With access to 110 golf courses, more than 100 hiking trails, and plenty of natural canyons, the Coachella Valley has many great recreational facilities to enjoy the beautiful outdoors. Golfing, hiking, and tennis are only the beginning- check out the links to see what else there is!

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Indian Canyons includes Palm Canyon, Andreas Canyon and Murray Canyon. The trails include unusual rock formations, Andreas Creek and an abundance of Washingtonia Filifera Trees.

Tahquitz Canyon has a 2-mile loop trail that takes about 2 hours to complete. The main attraction is the waterfall where you can dip your feet in the pond. This breathtaking waterfall is a great attraction to see!

The Lykken Trails offers a great view of Palm Springs, the Coachella Valley and the Tahquitz Candyon. The trail stretches to about 3-5 miles and it’s a great course for your first hike in the Valley!

Bump & Grind Trail is about 2 miles long and it is one of the Valley’s most popular trails. The trail starts out narrow but will widen as you get higher up the valley. Enjoy the breathtaking view of the Coachella Valley from this trail!

Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains is a national monument that can be explored through the many miles of trails. Whether you choose to hike, bike or horseback ride through the scenic trails, this is the perfect place for anyone looking to explore…

Lake Cahuilla is an 710-acre park located at the base of the Santa Rosa Mountains. This scenic spot offers breathtaking views as well as a multitude of outdoor activities, making this an ideal weekend destination.

Joshua Tree National Park is a desert park home to variety of plants and animals within its 800,000 acres. Due to the extreme weather this park faces, it is home to some of the most unique rock displays in all of California’s deserts.

Nestled among the Little San Bernardino Mountains, the desert oasis at Big Morongo Canyon is one of the 10 largest cottonwood and willow riparian (stream) habitats in California.

Enjoy picnicking, hiking and thier rustic visitor Center, the “Palm House.” On the northern side of the Coachella Valley, nestled at the feet of the Indio Hills, the Coachella Valley Preserve is “The Old West” just minutes…