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Getting Acquainted with Palm Springs on Your Spring Break Vacation
Palm Springs sits in the magnificent Coachella Valley, easily reachable from Los Angeles. It's a haven for spring break vacations, making the most of the gorgeous weather and buzzing party atmosphere. Everyone from families to groups of friends looking to cut loose and check out all the hottest spots in town will find something to enjoy here.
Palm Springs is famous for its nightlife, but also attracts plenty of retirees and families who simply want to enjoy the beautiful ambiance here. Hotels for Palm Springs spring break trips offer kids and their parents a great opportunity to get out into the local nature or check out fascinating museums.
1. Palm Springs Celebrity Tour
Ride around the city by coach to see the best real estate in town owned by stars past and present. Palm Springs has been a celebrity hotspot since the Golden Era of Hollywood, and the tour will help you appreciate its status with its insight into its rich and famous residents.
2. Palm Springs Air Museum
If you and the kids love historic aircraft, this one is a definite must see. You'll find WWII-era planes and learn a lot doing so. To make your trip truly unforgettable, you can even treat the family and book a ride in a vintage airplane to see the city from a totally unique angle.
Every Thursday evening, take the family to this meeting place for residents looking to pick up great local produce and gifts. It's an excellent spot for making the most of warm California nights while soaking up the local culture with live music, street performers, and much more, keeping kids and adults happy.
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Palm Springs Spring Break Outdoor Activities
Part of what makes Palm Springs spring break vacation rentals so appealing is the glorious weather at this time of year. There's plenty to explore both inside and outside the city, whether you book a tour, take your own car, or go for a leisurely walk with your vacation buddies.
1. Indian Canyons
See the magnificent scenery around the San Jacinto mountains, which offer plenty of opportunities to snap enviable photographs and keep active families occupied all day. The gentle flowing streams and towering palm trees at Palm Canyon will help you see where the city gets its name.
2. San Andreas Fault
You can book a jeep tour and witness this great literal crack in the earth that separates the Pacific and North American tectonic plates. You'll pass through small towns and farms and take in the breadth of the wonderful Coachella Valley.
3. Palm Springs Dog Park
Bringing your beloved furry friend on vacation with you? There's no better place for them to make their own new pals than at the dog park. Even when traveling without your own pooch in tow, it's a beautiful green space that's excellent for a picnic or just making the most of the Palm Springs sunshine.
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Palm Springs Spring Break Rainy Day Activities
When booking hotels for Palm Springs spring break vacations, the chance of rain is pretty low. Still, it's good to have a few ideas set aside just in case the weather isn't ideal and you still want to get out and see some great sights around town. They'll probably be on your itinerary even if there's constant sunshine on your trip!
1. Elvis Honeymoon Hideaway
If you're a fan of the King, this one is an absolute must. Formerly owned by Elvis and Priscilla Presley, it's one of the finest mid-century homes you'll probably ever see. It was where the then-newlyweds spent their honeymoon, away from the public eye and in the serenity of this beautiful town.
2. McCallum Adobe
The best old historic home in Palm Springs, it's where one of the town's first settlers set up base way back in 1884. It offers an insight into the development of the city over the last couple of centuries and is unusual in its design among the 20th-century architecture that dominates iPalm Springs.
3. Agua Caliente Cultural Museum
The Coachella Valley is home to a wealth of Native American history as well, and at this museum, which translates to "Hot Water," you'll learn more about the Cahuilla people of the valley. It's another side of Palm Springs' varied and fascinating past.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Palm Springs Spring Break Hotels & Vacation Rentals: How much does it cost to rent a vacation home in Palm Springs?
The average cost for a vacation rental in Palm Springs is usually around $259 and $861 per night.
Can I find a vacation home for a group for Palm Springs Spring Break Hotels & Vacation Rentals?
House rental in Palm Springs usually fits 7 people.
What kinds of vacation rentals can i book for Palm Springs Spring Break Hotels & Vacation Rentals?
There are many Apartment rental and House rental that are great for Palm Springs Spring Break Hotels & Vacation Rentals.
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