Tucked away in a small canyon near the town of Joshua Tree is a seep called Coyote Hole Spring. Cattle ranchers developed the spring in the early 1900s. Today, it usually only has water after a significant rain.
Most of the petroglyphs here of Desert Archaic or Serrano origin. The site is well-known by locals who come to visit often and take care of the place.
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