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Published by Baron Travel, 2019-11-28 00:08:32

Oasis Palm Springs

Oasis Palm Springs

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Find your oasis.

SOUTHERN LOCATION
CALIFORNIA’S
OASIS

Located just two hours east of Los Angeles,
Greater Palm Springs is among Southern
California’s most prized destinations. It
boasts an incomparable collection of
seductive luxury hotels, resorts and spas;
world-class music and film festivals; and
nine different cities each with their own
neighborhood feel. Greater Palm Springs
serves as the gateway to Joshua Tree
National Park.

palm springs international airport (PSP) air service

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Delta Air Lines WestJet

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PALM SPRINGS INTERNATIONAL
AIRPORT (PSP)

Named as one the “Top Ten Stress-Free U.S.
Airports” by SmarterTravel.com, Palm Springs
International Airport (PSP) welcomes visitors with
a friendly, VIP vibe. Airport scores high marks with
travelers for quick check-ins and friendly, fast
TSA checkpoints, plus the added bonus that PSP
is only minutes from plane to baggage to area
hotels.

AIR SERVICE PARTNERS

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SAN DIEGO AND SAN FRANCISCO CONNECTING TO PSP FLIGHTS FROM ACROSS THE CONTINTENTAL UNITED STATES
TO PALM SPRINGS INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (PSP)

San Diego

TRAVEL DISTANCES

Gateway cities Miles Kilometers Regional driving distances
Los Angeles
San Francisco 110 177 Anaheim/Disneyland 90 145
Las Vegas
San Diego 498 801 Yosemite National Park 396 637
Phoenix/Scottsdale
Ontario 273 439 Death Valley 299 481

110 177 Grand Canyon 401 645

280 451 Santa Barbara 200 322

70 113 Sacramento 485 781

Day trips 61 98
Joshua Tree National Park 78 126
Anza Borrego State Park 94 151
Big Bear Lake 53 85
Salton Sea Recreation Area 69 111
Temecula Wine Country 87 140
Borrego Springs/Octillo Wells 45 73
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Little Morongo Rd
Indian Canyon Dr Mountain View Rd
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Dillon Rd Bubbling Wells Rd
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N Palm Canyon Dr Indian Canyon Dr 20th Ave

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Amado Rd
PALM SPRINGS
INTERNATIONAL

AIRPORT (PSP)

Tahquitz Canyon Way

El Cielo Rd Ramon Rd Cathedral Canyon Dr

Mesquite Ave Mesquite Ave

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9
RESORT
CITIES
ONE
BEAUTIFUL
OASIS

PALM SPRINGS LA QUINTA

An intimate village atmosphere steeped in A golfer’s paradise surrounded by the scenic
fine dining, shopping, boutique hotels and Santa Rosa Mountains, fabulous dining,
midcentury modern architecture. shopping, hiking trails and an abundance of
art and culture.
• Palm Springs Aerial Tramway
• Palm Springs Air Museum • Desert Classic PGA golf tournament
• Palm Springs International Film Festival • La Quinta Arts Festival
• Uptown Design District • Old Town La Quinta
• VillageFest (every Thursday night) • PGA WEST

DESERT HOT SPRINGS INDIAN WELLS

This quaint community is situated both natural A premier luxury resort city famous for top
hot mineral springs and cold water aquifers resorts, sensational spas, shopping, dining and
that feed into its multiple spa properties. year-round recreational activities.

• Cabot’s Pueblo Museum • Indian Wells Arts Festival
• 20 boutique mineral water spa resorts • Indian Wells Golf Resort
• One of America’s most popular cities for its • Indian Wells Tennis Garden (BNP Paribas

exceptional drinking water Open)

CATHEDRAL CITY INDIO

A center of family-oriented fun, unique dining, “The City of Festivals,” this family-oriented
hiking and one-of-a kind shopping—from community is home to both rich agriculture
vintage to the new and trendy. and world-recognized entertainment.

