Ulrich | Palm Springs
Amazing Views Galore! Majestic Southern Mountain and Golf Course Views from this Tuscan facade Monarch plan adjacent to the #5 green.
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Q: How hot does it get in La Quinta CA?
A: In La Quinta, the summers are sweltering and arid, the winters are cool, and it is mostly clear year round. Over the course of the year, the temperature typically varies from 42°F to 106°F and is rarely below 34°F or above 112°F.
Q: How many golf courses are in La Quinta?
A: There are 24 golf courses in La Quinta, California and 1 is a municipal course. There are also another 76 golf courses within 20 miles of La Quinta, including 31 public, 5 municipal and 40 private courses. The oldest course in the La Quinta area is the Motorcoach Country Club.
Q: Can you swim in Lake La Quinta?
A: There are 55 campsites with hookups, 10 equestrian camping sites and 35 dry camping sites. The park offers picnic areas, showers, fire rings, barbecues and horse corrals. There is also a swimming pool, and volleyball, pickleball and bocce ball courts.
Q: Can you swim in Palm Springs in February?
A: Sure, monthly average temperatures in PS in February are around 74(F). That’s probably at the low end for swimming, but temperatures can quite conceivably be hotter than that on any given day in February. Palm Springs should be warm and inviting in February.
Q: What is the coldest month in Palm Springs?
A: December is the coldest month in Palm Springs, California, with an average high-temperature of 69.3°F (20.7°C) and an average low temperature of 44.1°F (6.7°C).
Q: What is the hottest temperature ever recorded in Palm Springs?
A: The hottest temperature ever recorded in Palm Springs is 123 degrees and it was first reached on August 1, 1993.