Palm Springs is one of the premier golf destinations in the world. The Coachella Valley offers more than 120 golf courses, providing challenging play for all levels of golfers.
Why buy a second home when you can share ownership? For those who want to stay for extended periods to enjoy the desert beauty of Palm Springs, fractional ownership of properties is an attractive idea. Rather than owning a vacation home used only for a few weeks per year, a fractional ownership share gives you access when you want, but frees you from the burdens of care and maintenance.
The advantages of fractional ownership in Palm Springs gives you access to key areas, including Rancho Mirage, La Quinta, and Palm Desert. And you will find there’s more to the Valley than golf. Each city has other close attractions.
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This large home, owned by Destination-M members, has a central courtyard with heated pool. Two master suites have views of the valley and mountain…More Details
$111,500 per share - Fractional Home
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Rancho Mirage offers a wide range of attractions for all ages and tastes. You can move from hiking in the desert to high-end shopping within a few miles.
The Palm Springs Indian Canyons are the home to the Aqua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians. The canyons offer riding and hiking opportunities for all, including a spectacular 60’ waterfall and plenty of native California plant life.
The Agua Caliente Casino, Resort, and Spa is one of the premier attractions in the valley. Offering a full range of services, as the name suggests, it draws people from all around the world to enjoy the desert. The Show, Agua Caliente’s entertainment hub, draws well-known entertainers. In late 2017, Van Morrison, Johnny Mathis, Sophia Loren, and K.C. and the Sunshine Band are all booked to perform.
The Palm Springs Air Museum provides a hands-on experience for the entire family. Its aircraft collection includes 40 historic aircraft from World War II to the present. One special treat which the family can take is a ride on their C-47 “What’s Up, Doc?”, painted in D-Day invasion colors. The museum’s hangars also provide space for special events.
The Westin Mission Hills Golf Resort includes two golf courses. The Pete Dye course is regarded as a difficult challenge, while the Gary Player Signature course provides a more casual, resort round.
Lake Cahuilla Recreation Area provides everyone with outdoor fun. The lake is open for fishing, and the pool for swimming. Hiking and horseback riding are available on the 710-acre park’s trails.
The Jack Nicklaus Tournament Course at PGA West is one of the leading courses in the Valley. It’s over 7,200 yards long, the 15th hole is both monumentally long at 572 yards, but also features an island green, adding to the challenge.
The Old Town La Quinta shopping mall is an intimate place to shop and dine. The boutique shops sell unique items, while the restaurants cater to all tastes in food. Old Town La Quinta provides a necessary break from the golf course.
The La Quinta Museum focuses on the history of the resorts in the Valley as well as the cultural arts. The gift shop includes many books about the area, as well as items crafted by local artists.
Palm Desert offers many opportunities for biking and desert hiking. Much of the city has bike lanes for road bike tours with the whole family. The city’s hiking trail network allows hikers of all levels to enjoy the desert. The Eisenhower Peak loop includes an 898-foot gain and includes admission to The Living Desert, a local zoo.
Adventure Hummer tours launches its San Andreas Fault tour from the Morton’s Steakhouse in Palm Desert. The three-hour tour, which takes place in the late afternoon daily to see the beauty of the sun-lit rocks, gives access to more remote portions of the San Andreas fault than other tours because of their equipment and permits. The tours include a 30-minute visit to the 1000 Palms Oasis, the third-largest oasis in the world.
The Desert Willow Golf Resort includes two courses. The Firecliff, measuring 7,056 yards, requires golfers to work around water, over 100 bunkers, and many natural features.
The Coachella Valley
Palm Springs is the golf course capital of the world. The entire valley offers much more than the 124 golf courses that draw visitors. With so much natural beauty and engaging outdoor activities, there is much to be enjoyed by people who own Palm Springs real estate.
Palm Springs has always been prime holiday real estate for Hollywood celebrities. Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr., and Dean Martin all had homes in Palm Springs. Elvis and Priscilla Presley honeymooned here, and his home now known as the Honeymoon Hideaway still attracts fans who want to be a little bit closer to the King.