• Award-winning Fountain of Life in • Music festivals (Coachella, Stagecoach
Cathedral City’s Town Square stone and Desert Trip)
sculpture
• Empire and Eldorado Polo Grounds
• Big League Dreams sports park • Indio PowWow
• Hot Air Balloon Festival • International Tamale Festival
• Perez Road Art & Design District • Riverside County Fair & National Date

RANCHO MIRAGE Festival
• Shields Date Garden

“The Playground of Presidents,” the city is COACHELLA
home to stellar golf courses, lushly landscaped
estates, first-class shopping and fine dining. Greater Palm Springs’ easternmost city
is renowned for celebrating its multi-
• The Annenberg Retreat at Sunnylands generational Mexican American culture with
• The Show at Agua Caliente Casino Resort annual events and for its stately groves of date
trees.
Spa
• Children’s Discovery Museum of the Desert • Gateway to Salton Sea
• ANA Inspiration LPGA Golf Tournament • Coachella walls murals
• Pueblo Viejo Historic Tour
PALM DESERT • Saturday Farmers Market

Filled with cultural, educational and retail AREA-WIDE ACTIVITIES
offerings, the city features restaurants, golf
resorts, miles of hiking trails and shopping for • Casinos • Hot Air Balloons
every budget.
• Eco-tours • Jeep & Hummer Tours
• College of the Desert Street Fair
• El Paseo (“The Rodeo Drive of the Desert”) • Golf • Windmill Tours
• McCallum Theatre for the Performing Arts
• National Monument Visitor Center • Hiking • Shopping
• Palm Springs Art Museum in Palm Desert
• The Living Desert Zoo & Botanical Gardens • Hollywood History • Architecture Tours

UNIFYING 9 CITIES
BY SHARING COMMON
ATTRIBUTES

The Greater Palm Springs CVB brand is built
upon its brand pillars. These pillars (physical
and emotional attributes) reflect what our
9 resort cities have in common relative to
appealing to our various visitors.

From natural underground springs
that for centuries have been one of
California’s most prized natural wonders
to the picturesque canyons and mountain
backdrops, it’s easy to see why the Native
Americans of the area once considered it
sacred ground.

ARTS & CULTURE MIDCENTURY ARCHITECTURE

Greater Palm Springs is attracting new Architecture and design are another
visitors with its growing arts scene. Artists big draw, thanks to a wealth of
are inspired by the uniqueness of the midcentury modern designs from
desert landscape, using the open space renowned architects including Albert
as their canvas and gallery, developing Frey, Donald Wexler, John Lautner and
new forms of art working with materials E. Stewart Williams.
only found in GPS. Other signs of a vibrant
art scene include College of the Desert’s
new $5.6 million visual arts building (2014),
Palm Springs Art Museum and the new
Architecture and Design Center (2014).
Clearly, GPS has an edge and vitality that’s
fueling – and fueled by – the evolving art
scene.

ARTSGPS APP DOWNLOAD IT

PALM SPRINGS ART MUSEUM Art is everywhere. SEARCH IT
artsGPS makes public MAP IT
Both locations offer compelling temporary exhibitions that art easier to find. FIND IT
change throughout the year and are supplemented by the App available to
museum’s vast permanent collection, which includes works from download on iTunes.
Chagall, Warhol, Lichtenstein, Moore, Frankenthaller, Kapoor,
Judd, Morris, Adams and Rauschenberg.

HEALTH & WELLNESS

Some of the most legendary hot springs
and meditation centers began in the
Greater Palm Springs oasis and still exist
today. Since the days of the earliest
Native American settlers and Hollywood
celebrities in the 1920s and beyond, many
have visited to relax under our shady palms
and rejuvenate in our healing waters. Our
nine distinct cities merge into one serene
and natural escape. Epic hikes through
the Indian Canyons, yoga next to ancient
waterfalls and downtime in light-filled spas
surrounded by breathtaking views—it’s all
here. Be your best self. Live your wellest.

