Though powered by state-of-the-art solar panels, the Trading Post has overlooked Palm Canyon for almost a century—who built it, and why?
Embrace the great outdoors hiking at Indian Canyons, view historic aircraft, and discover why there is no place else like Palm Springs.
Before you descend into Palm Canyon, consider its centuries-old history as the ancestral home of the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians.
Head outdoors and explore the natural wonders of Greater Palm Springs with one of these five tours by hiking, riding horseback, and by wagon.
A pink dot double decker umbrella inspires a Palm Springs couple to create a themed patio party that you can duplicate this summer.
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.
New General Manager Phil Woodrum oversees two 18-hole courses, a pro shop, and a restaurant at Indian Canyons Golf Resort in Palm Springs.
The allure of Andreas, Palm, and Murray canyons in Palm Springs, collectively known as the Indian Canyons, forge a deep connection to history.
The Oasis Trail is a re-creation of the Indian Canyons, just miles away in downtown Palm Springs at the Agua Caliente Cultural Plaza.
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