graphicLong known as "The Golf Capital of the World," weekend duffers and scratch golfers alike can visit any of Palm Desert’s 20 private and public golf courses, all within the city limit--plus more than 100 valley-wide.

Palm Desert is home to such celebrated tournaments as the "Bob Hope Chrysler Classic," and the "Frank Sinatra Celebrity Invitational Golf Tournament" which is hosted by the city’s own Desert Willow Golf Resort.

If you prefer tennis, as a player or spectator, the new multi-million dollar "Indian Wells Tennis Garden" in neighboring Indian Wells hosts the sixth largest tennis tournament in the world in March. The Desert Seniors Cup Tennis Tournament is also played in March.

Other year ‘round activities include ballooning, hang-gliding, hiking, Jeep tours, Native American cultural festivals...or just plain relaxing. Palm Desert awaits you! To learn about all we have to offer, call the Palm Desert Visitors Center at (760) 568-1441 for your free Visitor’s Information Kit.

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If the mysteries of the world’s deserts appeal to you, The Living Desert is a must-see! This 1,200-acre interpretive center of desert life is home to warthogs, Arabian oryxes, desert unicorns, mountain lions, cheetahs, Mexican wolves, big horn sheep and many more. In addition are magnificent botanical gardens, nature trails, and the new WaTuTu African Village.

Major entertainment from all arenas of the performing arts are staged at The McCallum Theatre. This 1,140-seat venue is noted for its billings of acclaimed entertainers from all reaches of the globe - from classical music, Broadway shows and the latest in contemporary dance, audiences eagerly anticipate each new season at the McCallum.

graphicRenowned internationally, Palm Desert’s own Golf Cart Parade takes place every November. Over its more than 30-year history, this fun-filled local event has grown to draw crowds in excess of 25,000 parade-watchers along its route down El Paseo. Extravagantly decorated (and frequently hilarious!) golf cart floats, marching bands and entertainment of all kinds thrill locals and tourists alike.

Palm Desert also boasts a popular summer concert series, movies in the park, and "Springfest"... a family celebration in the park. Nearby are annual jazz festivals, fascinating lecture series, and a multitude of cultural and entertainment amenities to delight all interests and ages.

Palm Desert, "Where the Sun Shines a Little Brighter," is not solely a resort destination. Many visitors and vacationers have become residents of this quiet, family-oriented community. Clean air, uncongested highways, the perfect climate, reasonable housing costs, a healthy economic base...all combine to make Palm Desert one of the most attractive communities in Southern California.

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