LIVE YOUR WELLEST
There are epic hikes through ancient
canyons, soothing waterfalls, light-filled
spas surrounded by whispering palms…
whatever brings you joy you’ll find it here.

CULINARY/DINE GPS

Savor the local flavors in Greater Palm
Springs. From farm-to-table fare to creative
takes on American classics, dining in the
desert is always full of delicious surprises.
Add in experiences like supper clubs, great
food, wine and craft beer festivals, and the
highly anticipated Greater Palm Springs
Restaurant Week, and you have one foodie
destination you don’t want to miss.

FULL MENU OF DINING OPTIONS
Enjoy unique dishes and inspired menus from
outdoor cafes to fine dining restaurants in
a variety of settings to fast causal eateries
throughout Greater Palm Springs. To find
great options visit dineGPS.com or follow us
on social media via #dineGPS.

300+ TEE UP AT THE “GOLF CAPITAL
DAYS OF OF THE WEST”
SUNSHINE
Surrounded by incredible desert scenery, the
immaculate course conditions and playability
are suitable for players of all levels.

Visit visitgreaterpalmsprings.com/golf
to find out about:

• Annual over-seeding schedules

• Local golf specialty stores

• Expert golf instruction

• After-golf dining (19th hole)

PETE DYE — Four of the nine courses at La ARNOLD PALMER — The golf legend has
Quinta Resort & Club and PGA WEST along designed numerous courses in the area,
with layouts at Mission Hills Country Club including Mountain View Country Club,
and The Westin Mission Hills Golf Resort Tradition Golf Club, SilverRock Resort and
& Spa showcase this prolific designer’s the PGA WEST Palmer Course in La Quinta;
signature elements. The Classic Club and Indian Ridge Country
Club’s Arroyo and Grove Courses in Palm
N ICK FALDO — Faldo’s Marriott’s Shadow Desert; and Mission Hills Country Club in
Ridge in Palm Desert has been recognized Rancho Mirage.
by Golfweek as the nation’s 75th “Best
Resort Course.” TED ROBINSON — “The King of
Waterscape” has immortalized his
J OHN FOUGHT — Fought took the City trademark water features at Rancho Las
of Indian Wells’ former East Course and Palmas Country Club and JW Marriott
crafted The Players Course into what Desert Springs.
Golfweek regards as the nation’s No. 7
“Best Municipal.” LEE SCHMIDT AND BRIAN CURLEY — The
team designed the dual North and South
JACK NICKLAUS — From clubhouse to courses at Indio’s Golf Club at Terra Lago.
green, the Nicklaus Design Team course
at Escena Golf Club pulses with the vibe GARY PLAYER — The Westin Mission Hills
of Palm Springs cool, as do the Toscana Golf Resort & Spa’s Gary Player Signature
Country Club in Indian Wells and the PGA Course is one of two championship
WEST Jack Nicklaus Private and Jack courses at the resort, each a completely
Nicklaus Tournament courses in La Quinta. different experience to challenge the golf
enthusiast.
GREG NORMAN — The Norman Course at
PGA WEST offers 60 acres of tight fairways TOM WEISKOPF — The Tom Weiskopf
that taper toward the greens with nine Private Course at PGA WEST is Weiskopf’s
ponds, challenging players of all levels. only venture into golf design in Greater
Palm Springs but is considered a favorite
TOURNAMENT COURSES among those who love the game.

