Father's Day is quickly approaching, treat the dad in your life with a memorable holiday that he deserves! There are many options in Palm Springs for the adventurous dad. For a unique Father's Day adventure, explore these fantastic options local to Palm Springs and create memories that will last a lifetime.
Whether you come to Palm Springs for a dip in the hot springs, a scenic round of golf or a memorable horseback ride, to complete the experience you must visit at least one of these prodigious eateries for lunch. The diversity found in our cuisines is just as astounding as the other wonders that called to you. Tastes from around the world take your getaway to unimagined heights. These are a few of the establishments catering to your sense of adventure.
Fascinated by the movie business? Seeking an original activity for your next vacation? Come to beautiful Palm Springs in June. View debuts of quality new films. Who knows? You might be first to see a next box office record breaker or Oscar winner.
Palm Springs foodies are gearing up for the 2019 Greater Palm Springs Restaurant Week. The 12th annual event takes place from Friday, May 31 through Sunday June 9. More than 100 area restaurants will offer special prix fixe menus, with two-item lunch menus priced at $15, $20 and $25 and three-item dinners at $29, $39 and $49 (excluding beverages, tax and gratuities). Some venues may offer additional wine pairings and drink specials.
When you're in Palm Springs, staying in one of Mod Mansions Palm Springs vacation rental homes, and surrounded by southern California's beautiful desert, consider spending some time in nature. One of the best nearby places to explore is Joshua Tree National Park. Named for the spiky yucca plant, Joshua Tree is less than an hour's drive from Palm Springs. This rugged park is popular with campers, climbers, and hikers, and it's also good for spotting birds, bighorn sheep, and other desert wildlife. There are trails that range from easy and short to long and challenging -- so choose one or two of these hikes for a desert adventure.
There is no denying that Palm Springs is the best place to spend your spring break given the great Palm Springs vacation rental homes available through ModMansions.com and the surroundings of natural hot springs, lush golf courses, and the luxury of a desert oasis. In order to make the most out of your springtime in Palm Springs, you have to know the ins and outs of where to go, what to do, and how to do it all. Here are a few ways to enjoy spring break in Palm Springs and make memories to last a lifetime.
The 2019 LPGA Tour kicks off on April 4-7 as the Mission Hills Country Club hosts the 48th annual ANA Inspiration Tournament. The world's best women golfers will head to Rancho Mirage to compete for a $3 million purse, the Dinah Shore Trophy and the iconic white Champion's Robe.
The club's Dinah Shore Tournament Course, named for the celebrity golf enthusiast and honorary member of the LPGA Hall of Fame, is rated the number one course in the Coachella Valley. 2018 champion Pernilla Lindberg will defend her title against a lineup of top-ranked players such as Ariya Jutanugarn, Sung Hyun Park and Minjee Lee.
This winter's harsh weather may have you thinking that spring will never arrive. Rains, flooding and even snow have created a surprisingly lush wildflower season in the desert. Here are a few areas in the Coachella Valley for unsurpassed wildflower viewing.
Having been a mainstay in Palm Desert's cultural scene since 1973, the stage boards of McCallum Theatre have been graced by some of the greatest names in the business. This historic theatre is considered one of the top-50 theatres in the world with just over 1,100 seats. Continuing their 2019 season, some great musicals, comedy acts, and concerts are scheduled.
Love is in the air! Treat your sweetheart to a special Valentine's Day, Palm Springs style.
Share a romantic dinner with your valentine. Many of Palm Springs' fine restaurants are offering special Valentine's Day menus; just a few: