Hit the trail when you visit the Indian Canyons where approximately 60 miles of hiking is available among awe-inspiring landscape.
The Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians is teaching the next generation about preserving bighorn sheep through the Bighorn Youth Academy.
The allure of Andreas, Palm, and Murray canyons in Palm Springs, collectively known as the Indian Canyons, forge a deep connection to history.
The Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians’ latest real estate development, VUE Palm Springs, offers close proximity to downtown Palm Springs.
Cahuilla artist Gerald Clarke created a mural at the Agua Caliente Casino Rancho Mirage to bring the visual and the message to his own people.
Through rich narratives passed down over thousands of years, the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians have connected past and present.
The Oasis Trail is a re-creation of the Indian Canyons, just miles away in downtown Palm Springs at the Agua Caliente Cultural Plaza.
Jeff L. Grubbe, chairman of the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians, is excited about the opening of the Agua Caliente Cultural Plaza.
What does the future hold for downtown Palm Springs? We talk to the players – developers, entrepreneurs, politicians – to find the answer.
A lot that formerly housed one of Palm Springs’ first drive-in theaters is active again with the Palm Springs Flea Market and Food Fest.