The Coachella Valley encompasses the cities Palm Springs, Palm Desert, Rancho Mirage, Indio, La Quinta, Indian Wells, Cathedral City, and Desert Hot Springs. Each city has their unique activities and destinations, so there is never a shortage of fun things to do in your free time. With Eisenhower Health Facilities sprinkled throughout the valley, our staff can always rest assured that they are in close proximity to popular attractions and fun activities.
Check out the illustrated map below for a visual compilation of the destinations and locations you should check out next time you are in the Coachella Valley.
The “Hottest” Spots in The Coachella Valley
Cabazon Dinosaurs – Take a quiet detour to visit the Cabazon Dinosaurs, right off the Interstate 10 on your way into Palm Springs. Here you will experience a park full of life size dinosaur sculptures. This destination is iconic and has been featured in a number of pop culture films.
San Jacinto Mountains – The San Jacinto mountains provide a stunning backdrop, visible from nearly anywhere in Coachella Valley.
Aerial Tramway – Board the Aerial Tramway to view the picturesque cliffs of Chino Canyons via a rotating tramcar. Once you arrive in Mt. San Jacinto State Park, at an elevation of 8,516 feet, enjoy activities from restaurants, hiking trails, a natural history museum and more.
Indian Canyon – Escape to the serene hiking trails of Indian Canyons. The Agua Caliente Cahuilla were the original settlers in this area and you can still see traces of their communities to this day.
Backstreet Art District – Calling all art lovers! Backstreet Art District boasts more than a dozen of galleries and studios. You’ll enjoy a diverse assortment of art from paintings, photography, to sculpture, and more.
Uptown Design District – Running from North Palm Canyon Drive to Alejo Road, Uptown Design District features a diverse collection of 50 vintage, retro and modern shops as well as galleries.
Palm Springs International Airport – Centrally located, Palm Springs International Airport, makes your next getaway stress free and convenient. This airport was recently named one of America’s Top 10 “Most Stress Free Airports”.
Sunnylands Center & Gardens – Take a stroll in the 200-acre historic residence and the 9-acre garden of Walter and Leonore Annenberg to view over 70 species of native and adapted plants. It is a truly tranquil experience.
Sky Watcher Star Tours – Soak up the clear night sky and see the stars like you’ve never seen them before. With access to our state-of-the-art telescopes, our guides will teach you all about the mysteries of the cosmos.
Golf Club at Terra Lago – With a great view of the Coachella Valley, there is no better place to enjoy a nice game of golf alongside stunning views than at the Golf Club at Terra Lago. If you are looking for a challenge, this course includes 36 challenging holes at varying elevations for more advanced golfers.
Coachella Music Festival – Come join the fun at one of the biggest music and art festivals in the world. Embrace your youth, let loose, and have a good time with your friends while enjoying some of the biggest artists in the world alongside newer up-and-coming acts.
Living Desert Zoo & Garden – Come learn about what it’s like live in a desert ecosystem. You can even get close and personal by feeding giraffes, riding camels, and taking part in other hands-on exhibits.
Indian Wells Tennis Garden – Home of the world famous BNP Paribas Open held in March every year, these courts are a must-see destination for tennis fans. Come watch the best players in the world compete or come in the off-season to play tennis with your friends and family.
Eisenhower Health Center – Eisenhower Health is located on a 130-acre campus in Rancho Mirage, in the unique and stunning California desert. Complement your lifestyle with a five-star career — It’s all waiting for you at Eisenhower Health.
Eisenhower Health Facilities – Enjoy the lifestyle you deserve. Achieve it all with a career at one of Eisenhower Health’s state-of-the-art clinics sprinkled throughout the spectacular Coachella Valley.
Originally posted on 27/12/2018