Cabazon Outlets is your one-stop shop that features 18 specialty retailers in a relaxed open-air environment. Brand name outlet stores include Tommy Bahama, Adidas, Guess, and Oakley to name a few.
48750 Seminole Drive #100 Cabazon, CA 92230
GRACE HOME PALM SPRINGS
Founded in 2000 by designers Michael Ostrow and Roger Stoker, Grace Home Furnishings provides a vibrant, inviting atmosphere where you can shop, place a custom order, or get personalized decorating advice from their team of in-house designers. Whether you are looking for a unique piece of furniture or full-scale interior design services, Grace Home Furnishings can turn that vision into a reality that is classic and refined, elegant yet comfortable.
1001 North Palm Canyon Drive
Located at the gateway to Palm Springs' Uptown Art and Design District, Just Fabulous is an upscale gift boutique and book store offering a wide array of merchandise to suit everyone's needs -- including fabulous coffee table books, signature home décor items, gifts, candles, clocks, novelties, Palm Springs souvenirs, the best greeting cards from around the world, and much more!
515 North Palm Canyon Drive
The first retail store and gallery dedicated exclusively to the artist SHAG. The store offers prints, original art books, and other items available only in the store
725 North Palm Canyon Drive
A staple of the Palm Springs Design District and carries an array of "desert woman of leisure" wear in a bright, midcentury modern setting.
891 North Palm Canyon Drive
This is the couter-part to Trina Turk feturing original designer men's clothing.
891 North Palm Cayon Drive
Eclectic gifts and well-designed contemporary home accessories - including furnishings, floor coverings, and lighting - with a midcentury influence.
901 North Palm Canyon Drive
THE GARDENS ON EL PASEO AND EL PASEO VILLAGE
Featuring over 50 stores and restaurants including Anthropologie, Apple, Aveda, Bare Escentuals, Banana Republic, Brooks Brothers, Eileen Fisher, Johnny Was, Kate Spade, Louis Vuitton, Mastro's Steakhouse, Pacifica Seafood Restaurant, Pottery Barn, Saks Fifth Avenue, Tiffany & Co., Tommy Bahama's Restaurant & Bar, Williams-Sonoma, TUMI and more.
A cheerful and energetic selection of menswear and womenswear with a Palm Springs mid-modern flair.
875 North Palm Canyon Drive
INDIAN CANYONS HIKING TRAILS
This group of canyons has trails for hiking & horseback riding, plus picnic areas & a gift shop. Trails are open 8am - 4pm daily.
JOSHUA TREE NATIONAL PARK
A stunning and vast protected area in southern California located about an hour away from the Resort. It's characterized by rugged rock formations and stark desert landscapes. Named for the region’s twisted, bristled Joshua trees, the park straddles the cactus-dotted Colorado Desert and the Mojave Desert, which is higher and cooler. Keys View looks out over the Coachella Valley. Hiking trails weave through the boulders of Hidden Valley.
ONE-DAY GUIDE TO JOSHUA TREE
An excellent one-day guide to experience all of Joshua Tree in an efficient and prepared way.
INDIAN CANYONS NORTH
The Indian Canyon North Golf Course was designed by William F. Bell, son of famed golf course architect William P. Bell. The longer of the two courses at Indian Canyons, the par-72 North plays 6,943 yards and features stunning mountain views and unique, mid century modern homes, several of which were originally owned by Walt Disney. Of the six water hazards on the course, the most notable is the lake between the 9th and 18th holes that is home to the famous Disney fountain, which to this day shoots water over 100 feet into the air. Set in Palm Springs’ “Canyon” district and surrounded on three sides by the San Jacinto mountains, you can count on a pleasant, wind-free round of golf.
INDIAN CANYONS SOUTH
The Indian Canyons South Golf Course was remodeled in 2004 by architect Casey O’Callahan. Casey revamped the 6,582-yard layout with player consultant, LPGA legend Amy Alcott, who has helped make the South an area women’s favorite from the 4,878-yard forward tees. This scenic course is home to four ponds and 850 palm trees. Also, 500 Washingtonia Filifera, a cherished tree of the Agua Caliente Native American tribe, are abundant throughout the course. Golfers will particularly enjoy the South’s five par 5’s to take on during the round.
ESCENA GOLF COURSE
Escena is ranked as the #6 Public Course in California by PGATOUR.com, this Nicklaus Design golf course is noted for its unobstructed sightlines, generous driving corridors and the overall strength of its design. Strategically placed bunkers, water hazards and undulating greens are there before you, but at the same time there is ample room for you to decide how much you want to flirt with them. With back tees stretching to nearly 7,200 yards, Escena offers a formidable test for the skilled player, but with four sets of tees and room to roam, how you satisfy your personal appetite for challenge is entirely up to you.
