, and arts education programs this summer. 

Each year, youth in grades 1-12 are invited to enroll and be a part of this flagship summer arts program that takes place at the Hi-Desert Cultural Center, the regional arts center for the Joshua Tree National Park gateway communities.

Students receive hands-on, in-depth instruction in theater arts (acting, dancing, singing, and theater technologies), instrumental music, and visual arts.

The Cultural Center’s Summer Youth Theater program will produce the Southern California desert premiere of DreamWorks' new musical, Madagascar Jr. , which will begin July 10 for youth grades 4-12 and July 24 for youth grades 1-3.  

For more information or to enroll in the program, go to www.HiDesertCulturalCenter.org or send an email to artsacademy@hidesertculturalcenter.org.

Individuals and businesses interested in purchasing ad space in the summer production’s playbill or donating their talents or resources to the program to ensure that these extraordinary arts offerings continue to be available to the area’s youth, are encouraged to contact the Cultural Center at the above email or call 760.366.3777 Ext. 3.


A wonderful weekend filled with Stand Up, Comedy Cabaret, Improv and Workshops!

A Friday night gala at 6:30PM will kick off the weekend with the performance, You Make Me Laugh:  A Love Song To Gilda Radner, which is performed by the multi-talented actress/cabaret singer Francesca Amari.  

Saturday - Stand Up
Saturday Night - Comedy Cabaret
Sunday - Improv Sketch Comedy

Workshops for Improv/Comedy run throughout the weekend. Visit the website now for complete details.

29 Palms Desert Writers Guild 2016-17 season is finished and now is a great time to call and get information about the upcoming 2017-18 season which starts in September.

Find out about:


Schedule of General Meetings


For Information contact Don Jaffa

Morongo Basin Veteran’s Disability Clinic

Come meet and chat with other VETs in the area about  available local resources.

2nd & 4th Saturday of each Month
10 Am – 2 Pm
at 29 Palms Chamber of Commerce 

For Appointment Contact American Legion Post 761 Service Officer, Don  Jaffa – 760-865-0594

Or attend a meeting on 2nd Wednesday of the Month at FOE 67330 Twentynine Palms Highway, Twentynine Palms CA 92277.

Race Event Management, Chip Timing, Run Club
 Enjoy a weekend of running, biking and live music at the

Run on Saturday, Bike on Sunday, or join the ULTIMATE 29 and do both! This flat and fast 18 mile course is packed with amazing views of the Mojave Desert, spectacular mountain ranges, and Joshua Tree National Park. There will also be 10K and 5K running distances on Saturday! PLUS enjoy food and live music Saturday night with Arms of America U2 Tribute Band from Las Vegas! 
Regular Board meetings are held on the second Thursday of each month. All meetings are held in CMC Community Room at the Bell Center, 6162 Rotary Way in Joshua Tree, California. In the interest of time, the meeting will start at 2:00 p.m. with a Closed Session scheduled early in the meeting. The regular session will begin at 3:00 p.m, unless noted differently on the agenda. Board meetings are open to the public. 
 Life is about journeys not, destinations
7 Day Wilderness First Responder Training

Joshua Tree Excusions will be hosting a 7 Day, Wilderness Medical Associates International, Wilderness First Responders Course through the Wilderness Leadership Institute. AND a 3-day open re-cert

7-Day WFR

When: September 23-29
Where:  Joshua Tree Retreat Center, Joshua Tree, CA 92252
Seats available: 18
Cost: $739 per person. $869 with campsite

3-Day Open Re-cert
When: Sept 30-Oct 2
Where: Joshua Tree Lake RV and Campground
Cost: $389 per person.  $464 with campsite

For  additional lodging options, or to make reservations, contact the Joshua Tree Retreat Center  760-365-8371 or Joshua Tree Lake RV and Campground (760) 366-1213

 To Register or for additional information on the course, please click here

Dedicated to helping the citizens of the Morongo Basin and High Desert discover “with new eyes” the rich cultural heritage and natural history of this area.
Interactive Youth Exhibit
Conservation Quest
June 10 - September 16, 2017

Loaded with hands-on interactives, Conservation Quest delivers important conservation messages, inspiring visitors to make thoughtful choices about energy use. Learn about energy - what it is, where it comes from, how we use it and why it's so important to use it wisely. See how simple actions can make big differences for families, communities and the planet.

Youth Summer Camp

This year a summer camp themed around the Museum's "Conservation Quest" Exhibit is offered to children from 6-12 year old in age appropriate sessions. The programs run Tuesday through Thursday from 9 a.m. to noon. Click here to register.

Brown Bag Lunch Lecture
June 15, 2017, 12:00 p.m.

Living with Desert Wildlife: How to Help Native Species

Everybody has found a baby bird that could not quiet fly, or the little bunny that for sure shouldn't be out on its own, the lizard that has lost its tail, or the tortoise that was just too small. In this lecture Emma Baldwin, Primary Wildlife Rehab Keeper at The Living Desert, will talk about some of the problems wildlife is facing and what everyone of us can do to prevent some of the more common wildlife issues. She will also introduce the do's and don'ts of assisting a wild animal in need.

Emma Baldwin is the Primary Wildlife Rehab Keeper at The Living Desert for their Native Wildlife Conservation Program. She has  worked at The Living Desert for 4 years.  She has a bachelor's degree in biology also works as a zookeeper in the North American section of The Living Desert.

Bring your lunch, bring your friends, or just bring yourself to our Brown Bag Lunch Lecture Series once a month.  Speakers will present topics of special interest for high desert residents. The lectures start at 12:00 p.m. Admission is $ 5 - Free for Members/Sponsors - beverages will be served
MBHS presents The Mojave Project
Tonight! June 14, 2017 - 5:30 p.m.

Kim Stringfellow explores the physical, geological and cultural landscape of the Mojave Desert. The Mojave Project reconsiders and establishes multiple ways in which to interpret this unique and complex landscape, through association and connection of seemingly unrelated sites, themes, and subjects. 

For more information on the project click here.
Join the Morongo Basin Historical Society's 2nd Wednesday Lecture Series which is held at the Hi-Desert Nature Museum. Lecture begins at 5:30 p.m.. Donation is $5.00.
 The goal of the Twentynine Palms Historical Society's Young Historian program is to encourage the youth of Twentynine Palms to become more familiar with our local history. 
Situated on the 9,000 year old Oasis of Mara and surrounded  by the vast Mojave Desert looking up to Joshua Tree National Park, California.

Yoga is back!

 Class is $5 per person, and is currently being offered Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday mornings starting at 7:30am.

 Advance registration required – please call ahead to confirm schedule and reserve your spot (760)367-3505.

  The 29 Palms Art Gallery invites the public to the lineup of exciting summer events

The Guild Members Group Exhibition and summer youth art program will be held at the 29 Palms Art Gallery, 74055 Cottonwood Drive at the corner of National Park Drive, Twentynine Palms, CA  92277.

Get ready for another exciting month of Live at the Rock Free Summer Concert Series!

June 16: Smooth, Tribute to Santana

June 23: One More For The Road, Tribute to Lynyrd Skynyrd

June 30: Woodie and the Longboards, Tribute to The Beach Boys
City of Twentynine Palms Visitor Center & Gallery and Chamber of Commerce,
located at 73484 29 Palms Hwy., in downtown Twentynine Palms.

The exhibition showcases spring in the desert, with artwork created by desert artists, who were invited to submit their expressions in a variety of media, including paintings, photography, mosaics, ceramics, assemblage and metal sculpture.

The public is invited to attend the reception, view the show, and enjoy music and refreshments with the artists. Admission is free.

The exhibition will remain on display from April 7 through June 30, 2017 at the visitor center.

Art in Public Places exhibitions are hosted by the Public Arts Advisory Committee (PAAC) of the City of Twentynine Palms. For directions or more information, visit the website at www.Visit29.org or call (760) 367-6197.