The storied history of pro golf in the Home to more than 120 courses, here are
Coachella Valley dates back to the 11th a few former tournament courses that are
Ryder Cup played at the Thunderbird open to the public.
Country Club in 1955. The worldwide allure
of desert (and celebrity) golf brought • The Classic Club, Palm Desert
various tournaments to Greater Palm Springs • SilverRock Resort, La Quinta
including the Skin’s Game and Battle at • TPC Stadium Course at PGA WEST,
Bighorn. The play continues today at PGA
Tour’s Desert Classic, the LPGA’s ANA La Quinta
Inspiration and the PGA Tour’s Qualifying • Jack Nicklaus Signature Course at
School.
PGA WEST, La Quinta
• Terra Lago, Indio
• Indian Wells Golf Resort, Indian Wells

VISIT
SOUTHERN
CALIFORNIA
DESERTS

JOSHUA TREE NATIONAL PARK

A scenic drive up Highway 62 to Twentynine
Palms leads to the north entrance of Joshua
Tree National Park. Compromising of high-desert
wilderness and hosting “forests” of namesake
Joshua trees, desert wildlife, inspiring vistas and
a colorful history, the nearby park is a natural
treasure for visitors from all over the world. Any
time of the year, plan to hike, camp, rock climb
or take a guided tour. In the spring, view colorful
spring blooms or spy a desert tortoise emerging
from hibernation.

Geographically, the park encompasses rugged
mountains of twisted rock, granite monoliths,
arroyos, playas and alluvial fans. In addition to
fascinating geography, wildlife and plant life,
Joshua Tree National Park is distinctively marked
by the reminders of the early Pinto Man, who
inhabited the area and the abandoned mines
of 1800s gold seekers waiting to be discovered
along the many hiking trails.

CLIMBING & HIKING IN THE PARK

The high desert mecca for rock climbers
attracts aficionados from all over the world.
Joshua Tree’s gigantic boulders and its famous
traditional-style crack, slab and steep-face
climbing opportunities tempt even the most
experienced climber. With more than 400
climbing formations and 8,000 climbing routes,
there is something for any experience level.

DESERT REGION VISIT CALIFORNIA DESERTS
HIGHLIGHTS
5
01 AMBOY CRATER

Recognized for its visual and California is home to three main deserts: Mojave, Colorado and
geological significance, Amboy
Crater is an excellent example of 80 Great Basin. Unlike anywhere else in the state, or for that matter the
a very symmetrical volcanic cinder
cone. Sacramento world, the California Deserts are a “theme park” of adventure,
history and exploration. The region lures visitors to elevations of
GALLETA MEADOWS
02 80 thousands of feet above to more than 280 ft/85 m below sea
(BORREGO SPRINGS)
San Francisco level, offers health and wellness in the natural hot mineral
waters that bubble to its surface, and lays claim to
Discover artist Ricardo Breceda’s
steel-welded sculptures of prehistoric hundreds of old mines and ghost towns hidden in its
and modern animals.
mysterious hills and valleys.
03 MAIN STREET MURALS California Deserts DEATH DESERT REGION AVERAGES
Northern Desert VALLEY
(BARSTOW) NATIONAL

PARK

Explore a walking gallery of historic Central Desert 15 MOJAVE Avg High Avg Low Avg Precip
murals along Route 66’s last existing NATIONAL Month (ºF / ºC) (ºF / ºC) (in/cm)
Main Street. Join one of the hosted 5 PRESERVE 44/6.5
or self-guided walking mural tours. Jan 70/21 1.16/2.95
Southern Desert

MANE STREET STAMPEDE Ontario JOSHUA TREE Feb 75/24 47/8 1.2/3.05
04 WILD WEST SHOW NATIONAL PARK Mar 80/26.5 51/10.5 .49/1.24
Los Angeles Greater Apr 86/30 56/13 .05/.13
(PIONEERTOWN, APRIL-OCTOBER)
Orange County Palm Springs 10

Experience the excitement of the San Diego ANZA-BORREGO May 94/34.5 63/17 .02/.05
American West as performers bring DESERT STATE PARK Jun 104/40 70/21 .02/.05
to life the Old West in re-enactments. Jul 108/42 76/24.5 .14/.36
JOSHUA TREE Aug 107/41 76/24.5 .29/.74
05 MITCHELL CAVERNS NATIONAL PARK Sep 101/38 70/21 .22/.59

The only limestone caves in the Oct 91/33 61/16 .20/.51
California State Park system, the
caverns were reopened for public Nov 76/24.5 48/9 .38/.97
tours in November 2017, allowing
visitors to once again view the With nearly 800,000 acres of mystical Dec 70/21 40/4.5 .7/1.78
intricate stalagmite and stalactite beauty, Joshua Tree National Park is 2.28
formations, as well as prehistoric Annual 90.5 / 32.5 62.3 / 16.8
fossils, in this remote area of the
eastern Mojave. undoubtedly one of the world’s most

incredible natural desert treasures.

THE INTEGRATRON Sweeping, grand in scale and populated SAN ANDREAS FAULT
by granite monoliths and voluptuous
06 (LANDERS) rock and boulder formations, the park

Relax into an unforgettable sound offers wonder to eco-travelers, outdoor
experience perfect for those who adventurists and naturalists. Two large
seek rejuvenation and introspection.
ecosystems come together to form this The San Andreas Fault: It’s a seam in the
07 PETROGLYPH PARK quiet land, conducive to meditation ground that snakes 800 miles through
(RIDGECREST) and roaming, that have been carved by California and extends to depths of 10
extremes in climate from wind to rain to an miles within the Earth. It’s the geological
Tour Kern County’s newest park, ever-present, relentless sun. feature responsible for plenty of
featuring renditions of ancient Native
American rock art. earthquakes capable of producing the Big
One. This master fault line runs the length

BADWATER BASIN of the Coachella Valley. It protrudes from
the earth in spectacular form, producing
SKY’S THE LIMIT tangible geology that anyone can
OBSERVATORY &
08 NATURE CENTER experience.

(TWENTYNINE PALMS) Nearly 200 square miles of stark white salt
flats line the bottommost point of Death
View the desert night sky at free Valley. At Badwater Basin you can walk ANZA — DARK SKY
star-viewing events every Saturday, out on top of a large patch of the flats that COMMUNITY
except during full moons. seem almost lunar in their vastness and
desolation. The crunch under your feet is Visitors can enjoy unmatched stargazing
09 CALICO GHOST TOWN composed of crystals constantly breaking opportunities in Greater Palm Springs and
(YERMO) and reforming along to the climatic its surrounding deserts. Borrego Springs,
changes in this harsh environment. The less than an hour’s drive south of Greater
Old West mining town has been enclosed basin is considered the valley’s Palm Springs, is one of only 15 Dark Sky
around since 1881; during the largest drainage system. Communities in the world and the only
silver strike in California. With its 500 Dark Sky Community in California. Part of
mines, over $20 million in silver ore VISITCALIFORNIADESERTS.COM the International Dark Sky Places Program,
was produced over a 12-year span. Borrego Springs offer unparalleled night
skies illuminated only by the millions of
10 ROUTE 66 stars above.
(NEEDLES TO SANTA MONICA)

Route 66 chronicles a time when
heading west stood for finding new
opportunities while enjoying the
diverse scenery that unfolded along
the way.

GIRLS GETAWAY

ONE-OF-A-KIND • Shop at specialty stores and trendy
EXPERIENCES boutiques in Palm Desert on El Paseo
and in the quaint village of Old Town La
ADD TO ANY Quinta.
ITINERARY
• Indulge in a resort spa day at The Parker
ARTS & CULTURE Palm Springs, Spa Las Palmas or Two
Bunch Palms.
• Tour the area’s distinct midcentury
modern architecture. Visit the Palm Springs • Experience a group yoga class or try a
Art Museum and Sunnylands Center & spin class at Pedal Spin Studio in Rancho
Gardens. Mirage.

