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Indian Palms Vacation Club

Introduction to Indio & Palm Springs
Palm Springs is considered the ideal year-round vacation destination. You'll find something here for everyone: shopping, sunning, golfing, biking, hiking, gaming, exploring, cultural and ethnic events, nightlife, tennis, eco-tourism, people watching, and of course, the natural beauty of Palm Springs' surroundings for you to sit back and enjoy. What's notable about Palm Springs is its diversity of residents, visitors, and attractions.

Accommodations
Indian Palms Vacation Club at Indian Palms Country Club and Resort is an informal golf getaway resort located in the Coachella Valley on the outskirts of Palm Springs. Set against a dramatic mountain backdrop, you can enjoy the recently renovated 27-hole championship golf course, considered by many to be one of the best in the area. After golf, take a swim in the pool, soak in a hot tub, hike, bike, or play tennis, and finish your day with a gorgeous desert sunset.

Area Attractions
A longtime Palm Springs favorite, The Follies feature famous guests stars, variety acts, and the legendary chorus "girls," all over 50 years old! Experience an amazing journey up the steep cliffs of Chino Canyon aboard the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway, the world's largest rotating tramcar. The Living Desert Zoo and Gardens is a 1,200-acre wildlife and botanical park featuring exotic and endangered African wildlife and desert animals. Click here for more area attractions.

Art & Culture
View the traveling exhibitions and extensive permanent collection of the Palm Springs Desert Museum located in the center of town. The Village Green Heritage Center houses the McCallum Adobe and the Cornelia White House with pioneer memorabilia, the Agua Caliente Cultural Museum, and the quaint Ruddy's 1930s General Store Museum. Other museums cover World War II and Native American culture.

Dining
Marvel at the variety of cuisines featured in the desert's intimate cafes, elegant restaurants, trendy seafood and steak houses, eclectic bistros, Mediterranean, Italian, Oriental, and family-style eateries.

Golf
Palm Springs has good reason to be called the "golf capital of the world." More than 100 courses in the greater Palm Springs area are among the world's most beautiful. If you watch any golf tournaments on television, you've already seen some of these courses in the highly rated network golf specials. Click here for a list of golf courses in the area.

Outdoor Activities
Palm Springs activities range from world-famous golfing to hiking, hot air ballooning, and off-road tours. Located on Agua Caliente tribal land, the Indian Canyons are worth a visit. Joshua Tree National Park is the place to go for spectacular desert scenery. Over 100 golf courses are located in the area, but remember that tennis is the original sport of Palm Springs.

Shopping
You'll find an eclectic mix of antique stores, galleries, restaurants, and furniture boutiques at the Uptown Palm Springs Heritage District on North Palm Canyon Drive. Palm Springs is home to dozens of unique plazas, galleries, and boutiques, along with several first-rate outlet centers.

Transportation
Nearest airport: Palm Springs, CA (PSP)
All major airlines serve Palm Springs International Airport, which is about 24 miles from the resort. All major car rental companies serve the airport.

Weather
Palm Springs is known worldwide for having a warm and clear climate year-round.

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