Palm Springs Air Museum

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Random Facts About Palm Springs, California

Palm Springs, California, is a city in the southwestern part of the state of California. It is located in the San Jacinto Mountains and is bordered to the west by the San Jacinto Mountains. The city’s name is derived from the Native American word Se-Khi. In 1876, the area was incorporated into the Agua Caliente Indian Reservation. During this time, the Southern Pacific Railroad was granted the right to run rail lines through the Sonoran Desert. The town’s hot springs were noted by the California soldier and explorer Jose Maria Estudillo.

Palm Springs became a world-class destination during the 1930s. Initially, many first-time residents came to the area for health reasons. One of the first residents, John McCallum, moved his family to the city. By the 1930s, Palm Springs was the number one desert destination for Hollywood stars. This was before the city of Las Vegas became popular. Today, Palm Springs is known as the Golf Capital of the World. While tennis was the initial sport associated with Palm Springs, golf became an important sport in the area.

Palm Springs is an excellent year-round destination in California. The high season is from December to April and from June to August. The summer months can be unbearably hot, but December through April is the best time to visit. During this time, most events in the city take place, including summer pool parties, DJ sets, and packed downtown bars.

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