Coachella Valley Preserve, Palm Springs
(4.6/5 based on 380+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • Fabulous fun and amazing views.. wear appropriate footwear, sunscreen and bring lots of water! Talk to the rangers before you set off, so that they know where you have gone and when to expect you back...  more »
  • There is only one palm tree that is native to California, and that is the California fan palm (Washingtonia filifera). If you want to see a wild corner of the desert the way it looked to the Indians, ...  more »
  • My annual pilgrimage Winter in Palm Springs would not be complete without a hike at The Coachella Valley Preserve. My favorite hike being the Pushawalla Palms. The trail is about five miles out and ba...  more »
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  • A real Oasis! We were riding our bikes and decided to stop in. Super nice hosts. Very cool spot.
  • Scenic views of the surrounding desert in the drive in, followed by unique up-close views of a desert oasis. California fan palms dominate the area. Bring lots of water and sturdy shoes.
  • It's a must see. It was so kool how all of it grew together. I went when it was 110 out cause i was only there for a short time. I plan on going back when its a little cooler so i can explore more. I love it.
  • I really loved my experience here! I went out early to try to capture the stars away from the bright city lights. It was fun being out there at dusk ( the gates open at 7am ). If you go solo you'll have the companionship of many caterpillars and a diversity of insects. Walking in the open spaces reminded me of a time when I was playing Final Fantasy 12. The McCallum Oasis was very pristine. Although I didn't see any crayfish, the Aussie next to me did!
  • It has some beautiful palms and a nice trail, and it is basically free, but so is the Morongo Valley Preserve which I liked better. And of course Joshua Tree NP is the real highlight of this area, so visit this after you went there first.