Desert Tours near Palm Springs?
Does anyone have suggestions for a desert tour near Palm Springs in August?
- BolanLv 61 decade agoFavorite Answer
Agua Caliente Cultural Museum, Village Green Heritage Center, 219 S. Palm Canyon Dr., Palm Springs, 778-1079. Permanent and changing exhibits interpret the history and culture of the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians and other Cahuilla peoples. Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wed.-Sat., and noon to 5 p.m. Sun. Free admission.
Big League Dreams Sports Park, 33-700 Date Palm Dr., Cathedral City,324-5600. This sports complex replicates Chicago’s Wrigley Field, New York’s Yankee Stadium, and Boston’s Fenway Park. It also offers inline hockey, basketball, indoor/outdoor soccer, flag football fields, batting cages, and sand volleyball. Perfect for group and corporate outings.
Boomers! 67-700 E. Palm Canyon Dr., Cathedral City, 770-7522. This family fun center features three 18-hole miniature golf courses, go-carts, bumper boats, a rock climbing wall, an arcade, batting cages, and a snack bar. The center is available for birthday parties and team-building exercises and offers weekly specials and group rates.
Cabazon Cultural Museum, Fantasy Springs Resort Casino, 84-245 Indio Springs Pkwy. (I-10 and Golf Center Pkwy.), Indio, 827-2946. A 3,000-square-foot museum on the Cabazon Reservation presenting a historical perspective of the Cahuilla Indians, emphasizing the past 150 years. Baskets and other artifacts on display. Open 1-5 p.m. Mon.-Fri.
Cabot’s Indian Pueblo Museum, 67-616 Desert View Ave., Desert Hot Springs, 329-7610. From 1941 until his death in 1965, homesteader and adventurer Cabot Yerxa constructed his Hopi-inspired home out of materials he found in the desert. The multilevel, 35-room home features 150 windows and 65 doors. Also on the property is a 43-foot monument carved from a 750-year-old Sequoia redwood as a tribute to Cabot’s Lakota friends. The museum contains photos from Cabot’s travels, as well as Alaskan and Native American artifacts. Open 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Fri.-Sat.
Children’s Discovery Museum, 71-701 Gerald Ford Dr., Rancho Mirage, 321-0602. The museum offers elementary school age children and their parents more than 50 hands-on exhibits. Children learn and have fun while creating, exploring, and experimenting in a safe, caring environment. Throughout the years, children have left an everlasting mark on one of their favorite exhibits: a Volkswagen bug. Another popular attraction is a make-believe grocery store.
Club Achilles – The Iron Age, 79-450 Highway 111, La Quinta, 564-9112. Part country club, part exercise facillity, part performance center and part sports bar. Club Achilles is one of the most unique experiences to hit the golfing world all under one roof.
Coachella Valley Museum & Cultural Center, 82-616 Miles Ave., Indio, 342-6651. The Coachella Valley Museum & Cultural Center is housed in an adobe built in 1926 as the home and clinic of Indio’s first doctor. It features Native American basketry and artifacts, memorabilia from valley pioneer families, a blacksmith shop, a saw mill, an exhibit about the railroad years in Indio, and water and agricultural displays.
The Elvis Honeymoon Hideaway, Palm Springs, 322-1192. Tour the lavish estate where Elvis and Priscilla Presley spent their first night of marriage in 1967. An iconic example of mid century modern architecture. Docent group tours are available by appointment only.
- 1 decade ago
Ya get your head examined....lol It is running around 107 now it will be about 112 or better by then.
I'd stick to Agua Calliente the casino down there and air conditioning...but if you must. Morongo Casino and hey they have the fabulous outlet malls there.
Sincerely though something scenic in August would honestly suggest you do that shuttle thing clear up the mountain side. It is a tram and that would really be a great thing to do since it is cooler up above. It is on the eastern side of Palm Springs as you enter off the first 10 exit. Everyone knows it. That is a great way for scenery.
If you must go into the famous Yucca Desert close to there you better make sure you take lots of water and follow the guide suggestions. Its drivable it is very close to the marine base at 29 Palms, use to go there all the time. August is absolutely the worst time of year to try this. Just being honest.Source(s): live 25 miles from palm springs, my son works in palm springs.
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- 1 decade ago
Yup why donot you come to India and enjoy desert safari