Birba is beautiful outdoor dining for pizza, small plates, and old-school cocktails.
622 North Palm Canyon Drive
SUMMER CLOSURE 7/23 - 8/30
Cheeky's is a modern space for creative breakfast & lunch sandwiches, bacon flights, and specialty cinnamon rolls.
622 North Palm Canyon Drive
SUMMER CLOSURE 7/25 - 8/23
Part of the former Cary Grant estate; this romantic restaurant offers elevated American dishes with one of the best outdoor seating areas.
621 North Palm Canyon Drive
SUMMER CLOSURE 7/2 - 9/1
DISH CREATIVE CUISINE
Contemporary American cuisine with an emphasis and focus on flavor. The Chef/Owner uses exceptional ingredients including the best local and organic products available.
1107 North Palm Canyon Drive
Jake's is a hip, casual American bistro located in the heart of Palm Springs Design district downtown and features American comfort food with hearty portions.
664 North Palm Canyon Drive
SUMMER CLOSURE 7/10 - 8/26
Eclectic Austrian-Asian fare is accompanied by carefully sourced wine list in a modern, airy setting.
196 South Indian Canyon Drive
This is an old architectural gem that serves elegant Mediterranean fare with a formal old-world setting and tree-filled patio for indoor and outdoor dining options.
385 West Tahquitz Way
SUMMER CLOSURE 7/2 - 9/8
This upscale, retro-style spot serves hand-cut meats, steakhouse staples and classic cocktails
233 East palm Canyon Drive
SUMMER CLOSURE 7/23 - 8/30
PALM GREEN'S CAFE
This Vegan/Organic Cafe has a breezy setting with a carefully sourced menu of health-conscious dishes, plus all-day breakfast.
611 South Palm Canyon Drive
ROASTER AND THE PIG
It's nearly impossible to find a person in Palm Springs who doesn't love this little eatery tucked in the back corner of a strip mall, as evidenced by the nightly crowds who line up for inspired Vietnamese-American fare created by chef/owner Tai Spendley.
356 South Indian Canyon Drive
SUMMER CLOSURE 7/15 - 8/8
Spencer's is a beautiful outdoor restaurant nestled at the base of the San Jacinto mountain range serving American fare and occasional piano music.
701 West Baristo Road
THE VENUE SUSHI BAR
The Venue is the cool hot spot on El Paseo in Palm Desert, popular with locals, out-of-town visitors and food critics who serve up rave reviews. The Venue is artful, from its sleek décor to the original, ever-evolving menu, enthusiastically created by owner/chef Engin Onural.
WORKSHOP KITCHEN + BAR
LA chef Michael Beckman and restaurateur Joseph Mourani opened this hip spot in 2012 with "industrial chic" décor and a farm-to-table focus on local ingredients and craft cocktails. The menu focuses on locally-sourced small plates.
800 North Palm Canyon Drive
MOORTEN BOTANICAL GARDENS
A Historic Landmark that opened in 1938 featuring a desert environment with tours, wildlife, and a nursery.
THE MODERN TOUR
The Modern Tour is the official Architecture Tour of the Palm Springs Art Museum Architecture and Design Centerwhere you can enjoy an intimate curated tour of some of Palm Springs' finest examples of Mid-Century Architecture and Design.
PALM SPRINGS ART MUSEUM
Located in the heart of downtown Palm Springs and features a sophisticated collection of art, loaned or donated by the area's affluent residents, with an art collection that rivals urban metropolitan museums including works from Marc Chagall, Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Donald Judd, Louise Bourgeois, Alexander Calder, Henry Moore, Robert Rauschenberg, Antony Gormley and Ansel Adams.
Living Desert Zoo and Gardens, formerly the Living Desert Museum, is a desert botanical garden and zoo that showcases the natural beauty and wildlife of the desert environments of North America and Africa.
PALM SPRINGS AERIAL TRAMWAY
The Palm Springs Aerial Tramway —the world’s largest rotating tram car—travels over two-and-one-half miles along the breathtaking cliffs of Chino Canyon, transporting riders to the pristine wilderness of the Mt. San Jacinto State Park. During your approximately ten-minute journey, tram cars rotate slowly, offering picturesque and spectacular vistas of the valley floor below. Once you reach the Mountain Station—elevation 8,516 feet—enjoy two restaurants, observation decks, natural history museum, two documentary theaters, gift shop and over 50 miles of hiking trails.
Palm Springs Village Fest takes place in downtown Palm Springs on Palm Canyon Drive every Thursday night and featrues over 180 unique vendors.