Buy a Timeshare in Palm Desert
If you love the Coachella Valley culture and want to experience it every year, a Palm Desert timeshare is the perfect option for you. You'll save by avoiding constantly-rising hotel rates and you'll get more for your money. Discover your home away from home among our many Palm Desert timeshares for sale.
Rent a Timeshare in Palm Desert
Do you prefer escaping to a new destination every year? Then a Palm Desert timeshare rental may be more your speed. You'll enjoy the same benefits as the timeshare owner while paying a lot less than the average nightly hotel rates. Plus, you won't be stuck in a cramped, one-room suite. Browse our large selection of Palm Desert timeshare rentals today.
Things To Do In Palm Desert
No matter how you want to spend your vacation, there are Palm Desert attractions for every type of traveler. Families will love the Living Desert Zoo & Gardens, where you can get up close and personal with the desert wildlife and spend the day learning about these intriguing species. Kids will also love the Palm Desert Aquatic Center, eight acres of water fun including a 1,200-square-foot pool, a splash park for kids, two 20-foot water slides, and an Olympic-size swimming pool.
Couples can take a romantic ride on the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway, the World's Largest Rotating Tramcar, up the cliffs of Chino Canyon. The Tramway operates year-round and offers breathtaking views. Arts and culture buffs will enjoy Palm Desert's Art in Public Places program, which showcases over 150 works of art throughout the city that you can view for free. Take your sweetheart to The McCallum Theatre, a state-of-the-art performing arts center that hosts a variety of world-class performers and distinguished ensembles sand companies, including the Coachella Valley Symphony.
Palm Desert's rugged terrain also offers many adventure opportunities. Head to the nearby Joshua Tree National Park or the San Andreas Fault for a Hummer or mountain bike tour. Cyclists will find numerous trails for biking through the city or along the region's highways and scenic routes. Mountain bikers, hikers, and horseback riders can try trails of different levels, from the mild Hopalong Cassidy Trail to the rigorous Art Smith Trail.