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It is an historic stop in the Coachella Valley - each visit you discover something remarkable. Even during the evil hot of June through early September the glorious trees offer the canapy and shade. A great hiking area. Please be respectful of it natural beauty.
We hiked to the Andreas Springs Oasis. Once we were at the San Andreas Springs Oasis, we had lots of water. We could swim in it, but we didn't. There were palm trees as well. I was amazed that there was water in the desert. We also saw a mountain from far away. Gorgeous!
This is a beautiful place. The main gate was locked but we went across the street and went to Hidden Palms then hiked up to the other Pushawalla palms and up the hill overlooking the valley. The day was amazing as the weather was perfect. We had plenty of water and snacks. I…
My husband and I were staying at Sky Valley resort through March 18th. As we were leaving we had seen some RV parked at the Coachella valley preserve. We pulled into the parking lot towing our trailer. A park ranger came up on us laying on her horn. I thought our trailer came…
First visit to area with visitor center. Walked on boardwalk through palms. Next days hiked across highway to Indian Palms and another hike that side of road. Best part to those 2 hikes were the variety of granite rocks.