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Ruth Hardy Park

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Ruth Hardy Park

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700 Tamarisk St. at Avenue of Caballeros, Palm Springs, Greater Palm Springs, CA
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Learn about California's geology and desert wilderness on a half-day Jeep tour to the San Andreas Fault. Drive through the Coachella Valley to the fault zone while hearing from your guide about native plant and animal life, local history, the Salton Sea, and earthquakes. Depending on your preference, you can take a nature walk in the desert or stay in the vehicle. You'll also stop by a date farm where you can try their signature date milkshake. Includes guide, transportation, and light refreshments.
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Robby G C wrote a review May 2020
Toronto, Canada68,780 contributions1,642 helpful votes
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Ruth Hardy Park is part of the City Palm Springs. I liked the red flowers. There were roses as well. There was a lot of trees and grass. Children could play here with a ball and sports. There is a statue as well. There is a lot of parking places. The playground were playing with their friends on the playground. A must see!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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boxercoats wrote a review Feb 2020
Green Bay, Wisconsin18 contributions5 helpful votes
We walk by or through this park a few times a week. The tennis courts are always busy the people there are friendly and most important the bathroom are open. This is a large park which takes up the entire block.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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JLFERG wrote a review Dec 2019
Long Beach, California658 contributions315 helpful votes
This a lovely, super dog friendly green space that also has tennis courts, a fragrant and healing garden, paved paths, a labyrinth, and a playground. You can also do a fitness course (which is accessible for people in wheelchairs too which was great to see). We enjoyed strolling around this park. And a grapefruit tree in the park has the biggest fruits I've ever seen: grapefruits the size of basketballs.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Hairycalgrad wrote a review Dec 2019
Buena Park, California457 contributions127 helpful votes
Surrounded by very expensive homes in the Movie Colony of Palm Springs. You will see people walking their dogs. Very close to Down Town.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Hanna1955 wrote a review Sep 2019
El Centro, California55 contributions9 helpful votes
The park is next to a school and very well maintained. It is used as a place people come to sit under the shade trees and sometimes to walk their dogs. There are tennis courts, restrooms, a playground, and basketball goals. It is a quiet relaxing spot to enjoy your lunch or just to get out doors.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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