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Local Attractions and Activities

The Coachella Valley region offers a wealth of activities and attractions to suit virtually any taste … much too many to list here. But here is a brief outline of some of the offerings available along with a few quirky favorites submitted by the Los Arboles staff. For information about other attractions and activities not listed here, contact the front desk.

Palm Canyon Drive:  Palm tree lined shopping and dining areas abound. Classic Palm Springs.

Palm Springs Aerial Tramway:  888.515.8726. The worlds largest rotating tram cars will whisk you 2.5 miles up Mt. San Jacinto for amazing scenic overlooks, great hiking and more. A few staff members at Los Arboles know the terrain at the top of the tram quite well and will be happy to recommend a trail if you feel like stretching your legs up there at 8500 feet and higher!

The Palm Springs Follies: 760.327.0225  The Fabulous Palm Springs Follies is a world-famous, Broadway-caliber celebration of the music, dance, and comedy of Mid-Century America featuring a cast of Long-Legged Lovelies and Follies Gentlemen ranging in age from 58 to 82.

 

Pappy and Harriets:  760.365.5956.  A great little live music venue featuring an eclectic mix of artists. Located in Pioneer Town, about a 35 minute drive from Los Arboles Hotel and sometimes closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays. For the schedule of upcoming bands and events ... click here.

 

Tahquitz Creek Golf Resort:  760.328.1005.  Feel like getting out on the fairway during your visit to Palm Springs? Golf Digest recently rated Tahquitz Creek Golf Resort as “One of the Best Places to play in Palm Springs” with 36 holes of Championship golf.The Legend course built in 1959 by Billy Bell and the newer Resort Course by Ted Robinson, a true desert style course.


Joshua Tree National Park: 760.367.5500. A geological and scenic national treasure. Joshua Tree National Park really should not be missed.


Salvation Mountain: Hard to find, a long drive and absolutely not for everyone. But if you have the time and think you might enjoy quirky folk art on a massive scale … set the GPS to Niland, California, start the car and let the adventure begin!