102 ° / 80 °
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Play a pickup game of soccer or tennis. Take Fido for a long walk. Bring the kids for an afternoon of skateboarding. Or even enjoy an outdoor performance. Palm Desert parks and recreation areas offer plenty of options for families, athletes and people of all types – all year round.
From Palm Desert’s Civic Center Park – featuring 72 acres of fields, courts, paths, public art, an amphitheater and three swimming pools – to community parks throughout the city, Palm Desert takes its parks seriously. Palm Desert city parks include:
View an interactive map and learn more about Palm Desert parks on the Palm Desert city website. See detailed park information now.
Once you’ve explored Palm Desert’s parks, take a trip outside the city to nearby state and national parks like the stunning Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains National Monument, located on the south end of the Coachella Valley, where you’ll find one of the steepest mountains in the world.
No visit to the Palm Springs area is complete without a tour of the Joshua Tree National Park, full of gold mining history, 19th century homesteads and of course plenty of distinctive Joshua trees.
Swim. Hike. Golf. Shop.
Go ahead, make your plans…..
we won’t hold you to them.
October 19, 2014
2:30 pm - 4:30 pm
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