If you’re looking for a new home in a city with a small town feel, why not consider Desert Hot Springs? Situated in Riverside County, California and within the Coachella Valley region, it offers scenic views of the mountains and desert landscape, fun outdoor activities and amazing hot springs.
Meanwhile, Palm Drive Mobile Estates is one of the neighborhoods that best exemplifies the tranquil and rural feel of Desert Hot Springs. Located on Palm Drive, residents can easily access Interstate 10, the nearby international airport, several walking trails, community parks, and natural hot springs.
Aside from its strategic location, Palm Drive Mobile Estates is also known for its spa-like amenities, including a swimming pool, a clubhouse with a full kitchen, a small gym, and a laundry room.
Local events in and around Desert Hot Springs
Aside from breathtaking views of the mountains and desert landscape that offer fun outdoor activities, the city is also known for its vibrant nightlife and exciting social scene. Read on below to learn more about the upcoming local events you shouldn’t miss.
If socializing with a “green” goal sounds fun, why not sign up for the Whitewater Preserve clean-up drive on July 23? Not only will you help clean the environment and preserve the biosphere, but you also get to see the breathtaking view of this 2,851-acre nature preserve that’s known for its several hiking trails and ponds and rivers filled with trout.
- Date: 8:30 AM – 11 AM, Sat., July 23, 2022
- Location: 9160 Whitewater Canyon Rd, Whitewater CA 92282
If you like exploring the great outdoors but struggle with direction, this training is perfect for you. This crash course will teach you the basics of navigation using a map and compass, identify landmarks, and take a bearing, allowing you to hike anywhere in the world, including places with no trails and “obvious” landmarks.
The Wilderness Patroller members will hold the navigation and off-trail class that covers 2 miles round trip on uneven terrain. Consequently, you need to bring at least 3 liters of water, a backpack containing enough food for a day hike, and proper hiking attire (e.g., hiking boots, a hat, sunglasses, etc.)
- Date: 8:45 AM, July 23, 2022 (The hike is expected to be completed at around 2 PM.)
- Location: The Long Valley Ranger Station (meeting venue)
- Cost: $28.95 for the tram ticket (You need this ride to arrive on time at the meeting venue.)
When you look at the desert during the daytime, you’d probably think it’s nothing but a barren wasteland. However, this is far from the truth, especially at night when the insects and reptiles come out to hunt and eat.
If desert night adventure sounds appealing to you, why not sign up for a family-friendly event in which participants will take a short walk along the Art Smith Trail basin to see some nocturnal animals in their natural environment?
When you attend this event, make sure that you wear closed-toed shoes and bring water.
- Date: 8:45 PM (check-in) / 9:00 PM – 10 PM (actual hike), Sat., July 23, 2022
- Location: Art Smith Trailhead, Highway 74, Palm Desert, CA 92260