What We Offer at Your Palm Springs Vacation House
From the minute you walk in the door of your Palm Springs vacation house, you will know that you’ve made a wise decision. A spacious living room with a flat screen television is surrounded by comfortably furnished and tastefully decorated bedrooms. The kitchen comes packed with all the appliances, plates and silverware you will need to make and serve a fun family meal.
Many of our properties come equipped with swimming pools which provides a way for kids to burn off some energy before you head off to a museum or restaurant. Some homes come with decks where you can sit and enjoy a beautiful view of the mountains.
Our properties are in the most desirable neighborhoods in Palm Springs. No matter where your interests lie, you are certain to find something to do near your Palm Springs vacation house.
Palm Springs Air Museum
You and your family will love this interactive and fascinating museum. The price of admission will let you see fighter plans from both world wars. For an extra charge you can even take a ride on an old-fashioned plane.
Ruddy’s General Store Museum
If you’ve ever wondered what it was like to be alive during The Great Depression, this museum will give you a good idea of what you might have found at the store in a small town in the 30’s. Here you will find everything from borax to Babe Ruth bars, all perfectly preserved.
During your stay in your Palm Springs vacation house, you will learn the area has some of the best desert hiking trails in the country. You will find everything from easy trails to the famed Cactus to Cloud Trail, which is considered to be one of the most challenging hikes in the country. We recommend trying out any of the miles of trails in the Indian Canyons, Joshua Tree National Park, and the Coachella Valley Preserve. Each one will redefine for you what desert beauty means. Palm Springs takes the cake in that department. For a bird’s eye view of Palm Springs, take the aerial tram. At the top, you’ll find even more trails taking you further into the Mt. Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains National Monument.
Take a Windmill Tour
There are over 3000 windmills in Palm Springs that power over 200,000 homes. The San Gorgonio Pass is home to so many of these giants because it funnels so much air in between the San Bernardino Mountains to the north and the San Jacinto Mountains to the south. You and your family can learn how wind power works and catch a breeze in the process. You’ll walk away with a greater appreciation for these giants and for the research and innovation that makes clean energy possible.