• Attend the acclaimed annual Palm • Spend the day by the pool at your resort
Springs International Film Festival to see or vacation villa with a frosty margarita.
superb global cinema and Hollywood
stars. • Enjoy a champagne brunch at Spencer’s
or Cheeky’s in Palm Springs, Wilma &
• Find inspiration around every corner at the Frieda’s Café in Palm Desert, VUE Grille &
prestigious La Quinta Arts Festival. Bar in Indian Wells or Vino & Vinyasa.

• Visit Agua Caliente Cultural Museum, GUYS GETAWAY
Cabot’s Pueblo Museum and Coachella
Valley History Museum to learn about • Head to the BMW Performance Center
unique Southern California heritage. West at The Thermal Club for a driving
class in an M Series BMW then strap in with
• Experience a thriving music and theatre a pro driver for an exhilarating high-speed
scene, from touring Broadway plays, jazz Hot Laps.
cabaret and nightclubs to the world-
famous Coachella Valley Music and Arts • Tee off on a championship golf course
Festival and Stagecoach. designed by the world’s leading golf
architects.
CULINARY
• Hike, bike, swim, play tennis, take a jeep
or motorcycle tour, and unwind with a
men’s treatment in the spa.

• C hill out with locally crafted beer from
Coachella Valley Brewing Company, La
Quinta Brewing Company, Babe’s Bar-B-
Que & Brewhouse or try Scotch & Stretch
for a private yoga lesson followed by wine
or scotch tasting.

FAMILY

• The Food Network hails Indio’s • Take a ride on the world’s largest
International Tamale Festival, featuring rotating tramcar on the Palm Springs
more than 300 vendors, multiple stages Aerial Tramway for a thrilling ascent up a
of live entertainment, and wine and beer mountain.
gardens.
• Visit The Living Desert Zoo & Gardens to
• Enjoy 10 days of food, carnival rides and see more than 450 desert animals and
live entertainment at the annual Riverside many other attractions in this 1,200-acre
County Fair & National Date Festival. preserve.

• Sample a grand taste of our oasis • Ride the waves at Wet ‘n’ Wild, a
every June during Greater Palm Springs spectacular water park that features a
Restaurant Week. wave pool, waterslides, lazy river and
super soaking family fun house.
• T aste, sip and learn about the latest
culinary trends at the Food & Wine Festival • Embark on a jeep or Hummer sightseeing
Palm Desert, featuring celebrity chefs tour to experience the wonders of the
and more than 60 premium wines and San Andreas Fault or Joshua Tree National
champagnes to try. Park.

• Join the food tour pros from Desert Tasty • Zip up and down the sand dunes on
Tours for a three-hour guided culinary and Offroad Rentals quad ATVs at Windy Point.
cultural stroll.

OUTDOOR RECREATION

HEALTH & WELLNESS • Enjoy a guided mountain bike tour
with Big Wheel Tours as you get your
• Slip into the healing mineral waters that adrenaline pumping with the signature
emerge from the earth in Desert Hot “Earthquake Canyon Express” experience.
Springs, home to nearly 20 boutique spa
resorts. • Channel your inner cowboy and spend
an afternoon horseback riding through
• Go for an invigorating hike with more than palm-filled canyons, courtesy of Smoke
100 trails in and around Greater Palm Tree Stables.
Springs for all fitness levels.
Visit hikingingps.com. • Play a round of FootGolf, a fun
combination of soccer and golf, offered
• Take a cardio, yoga, Pilates, spinning or at several beautiful locations around GPS.
fitness class at a full-service luxury resort in
our oasis. • Beneath the palm trees and mountains
of GPS lies a vast aquifer. At both the
• Play a game of tennis at a resort, park or Coachella Valley Preserve in Thousand
tennis academy. The courts at the state- Palms and the Indian Canyons in Palm
of-the-art Indian Wells Tennis Garden Springs, you can enjoy a natural palm
are open to guests with an advance oases walk, where you will see plants and
reservation and fee. animals thriving.

