Joshua Tree National Park, California
There are 9 campgrounds in the park, only three (Black Rock Campground, Indian Cove Campground, and Cottonwood Campground) provide water and flush toilets. There are several trails to choose from in the park, depending on whether you want to talk a leisurely stroll or a longer hike. Joshua Tree National Park also has a variety of places to choose to try some rock climbing for the first time or even for those more experienced climbers. If you want a few pointers, Joshua Tree Rock Climbing School and AMGA-certified guide teaches rock climbing in the park and has been there since 1988. Beginners can take a one or two day Basic Rock Climbing course and with a little practice they can take the two day Intermediate course.
Ojo Caliente, New Mexico
This desert oasis is home to sulfur-free, geothermal mineral waters flowing from a subterranean volcanic aquifer that gets up to 109 degrees. The hot springs have been used since the 15th century, when the ancestors of the areas Native American Tewa tribes built pueblos surrounding the hot springs. There’s a private soaking area for tribal leaders, but also Lithia, Iron, Soda, and Arsenic, that are open to the public. There are also hiking and mountain biking trails, massage therapy rooms, three private soaking pools with outdoor fireplaces, a wine bar and beautiful cottages and suites.
30 miles south of Flagstaff are is the beautiful red rock landscape of Sedona. There are more than 100 hiking, running, and mountain bike trails for the outdoor enthusiast. There are also several great restaurants in the area, the 100-percent natural vegetarian menu at Chocolate Tree or dine creekside at the romantic L’Auberge de Sedona.
If you love to take adventures and go amazing places but you have a timeshare that’s not working for you, we can help. Request an information packet to find out how to get rid of your timeshare.