Palm Springs Visitors Center - Palm Springs California Vacation
Palm Springs Visitors Center
2901 N Palm Canyon Dr
Palm Springs, CA 92262
Palm Springs, Calif.--Make the Palm Springs Visitors Center your first stop as you enter town on North
Palm Canyon Drive for a delightful
Palm Springs two day getaway. Why? The expert staff working there takes time to answer all
questions big or small. Maps, magazines, coupons, brochures are free, and
there's also a selection of souvenir items and bottled water. In addition to the
many resources offered there, you may want to know the
average month temperatures.
Colorful t-shirts for women and men range from pink to sage color.
Books, toys, magnets and postcards are a few of the items sold at this beautiful
facility offering nice restroom facilities, as well. Sitting on the edge of the
desert framed by the San Jacinto Mountains, the turn-off to the Palm Springs
Aerial Tramway is next to the center, making this popular tourist attraction
easy to find.
At the visitors center a Native American cultural desk provides
information about Agua Caliente Band
of Cahulla Indians, who have lived some 10,000 years in the the region.
Literature includes newsletters and brochures about several attractions, Spa Resort Casino
Hotel (100 N. Indian Canyon Dr., Palm
Springs), and Indian Canyons, theindiancanyons.com.
One of the highlights of a trip to Palm Springs and Palm Desert
Joshua Tree National Park.
Take a look at the photos and see a short
Joshua Tree Video.