• Visit our farmer’s markets, restaurants and • At Joshua Tree National Park, you can
cafes for a variety of dishes featuring spend an afternoon hiking on nature trails,
locally grown vegetables and fruit. climbing giant boulders or practicing your
photography skills in one of the nation’s
LGBT most iconic natural locales.

• Experience the Greater Palm Springs Pride SHOPPING
Festival and Parade, one of the most
celebrated Pride events in the world. • Stroll the fashionable El Paseo shopping
district in Palm Desert and Palm Canyon’s
• Party at premier LGBT events such as boutiques in downtown Palm Springs.
Cathedral City LGBT Days, Dinah Shore
Weekend and Jeffrey Sanker’s White • Wander the colorful, open-air bazaars
Party. of VillageFest and College of the Desert
Street Fair.
• Attend the annual Cinema Diverse:
The Palm Springs Gay and Lesbian Film • Explore the mega malls of Desert Hills
Festival. Premium Outlets and Cabazon Outlets,
located 20 minutes west of Palm Springs.
• Enjoy endless entertainment at a variety
of nightclubs catering to the LGBT • D iscover retro midcentury modern
community. furnishings and décor in the Uptown
Design District, Cathedral City’s Perez Art
• Shop for amazing art and architecture in & Design Center and many unique resale
Palm Springs’ Uptown Design District. shops throughout our oasis.

• Experience exquisite boutique shopping
and dining in Old Town La Quinta and The
River in Rancho Mirage.

JANUARY JULY

SIGNATURE • Palm Springs International Film • Independence Day Celebrations
EVENTS Festival & Fireworks (various cities)
CALENDAR
• Desert Classic, a PGA Tour Event AUGUST
• Southwest Arts Festival
• Sunday Polo at Empire Polo Club • Idyllwild Jazz in the Pines
• Splash House
and El Dorado Polo Club • Comic Con Palm Springs
(January–March)
• HITS Desert Circuit Horse Show SEPTEMBER
(January–March)
• Desert Hot Springs Spa Tour • Cinema Diverse LGBTQ Film Festival
• Fiestas Patrias - El Grito
FEBRUARY
OCTOBER
• Modernism Week
• Tour de Palm Springs • Joshua Tree Roots Music Festival
• Riverside County Fair & National • Howl-O-Ween at The Living Desert
• Palm Desert Golf Cart Parade
Date Festival • Palm Springs Women’s Jazz Festival
• Palm Springs Fine Art Fair • Modernism Week Fall Preview
• McCormick’s Collector Car Auctions • Desert Trip Music Festival
• Cathedral City Hot Air Balloon
NOVEMBER
Festival
• Jacqueline Cochran Air Show
MARCH • Greater Palm Springs Pride Festival
• Palm Springs Veterans Day Parade
• BNP Paribas Open • Rancho Mirage Art Affaire
• La Quinta Arts Festival • Desert Arts Festival
• Coachella Valley Wildflower Festival • Dia de Los Muertos USA
• Native FilmFest • McCormick’s Collector Car Auctions
• Rhythm, Wine & Brews Experience • WildLights at The Living Desert
• Indio Pow Wow
APRIL
DECEMBER
• Club Skirts presents
The Dinah Shore Weekend • Palm Springs Festival of Lights Parade
• Indio International Tamale Festival
• LPGA ANA Inspiration • Palm Springs Walk of the Inns
Golf Tournament • Coachella Christmas Parade

• Fashion Week El Paseo YEAR-ROUND
• American Documentary
• VillageFest (Thursdays)
Film Festival • College of the Desert Street Fair
• Indian Wells Arts Festival
• Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival (Saturday/Sunday)
• Stagecoach Country Music Festival • Farmers Markets
• Palm Desert Food & Wine Festival
• White Party

MAY

• Cinco de Mayo Fiesta
• Joshua Tree Music Festival
• International Museum Day
• Arthur Lyons Film Noir Festival

JUNE

• Greater Palm Springs Restaurant
Week

• Palm Springs International ShortFest

• Splash House

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RIVERSIDE AND
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Greater Palm Springs, Southern California’s most storied oasis, SANTA ROSA nine Scities, each 62nd Ave its own personality and Salton Sea

comMpOrUiNsTAeINsS with

blend of excitement. From boutique hotels to five-star luxury resorts, Greater Palm Springs has the accommodation experience to

fit every visitor’s needs. The destination has a permanent population of 354,923 and the local population swells annually to more

than 600,000+ during the winter season, from January through May.

