If you have never been to Coachella Valley, you don’t know what you are missing. The Coachella Valley is approximately 45 miles long and 15 miles wide and is nestled in the southeast corner of California. It has been ranked as the 13th largest metropolitan areas in the United States. People tend to flock to the Valley during the winter months as a great location to ride out the colder season. In comparison during the summer time, the population can be cut down by more than half because of the rising temperatures. One interesting fact about the Valley is that it is one of the best places to farm for vegetables and fruit, and this is because of the climate, and ongoing amounts of sunshine all year round.

Landscape view of Coachella Valley

The Coachella Valley has many different views including the Salton Sea, and the Santa Rosa Mountains. As one of the reasons to visit, travelers love the area for its rich history, landmarks, and fun things to do. There are many actions available to those who don’t want to be cooped up in the house or hotel. You can go on horseback rides through one of the many canyons, or go hiking through the Thousand Palms Canyon. It is a trendy spot for tourists because of the trails and the amazing scenery.

One of the most popular cities to visit in the Coachella Valley is Palm Springs. Palm Springs has been made famous as a destination that many celebrities love to visit. It has been called. “A Mini Hollywood.”

One of the causes people love to come to the Valley is because of the dry climate. It has been very beneficial to those who have allergies and arthritis. It is one factor as to why many of the residents are in love with the area.
While you are visiting the area you might want to check out one of these fun places:

The Living Desert Zoo and Gardens
The Palm Desert Aquatic Center
Palm Springs Art Museum
• The Desert Circuit Horse Show

The Palm Desert Aquatic Center is one place you are going to want to stop by and have a fun filled day in the pools, especially when temperatures can easily go over 100 degrees. The perfect time to visit is in January when temperatures are not as hot. So keep these places in mind the next time you are visiting the Coachella Valley.

 

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See directions below:

Coachella Valley (This route has restricted usage or private roads.)
Palm Desert, CA 92211

Head east on Covington Dr toward Hillcrest Dr (Restricted usage road)
0.2 mi

Turn left onto Cook St
0.4 mi

Use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto Frank Sinatra Dr
1.0 mi

Turn right onto Shepherd Ln
0.3 mi

Turn right onto E Petunia Pl
!Destination will be on the left
220 ft

Bug Guy Services Palm Desert
74112 E Petunia Pl, Palm Desert, CA 92211, USA

 

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