Cathedral Palms Attractions

Cathedral Palms is centrally located in Cathedral City only 7 miles from Palm Springs. In addition to the fun you will have while camping with your family, the area offers a multitude of entertainment possibilities for all ages.

Palm Springs Air Musuem
745 North Gene Autry Trail – Palm Springs (760) 778-6262
The Palm Springs Air Museum is the legendary home to some of the greatest flying fighting machines of WWII. At any given time you will find a Hellcat, Wildcat, P-51 Mustang, P-47 Thunderbolt, B-25 Mitchell and the most majestic bomber of them all…a B-17 Flying Fortress. Robert Pond’s collection is truly amazing and on every other Saturday the roaring sound of those mighty engines are heard throughout Palm Springs as one of them revs up for a dramatic fly-over

Big League Dreams Sports Park
33700 Date Palm Drive – Cathedral City (760) 324-5600
Built in 1997 the Cathedral City Big League Dreams Sports Park is a sports complex that replicates Yankee Stadium. The park also offers inline hockey, softball, basketball, indoor/outdoor soccer, flag football fields, batting cages, sand volleyball courts.

Boomers! Family Fun Park
67-700 E. Palm Canyon Drive – Cathedral City (760)770-7522
Open 7 days a week, Boomers! Family Fun Park features three 18 hole miniature golf courses, batting cages, go-karts, bumper boats, laser tag, games pavilion, and more.

Canyon Adventures
39241 Paradise Way at Terrace – Cathedral City (760) 328-3786
Like to fish for trout? Try this fishing expedition that takes you on a guided visit to the Whitewater Canyon trout hatchery and a chance to fish and cook what you catch.

Ice Garden Skating Rink
68307 East Palm Canyon Drive – Cathedral City (760) 770-7046
The Ice Garden ice-skating rink offers public skating sessions, adult and youth hockey leagues and clinics, as well as figure skating classes and clinics.

Shopping on Historic Palm Canyon Drive
Palm Canyon Drive is the cultural artery that pulses through the historic heart of Palm Springs. Beautifully lined with majestic palm trees continuously lit in a wrapping of sparkling lights, Palm Canyon Drive (and Indian Canyon Drive beside it) features a goldmine of shops, restaurants, art galleries, pubs and every kind of boutique!

Palm Springs Villagefest
Palm Canyon Drive between Amado Road & Baristo Road – Palm Springs (760) 320-3781
The brainstorm of the late Sonny Bono, the Palm Springs Villagefest is held year-round every Thursday evening from 6 – 10pm. From Amado Road to Baristo, Palm Canyon Drive is sealed off to traffic and becomes a walker’s paradise of fresh fruit stands, local restaurant samplings, live music and the best of Palm Spring’s artists & craftsmen. The visitors come here for the fantastic deals that are reminiscent of a 1950’s flea market and the locals come here to say “Hello” to each other. A true Palm Springs experience and not to be missed.

Cathedral Canyon Country Club (Golfing)
34-567 Cathedral Canyon Drive – Cathedral City, CA 92234 (760) 328-6571
A beautiful property originally purchased by Big Band leader Lawrence Welk, our tree-lined fairways and strategically placed bunkers and lakes, set against the backdrop of the majestic San Jacinto Mountains, creates one of the most spectacular courses in the valley!

Cimarron Golf Resort
67-603 30th Avenue, Cathedral City, CA 92234 (760) 770-6060
Since the Cimarron Golf Resort opened in 2000, one honor after another has come their way. They’ve been picked as one of Golf Digest’s Best Places to Play and they’ve won acclaim in the ESPN Zagat Survey and Palm Springs Life. And they were also chosen as one of the Top 100 Women-Friendly Places to Play by Golf for Women magazine.

The Living Desert
47-900 Portola Avenue – Palm Desert, CA (760)346-5694
When they named this 1,200-acre interpretive center the Living Desert they weren’t kidding. Mountain lions, wolves, javelina, bobcats, golden eagles, cheetahs, giraffes, zebras, leopards and much more abound here in a natural setting nestled at the foot of the Santa Rosa Mountains reminding one that the early Indians and pioneers were never alone.

Children’s Discovery Museum of the Desert
71-701 Gerald Ford Drive – Rancho Mirage, CA 92270 (760)321-0602
A Hand-On Museum with over 50 exhibits for children to manipulate, explore, and discover such as “Dig It” our archaeological dig where children can dig for actual Cahuilla Indian artifact replicas. Our campus boasts an Outdoor Amphitheater, the Dinah Shore Center for Performing Arts, a Covered Picnic Area, Community Gardens, and a beautifully landscaped campus. We offer many great programs including Camps, Field Trips, Toddler Programs, Birthday Parties and More!
Hours of Operation: Tuesday-Sunday 10 AM to 5 PM and Mondays during months January-April from 10 AM to 5 PM.

Spa Resort & Casino
401 East Amado Rd – Palm Springs (760) 323-5865
24/7 Casino- Located in the heart of Palm Springs just one block from the famous Palm Canyon Dr. Offers gaming, entertainment and 5 restaurants.

Fantasy Springs Resort & Casino
84-245 Indio Springs Parkway – Indio (760) 238-5644
This award-winning casino in the Palm Springs area is home to 2,000 of the hottest slots and video poker, 40 table games, the action-packed casino-floor Springs bar, friendly hosts and dealers, and the Fantasy Rewards Club – offering guests the best perks and rewards of any desert casino. Readers of Casino Player magazine consistently vote Fantasy Springs their favorite in Palm Springs. They always find the newest and hottest games, low table minimums and high stakes. March thru May their entertainment includes Paul Anka, Chicago, Snoop Dogg, Heart and many more.

For all Golf courses in the area go to http://palmsprings.com/golf.html

Contact Information

All American RV Parks
555 Anton Blvd Ste 100
Costa Mesa, CA 92626-7071

714.589.2600 :: Local
800.529.1717 :: Toll Free

cservice@aarvparks.com

Park Reservations:
760.324.8244 :: Cathedral Palms
601.876.4151 :: Hidden Springs
937.324.2267 :: Tomorrow's Stars

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