Relocated Joshua Trees serve as a focal point throughout the site. Decomposed granite and decorative stone are used where appropriate to top dress plant material in lieu of mulch which is easily eroded in the high winds that are characteristic of desert environments.
The 0.3 mile Thrive walk encourages visitors to exercise and stroll through the landscape as the pathway circulates the entire site.
Options for visitors to relax and dine are spread throughout the site. A curved concrete seatwall rings the central lawn space providing an area for the community to gather.