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Big Wheel Tours
“Since 1998 Big Wheel Tours has helped tens of thousands of Palm Springs visitors experience our area’s natural wonders. From Joshua Tree National Park to the San Andreas Fault to the Salton Sea our guides will tailor an outdoor adventure for you. Come and experience a desert that is like no other place on earth”.
42160 State Street . Palm Desert
(760) 779-1837 — bwbtours.com


Desert Adventures
Desert Adventures is the premier outdoor adventure and eco-tour company in the Greater Palm Springs area and the only outdoor adventure company that can take you to our private 800 acre Metate Ranch, located in the Indio Hills.
(760) 324-5337 — red-jeep.com


Palm Springs Fun Trips
Our tours are the #1 tour of choice among Palm Springs best resorts. Experience the REAL DESERT with the BEST.
(760) 285-0876 — adventurehummer.com


Balloons Above the Desert
Experience something completely different. Make a reservation today!
(760) 347-0410 — balloonabovethedesert.com


Certified Farmers Market
Coachella Valley Certified Farmers’ Markets. A Palm Springs Cultural Center Event with locations La Quinta, Palm Springs and Palm Desert.
844–732-7628 — certifiedfarmersmarkets.org


College of the Desert Street Fair
For over 30 years, The Street Fair, at College of the Desert is considered one of the top things to do in the Palm Springs area, where locals and visitors alike can spend their day with an open-air shaded shopping experience second to none. With merchandise and services for all ages and any budget, the Street Fair offers over a thousand items for sale from artisans, home goods, fashion, furniture, vintage cars, a farmer’s market, live entertainment, gourmet food and much more.
43500 Monterey Avenue . Palm Desert
(760) 636-7957 — codaastreetfair.com


Children’s Discovery Museum of the Desert
Promoting intellectual curiosity and self expression through inventive and interactive exhibits and programs, the Museum houses 50 hands-on exhibits including a rope maze, rock climbing and a gravity ball fall.
71701 Gerald Ford Drive . Rancho Mirage
(760) 321-0602 — cdmod.org


Desert Hills Premium Outlets
Gucci. Salvatore Ferragamo. Versace. Giorgio Armani. Escada. Just a few of more than 130 outlet stores featuring an impressive collection of the world’s leading designers and brand names — all offering savings of 25% to 65% every day.
48400 Seminole Drive . Cabazon
(951) 849-5018 — premiumoutlets.com/deserthills


Fantasy Springs Resort Casino
A Vegas-style casino with big-name entertainment, a variety of cafes and restaurants plus Fantasy Lanes with its 24 state-of-the-art bowling lanes, arcade and sports lounge for family fun.
84-245 Indio Springs Parkway, Indio
(800) 827-2946 – fantasyspringsresort.com


Spotlight 29 Casino
All your favorite casino games, from slots to tables, restaurants and special events.
46200 Harrison Place, Coachella
(760) 775-5566 — spotlight29.com


Agua Caliente Casino
32250 Bob Hope Drive . Rancho Mirage
(888) 999-1995 — hotwatercasino.com
Spa Resort Casino — 401 East Amado Road . Palm Springs


Indian Canyons
Palm, Andreas and Murray canyons have been described as a recreational oasis with indigenous flora and fauna that can be observed along foot and equestrian trails. Visitors can still see bedrock mortars used centuries ago by the Agua Caliente Cahuilla Indians.
3 miles south of East Palm Canyon Drive. Palm Springs
(760) 416-7044 — indian-canyons.com


Joshua Tree National Park
Over one million acres of spectacular Mojave and Colorado desert landscape provide dramatic views plus hiking, rock climbing, picnicking and great opportunities for painting and picture taking.
(760) 367-5525 — joshuatree.org


Wet ‘N Wild
A 21-acre oasis of water adventure park has 18 amazing water rides and attractions including a wave pool and Kahuna’s Beach House, an interactive water playhouse.
1500 S. Gene Autry Trail . Palm Springs
(760) 327-0499 — wetnwildpalmsprings.com


McCallum Theatre
World-class performances by artists as varied as Chris Botti, Bill Cosby and Amy Grant, along with Broadway blockbusters, entertain in what has been recognized as one of America’s most beautiful and prestigious theaters.
73000 Fred Waring Drive . Palm Desert
(760) 340-2787 — mccallumtheatre.com


Palm Springs Aerial Tramway
The Palm Springs Aerial Tramway—the world’s largest rotating tram car—travels over two-and-one-half miles along the breathtaking cliffs of Chino Canyon, transporting riders to the pristine wilderness of the Mt. San Jacinto State Park. During your approximately ten-minute journey, tram cars rotate slowly, offering picturesque and spectacular vistas of the valley floor below. Once you reach the Mountain Station—elevation 8,516 feet—enjoy two restaurants, observation decks, natural history museum, two documentary theaters, gift shop and over 50 miles of hiking trails.
1 Tram Way . Palm Springs
(888) 515-8726 — pstramway.com


Palm Springs Air Museum
The Museum houses one of the world’s largest collection of flying World War II planes, rare and original combat photography and memorabilia. Programs regularly feature flight demonstrations of historic planes as well as visiting contemporary military aircraft.
745 North Gene Autry Trail. Palm Springs
(760) 778-6262 — palmspringsairmuseum.org


Palm Springs Art Museum
Palm Springs Art Museum creates transformative experiences that expand our understanding of ourselves and the world. Our collections, exhibitions, and programs connect people to the art and culture of our community and time. We foster and inspire reflection and renewal for local, national, and global audiences.
101 Museum Drive . Palm Springs
(760) 322-4800 — psmuseum.org


Tahquitz Canyon
One of the most beautiful and culturally sensitive places of the Agua Caliente Reservation, it is home to a spectacular 60-foot waterfall, rock art, native wildlife and plants. Ranger led interpretive hikes are available.
500 W. Mesquite . Palm Springs
(760) 416-7044 — tahquitzcanyon.com


The Palm Canyon Theatre
The valley’s oldest source of live theatrical entertainment. Located in the beautiful uptown design district of Palm Springs. Close to all that Palm Springs has to offer.
538 North Palm Canyon Drive . Palm Springs
(760) 323-5123 — palmcanyontheatre.org


The Gardens on El Paseo
A superb collection of more than 45 upscale shops and fine restaurants in a lush oasis in tune with the natural desert landscape. Anchored by Saks Fifth Avenue, the two-level, open-air complex boasts a convenient self-parking garage.
Between San Pablo and Larkspur on El Paseo . Palm Desert
(760) 862-1990 — thegardensonelpaseo.com


The Living Desert Zoo & Gardens
It is a wonderful world of family fun — home to native and exotic animals, beautiful gardens, scenic trails, Wildlife Wonders animal shows, gift shops and cafés. There is even an African Village WaTuTu.
47900 Portola Avenue . Palm Desert
(760) 346-5694 — livingdesert.org


Movie Theatres/Cinemas
Cinemark Century And XD, La Quinta
Cinemas Palm d’Or, Palm Desert
Desert IMAX, Cathedral City
Century Theatres at The River, Rancho Mirage
Regal Stadium 16, Rancho Mirage

Disclaimer: California Lifestyle Realty is not affiliated with or endorsed by any, nor do we endorse any of the area attractions listed. Information presented here is deemed to be correct but is not guaranteed.