THE CITIES AND THEIR POPULATIONS* ARE: CLIMATE:

Palm Springs 45,402 Sunshine 300 days annual average

Desert Hot Springs 28,164 Rainfall 5.5 in annual average

Cathedral City 54,264 139 mm annual average

Rancho Mirage 17,510 Temperatures January

Palm Desert 50,417 43°-69° F • 6°-21° C

Indian Wells 4,974 April

La Quinta 38,489 59°-91° F • 15°-33° C

Indio 87,533 July

Coachella 24,568 76°-108° F • 24°-42° C

*2016-2017 Coachella Valley Economic Partnership October

(CVEP) Annual Report 63°-93° F • 17°-34°C

VISITOR & TOURISM STATISTICS: 5.7 Million
12.9 Million
Annual Overnight Visitors
Annual Day/Overnight Visitors 16,000+
Available Rooms 200+
Hotels:

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Discoveries are found
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indulging in various
luxuries in Greater find your oasis
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locally roasted coffee,
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and unique sites that
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Visit the Greater Palm
Springs CVB YouTube
page to view videos
and gain travel
inspiration.

Follow Anndee Laskoe
as she shows how
you, too, can leave
footprints on mountain
tops, travel dirt roads
to curious places and
explore strikingly odd
spaces.

The Chill Chaser, Amy
Yerrington, tracks
down the coolest
“chills” around
Greater Palm Springs
so you don’t have to!
Learn about the best
bites, shopping and
adrenaline thrills, art,
spas, nightlife and
much more.

Watch the adventure
unfold with our “Two
Dudes” as they
share great outdoor
experiences in Greater
Palm Springs.

Find your oasis all
season long, in
Southern California
and enjoy everything
Greater Palm Springs
has to offer.

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publishing magnate Walter Annenberg and his wife Lenore. Club (Season Opens) Tribute Day
former estate of US Ambassador Book well in advance for house tours; admission to gardens is • Tour de Palm Springs • Splash House
erg and his wife Leonore, is open free. Closed in August.
mission to the Sunnylands Visitor FEBRUARY SEPTEMBER
ns is free, while tours of the estate HIDDEN GEMS • Modernism Week • Cinema Diverse Film Festival
nts are offered at select times with • Empire Polo Grounds. While arguably best known as the site of • Art Palm Springs
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nto fall. Free brochures, maps, and tips on scenic drives, attractions, • Coachella Christmas Parade
dining, and lodging. 56711 Twentynine Palms Highway, Yucca Tournament • Dennis James Golf Classic
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CALIFORNIA • Coachella Valley Music & Arts • Palm Springs Festival of Lights
70100 highway 111 DESERTS
rancho mirage, ca 92270 Festival Parade
• Indian Wells Arts Festival • Palm Springs Walk of the Inns
800.967.3767 | 760.770.9000 • Stagecoach Country
YEAR ROUND
visitors center hours Music Festival • VillageFest (Thursdays)
m–f 8:30 am – 5:00 pm • College of the Desert Street
MAY
• Arthur Lyons Film Noir Festival Fair (Saturday/Sunday)
• Cinco de Mayo Fiesta • Certified Farmers Markets:
• International Museum Day
• Joshua Tree Music Festival Palm Springs Sat Oct - May
• White Party La Quinta Sun Oct - May
Palm Desert Wed Oct - Apr

How to get here: DESTINATION MAP
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