The Desert Sun’s Mark Olalde reports that AutoCamp broke ground on it’s new glamping development near Joshua Tree National park in late January. Renderings from AutoCamp show a very cool looking campus located near the main gate to Joshua Tree National Park. The 26.15 acre AutoCamp park will be home to 55 Airstream trailers and will feature a Quonset Hut Clubhouse meant as a nod to local midcentury modern architecture while also blending into the natural desert landscape. artwork both indoors and out here, including a wall sculpture by Ana DiGiallonardo, an outdoor mural by Jaque Fragua, and a tapestry by the Avo design studio, a large plunge pool that will serve as a hot tub in the winter months, an outdoor bar, a general store and a mobile kitchen for pop up chef residencies.  To reduce the site’s environmental impact, AutoCamp Joshua Tree will have an onsite water treatment system and solar panels on the Clubhouse, while the landscaping will feature ultra-low use water plants. Those who plan on visiting Joshua Tree to go stargazing will also be happy to hear AutoCamp will use dark-sky compliant lighting to protect the area’s status as an International Dark Sky Park. 

You can read Mark Olalde’s original article, including a discussion on the project’s environmental impact, courtesy of The Desert Sun at: 

You can also learn more about AutoCamp’s Joshua Tree location directly from the horses’ mouth as it were at: 

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