There are so many places to stay and things to do in Palm Springs, CA all year round. The hotel and boutiques offer you a variety of options depending on your budget and taste. Maybe you prefer a modern rustic lodge, a sophisticated resort, a villa, an inn or quiet hacienda. Choose spots that have breakfast included, casino, extended stay, fitness center, kitchen, microwave, pet friendly, and spas. They all offer friendly staff and memories to be had.
You can walk to downtown from most of the hotels, There you will find boutiques, restaurants, and a street fair on Thursday evenings.
Head downtown and check out the independently owned and operated restaurants, shops, and boutique hotels and inns. Take in the breathtaking San Jacinto mountains. Rent a condo at Villa Riviera on Ramon Rd, close to downtown. Relax by the pool, play shuffle board, pick some grapefruits, lemons, and tangelos.
Take a leisurely ride over two and a half miles up the cliffs of Chino Canyon, transporting you to the magnificent wilderness of the Mt. San Jacinto State Park. The ride takes about ten minutes. There are restaurants, observation decks, gift shop, trails, and more.
There is so much to do at the Living Desert. The interactive attractions include animal encounters, Australian animals, petting corral, and feeding giraffes.
Enjoy beautiful sunsets every night
We visited the Okanagan Valley and stayed in Okanagan Falls for two nights at the Holiday Beach Resort Motel. 5133 7th Avenue. 1-888-272-2210. They have one and two bedroom suites. The one story building looks out toward Skaha Lake with picnic tables in front of each room. The two story building behind has balconies or a grass area with picnic tables. The balconies look over the grassy courtyard and have a view of Skaha Lake. The suites have a fully equipped kitchen and there are BBQs in the courtyard.
Across the street is Christie Memorial Provincial Park. The park has a beautiful sandy beach and Skaha Lake for many water activities. Check out speed boating, waterskiing, windsurfing, kayaking, fishing, and of course swimming.
You can travel north or south of here and hit many wineries. Go check out the Kettle Valley Railway Trail Network. It goes through wineries, vineyards, and orchards. You can walk or bike it and you will get amazing views of the Okanagan Valley .
Emory Creek Provincial Park
18km north of Hope on Highway #1
campground open until October 17, 2021
$21 per night
firewood $8 per bundle
Facilities available - campfires in fire ring provided,
cold drinking water taps throughout, and pit or flush toilets throughout park.
Stay in Richmond, BC at
The Steveston Cafe & Hotel (3⭐️)
or nearby downtown Vancouver at
Pinnacle Hotel Harbourfront (4⭐️)
Check out the attractions, trails, and restaurants that Richmond, BC has to offer. 25 minutes from downtown Vancouver.
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