Desert Horizons | Palm Springs
Desert Horizons is located off Fred Waring Dr and Cook St in Indian Wells, CA. Desert Horizons Country Club was built in 1986 and consists of 520 homes. Stunning Santa Rosa Mountain golf course views make this one of the most popular communities in Indian Wells.
This is an exclusive upscale guard-gated golf community. A traditional private equity club that is limited to only 325 members.
Desert Horizons has beautiful fairways, shimmering lakes, and majestic palm trees abound, all surrounded by the spectacular mountains which frame the Coachella Valley.
Desert Horizon’s private 18-hole championship golf course is available only to members and hosts no outside tournaments or offers reciprocal arrangements with other golf courses.
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Q: Is Indian Wells a good place to live?
A: Living in Indian Wells offers residents a sparse suburban feel and most residents own their homes. In Indian Wells there are a lot of restaurants, coffee shops, and parks. Many retirees live in Indian Wells and residents tend to lean conservative. The public schools in Indian Wells are highly rated.
Q: How far is Indian Wells from Palm Springs?
A: Nestled in a cove of the Santa Rosa Mountains, the city of Indian Wells, California, blossoms with palm trees, gardens and lush, breathtaking scenery in all directions and features some of Greater Palm Springs’ most luxurious resorts offering world class dining, spas and meeting facilities yet is just a 20-minute drive.
Q: Is Palm Springs a healthy place to live?
A: The weather makes Palm Springs an excellent place to live. Palm Springs has a dynamic extreme-health community, too — doctors, lifeextension celebrities, and enthusiastic citizens who are interested in longevity and living the best, healthiest life possible.
Q: What’s so great about Palm Springs?
A: Palm Springs, California, was once the proverbial playground of movie stars, but now it’s a fun and laid-back destination for anyone who wants to enjoy a posh desert getaway. With a focus on art and design, Palm Springs is the perfect blend of nature and sophistication, with just the right amount of kitsch.
Q: Why is it so windy in Palm Springs?
A: The two major factors that create strong winds in Palm Springs are mountains and pressure. First, the mountains: three ranges surround the Coachella Valley. Strong breezes typically move through various mountain passes in the region, particularly the San Gorgonio Pass (west toward Cabazon and Banning).