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Beautiful walk along palm fringed stream along with more hikes in the hills. Great scenery.
Sturdy shoes, camera, water, hat and sunglasses. Great place to picnic, hike, or just enjoy the views and fresh air. Have natural springs and water-pools. After a nice snowfall or rain, there are waterfalls at a short hike.
The Indian Canyons, located at the south end of Palm Springs, is a popular protected nature sanctuary comprised of three unique canyon environments. The area is part of the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians reservation and is a great place for hiking and exploring some beautiful desert scenery.
A short drive down to the Palm Springs area and you'll find one of the most beautiful places in the valley! Take the Andreas trail to some water...not always year round. It is on Indian land so there is a fee. I think $9 per person. After explore Palm Springs and grab a bite to eat!
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“The museum's permanent collection consists of more than 24,000 objects. 12,000 objects include fine art, fine art photography, photographic archives, Native American art, Mesoamerican art and artifacts from other cultures. The natural science collections are categorized in geology, biology and archaeology. 12,000 specimens include ceramics, lithics, tools, weapons, minerals, fossils, rocks, casts of fossils, herbaria, mounted invertebrates, preserved amphibians and reptiles, study skins and whole mounts of birds and mammals.”
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“Thursday nights on Palm Canyon Road is a blast. Start at LuLu's and walk the closed off streets while visiting other bars, restaurants, and vendors.”
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“Climb to 8,500 ft in just 10 minutes on the largest rotating aerial tramway in the world. At the top, dine at the restaurant or explore the mountains on numerous trails.”
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“Mexican food somewhere between bad and mediocre, but it's always a lively scene in the heart of downtown PS. And the oldtimer band playing cover songs all night sounds perfect once you're drunk enough to dance with your toddlers to your favorite yacht rock tunes. If you're vegan, make sure to ask for chips fried separately in vegetable oil, they will gladly accommodate you. Avoid LULU next door at all cost, unless you like tacky decor, BLAND food, salt shakers that don't work, slow service and getting blasted by instrumental Euro pop while asking the waiter why they added extra cheese to your vegan pasta.”
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“Palm Springs Surf Club is a defunct water park located in Palm Springs, California. The park operated under Cedar Fair's ownership as Knott's Soak City until 2013 when CNL Lifestyle Properties acquired it. The park plans to reopen in 2020 after a complete renovation of the property”
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