Are you a sun seeker? Maybe you like it hot and sunny? Then we have just the spot for you. Palm Desert in the summer. Our staff calls it the best time to visit, and we agree. Summer time is perfect for enjoying the area on your own. The tourist have gone home, and now only the true sun seekers are here. We have plenty for you to see and do while you enjoy the hot weather. With Palm Springs not that far away and the beauty of Palm Desert ready to amaze you, your summer is going to be filled with fun.
If you’re ready to come out to Emerald Desert RV Resort for summer vacation, then explore some of the top attractions we have for you. You will also find our rates very reasonable during the summer. Save 35% off the regular rate!
1. Aerial Tramway
Watch the world below as you climb nearly 6,000 feet on the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway. Ride in the world’s largest rotating tramcar and enjoy a reprieve from the desert valley heat. Temperatures at the top at Mountain Station are typically 20 to 30 degrees cooler. Enjoy a casual lunch or fine dining dinner while overlooking all of Coachella Valley. In celebration of the Tramway’s 50th anniversary, unlimited passes are only $50.
2. Palm Desert Museums
The Palm Springs Air Museum offers an experience that will captivate the interest of the entire family. The air-conditioned museum is home to one of the world’s largest collections of flyable World War II aircraft. The Palm Springs Art Museum displays everything from Native American and western art, to glass, to modern and contemporary works. Head over to the Agua Caliente Cultural Museum to learn about the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians and other indigenous peoples.
3. Evening Adventures
Beat the heat by exploring under the cover of night. Take an off-road tour of the San Andreas Fault or hike with night vision equipment amongst the eerie moonscapes of Joshua Tree National Park. Adventurers can also get a glimpse of the desert’s amazing nocturnal creatures.
Enjoy a little entertainment while taking a break from the sun. The McCallum Theatre features world-class concerts, ballets, plays, and more. The Indio Performing Arts Center hosts fantastic local and national shows and concerts.
5. Area Casinos
This one’s for the adults. No trip to the Coachella Valley is complete without a visit to one of the five casino resorts, conveniently situated throughout the area. They offer everything from fine dining and spa treatments, to luxurious amenities, and entertainment. Guests, of course, can also put their luck to the test with state-of-the art gaming.
6. On Site Activities
When guests aren’t exploring the area, Emerald Desert offers two refreshing pools. Guests can also head into the air-conditioned clubhouse to enjoy a game of cards, shoot some pool, or relax in front of the flat screen TV.