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Palm Springs Hot Spots


Villagefest


Every Thursday evening Palm Canyon Drive closes to traf- fic and turns into an open-air outdoor marketplace. It’s a wonderful way to spend an evening. You can visit a number of businesses that stay open late or browse the more than 200 booths offering beautiful art, jewellery, vintage cloth- ing, handcrafted items and unique food. There is an eclectic assortment of street entertainment on every block and cafes or restaurants nearby to grab a drink and people watch. See the heart of beautiful downtown Palm Springs at Villagefest from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Oct. through May, and between 7 p.m. and 10 p.m. from June to Sept.


Joshua Tree National Park


The higher and cooler Mojave Desert is the special habitat of Yucca brevifolia, the Joshua tree for which the park is named. The park is a photographer’s and outdoor adven- turer’s dream. A 45-minute drive past thousands of wind turbines will bring you to Joshua Tree National Park. Discover giant rock formations, backcountry trails and the wildlife that exists in the high desert. The trails offer spectacular views and if you don’t want to walk you can go by horseback or mountain bike. Be sure to visit the Key’s View Overlook which offers a panoramic view. On a clear day you can to see all the way to Mexico.


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Photo Courtesy of Palm Springs Bureau of Tourism.


Photo Courtesy of Palm Springs Bureau of Tourism.


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