  For 2017, Theatre 29 will present five Main Stage productions, a Halloween Haunt, a Summer Youth Theater Program, and an exclusive two-week run of a special theatrical event. In addition, new for 2017, Theatre 29 will introduce an Improvisational Theatre troupe under the direction of Chris Fleischman
Next up, the popular Broadway musical Into the Woods will be helmed by artistic director Charles Harvey and musical director Kathryn Ferguson. With a classic story that darkly twists and turns through the worlds of favorite Fairy tales and Children's literature. Into the Woods will run April 28th through May 21st.
The Andrew Lloyd Webber operetta, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat running August 25th through September 17th will bring the St. Joseph's Players of Yucca Valley's artistic director Rebecca Havely along with musical director Analisa Pilecki to Theatre 29.
The very popular season themed Halloween Haunt will continue with Freak Show for October 19th through 31st. Producer Brandon Hazel said the walk-through attraction will be both frightening and disturbing and definitely not for younger children.
 After an immensely successful, well-attended series of workshops and auditions, troupe director Chris Fleischman is thrilled to announce the cast of the inaugural improvisational comedy troupe, “The Baker’s Dozen”, at Theatre 29.

Live performances (rated PG-13) by the troupe are scheduled at Theatre 29 June 10, July 15, August 12, September 23, October 28, November 11, and December 30, 201 7.  

Ticket prices are greatly reduced with General Admission at $10.00, Military, and Seniors are $7.00 and $5.00 for students with ID. Theatre 29 Season Ticket holders can attend one performance at no charge.

Reservations can be made online at www.theatre29.org or by calling the theatre 29 Box Office at 760-361-4151.

The 2017 Theatre 29 Summer Youth Theater program is well into the planning stages and staff members are ready for this exciting educational experience in the live arts!

The program will run Monday Through Friday from June 26 through July 30, 2017, (4th of July off) culminating with two performances of “Disney’s Little Mermaid Jr.” set for each day, July 28, 29, 30, 2017. The Youth Theater Program and the performances will all be held at the Theatre 29 building at 73637 Sullivan Road in the City of Twentynine Palms.  

Unleash your creativity for fun project ideas

Directed By Award Winning Director Abe Daniels and starring Bianca Danielle Stoker (as Doris) and Jericho McWilliams (as Felix). This play was turned into a film in the 70s with Barbara Streisand and George Segal.
Opening June 3rd and running for 4 weekends.  Saturdays 7pm & Sundays 2:30 pm. Call for reservations at (760) 365-4523. The Groves Cabin Theatre is located at 8753 Desert Willow Trail in Morongo Valley. 

This intimate theatre fills up quickly so make your reservations early.

Opportunities For People With Disabilities
  Barry Manilow Live! 
A Gift of Love IV Benefit Concert 

We are excited to announce that Desert Arc is one of the chosen charities to benefit from Barry Manilow's A Gift of Love concerts in December!

Tickets are on sale now! Selecting Desert Arc when using the link below will ensure a portion of your purchase goes to help us continue to provide opportunities for people with disabilities.
Taking Action to Protect our Mojave Monuments

Submit your public comment and join us at a MONUMENTS FOR ALL RALLY to meet your community of Desert Defenders and learn more about the ways you can continue to fight for our Mojave Monuments! Upcoming rallies include:

June 15 • 6-8pm • Idle Spurs Steakhouse • Barstow, CA    

June 16 • 5-7pm • Spanish Seventh-Day Adventist Church • Indio, CA

We will be manning the booths Saturday and Sunday markets in Joshua Tree.  We have lots to share with people.  We are seeking volunteers for the booth over the summer. 

JUNE 20TH AT LAS PALMAS RESTAURANT   June 20th from 5-8 pm. everyone who dines at Las Palmas and tells them they are Democrats will be contributing to our treasury.  There will also be a 50/50 raffle and a few more surprises.

Please plan to support the club in this delicious way. 

Gary Biggs and Matthew Campos will again host a booth at the July 4th festivities.  Matthew has ordered the "booth in a box" from the CADEMS.  Additionally we have brochures on Democratic values, Constitutions, bumper stickers and good information to share.  Check with Gary if you are willing to help. 

