strolled around for the second time . natural unspoiled beauty. Will come back again. Real natural oasis paradise in the desert.
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About Coachella Valley Preserve
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This nature preserve is beautiful. We spent approximately 2.5 hours there walking the McCallum Oasis loop and the Moon Country Trail. Both were fairly easy hikes with the Moon Country Trail offering more elevation. The oasis is really pretty and very interesting to wander through....More
Lots of hiking, or walking on the preserve. The wooden path through the palm tree oasis was particularly nice. The small visitor center is an old home built by a man who lived on the property for years, and is very interesting.
This is a must do in the Palm Springs Area. A series of oases on the San Andreas fault. Easy trails to hike and breathe taking views. Walk to the Mullans pond, a short distance from the visitors center. 3/4 mile A wonderful clear pond...More
Natural springs that are fed from water seepage from the San Andreas Fault have allowed California Fan Palms to flourish, provide cooling shade. The visitors center and parking lot are very accessibly located very near the palm oasis. There are nature talks and guided walks,...More
We enjoyed our time at the preserve. Trails are marked well. We had done a lot of hiking that week so didn't take in many trails on this day. Was awesome to be on the San Andreas fault line. And to experience an oasis in...More
This preserve is only a short drive from downtown Palm Springs (30 minutes or so) and you get to take a walk through a marvelous oasis formed by water seeping through the San Andreas fault. So it makes for a fascinating geology/biology lesson and it...More
An off the beaten track place to visit. Lovely walk through the trees and greenery. Lots of interesting things to see and well worth the time to visit.
Really loved the walk to the pond. Great wooden walkways to follow. Highly recommend this place. This site is manned by volunteers. Don't forget to leave a donation.
A surprise to find a palm tree oasis in the middle of the desert. Love wandering among the pal tress. The San Andreas Fault also runs through it.