July 15th Yard Sale
Donations are needed and welcome!   Volunteers are needed for Friday the 14th to set up and price and Saturday morning to sell.  We need tables - sawhorses - popups - chairs for workers and LOTS OF WORKERS TO HELP.  The hours will be morning, before the heat sets in.  More information will be forthcoming.

We willl host a special speaker, David Lamfrom, at its members meeting 10 am Saturday, June 10, in Bruce’s Coyote Kitchen on the Copper Mountain College campus, 6162 Rotary Way in Joshua Tree.  Mr. Lamfrom is the director of the California Desert and National Wildlife Programs for the Pacific Region of the National Parks Conservation Association, and he will speak on behalf of the opposition to the proposed Cadiz Water Project in the Mojave Desert.  There is an optional $10 breakfast buffet in the Kitchen before the meeting from 9 to 10 am. Please help us be “green” and bring your own coffee mug.   CONTACT PERSON: Paula Durrant, Secretary

Email us with requests or more information:  MBDems@gmail.com
Local Services

Ruth's Rabbit Trail Tours

Small-group tours of the fascinating historical and cultural sites of the beautiful Morongo Basin in the California high desert!

Many tours to choose from.  

Botanicals and Wildlife

Museums and Historical Sites

Antique Stores Tour

And more!

We're kicking off the summer with a special price of $15 for each custom spoon and free shipping in the US. This offer ends June 30, 2017.  

Contact DaisySunday on  Facebook or by email for more promotions and new creations!  



See how I create these images in this video.

Use our FREE "Safety Inspection" because it could save you a costly breakdown during your summer vacation. It's easy to schedule and takes little time to have our experts identify any issues. Call (760) 365-2353 
Offer ends June 30th, 2017. Cannot be combined with any other offers or coupons. 
Stay cool all summer with our AMAZING $39.95 air conditioning system tune up. You can't go wrong when you let our factory experts inspect your air conditioning system for maximum performance. Call now (760) 365-2353 to reserve your spot. 
It's not a SECRET, your tires need rotations and pressure checks to keep you and your family safe during those summer road trips. We offer FREE tire checks and rotations with any paid oil change service. Call (760) 365-2353 for instant savings
SEE OUR GREAT SELECTION OF PRE-OWNED UNDER $10,000.00  Tremendous savings on our entire pre-owned inventory! Exceptional interest rates, no credit, bad credit, even good credit!!
We are hear to help you. Here are just a few examples!!! 

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2014 Volkswagen Jetta (below) - $11,980.00 German Engineering at its finest

Kyle's Cleaning Services

Your home is your escape. Your area of relaxation. Give yourself a gift and let Kyle's Cleaning Services clean your home the way you want it cleaned.

Hailing from the greater metropolitan area of Twentynine Palms, CA, MarineSandpiper is the Southern California High Desert's only Rock & Roll bagpiper!  With over 15 years of bagpipe experience, MarineSandpiper can cover everything from traditional bagpipe music to classic rock and pop music.   
Our Flip Book is available each month where you can view our magazine by flipping the pages with your mouse, a virtual magazine. Send this to your out-of-town or local clients to show that their property is being shown in our magazine.  
  • Large Full Service Pull-Thru & Back-In Sites
  • 50 Amp
  • Propane
  • Pool
  • Spa & Sauna
  • Rec Hall
  • Tennis Court
  • Exercise Facility
  • Shuffleboard
  • Seasonal Activites
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Laundry Facility
  • Large Clean Bathrooms/Showers
  • BBQ
  • Fully Equipped Cottages with Satellite TV
  • Clean Air!
  • & Much More!!
Golf Courses
  • Adjacent to a 9 hole golf course -- 5 Minute walk!
  • Access to 18 Hole military gold course -- 15 Minute Drive 

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Twentynine Palms Chamber of Commerce| Phone: 760-367-3445 | Fax: 760-367-3366 | 29Chamber@29Chamber.org | www.29Chamber.org