SOUTH PALM DESERT AMENITIES & NEIGHBORING ATTRACTIONS
THE LIVING DESERT is a 1200 acre public desert zoo and botanical garden. It is a short golf cart drive or walk from all three South Palm Desert communities where Bev specializes in real estate activities for Ironwood, Monterra and the Summit.
Many polo players would agree that there is no better polo destination west of the Mississippi than Empire Polo Club during the winter season. Beautiful fields, sunshine and palm trees abound when the rest of the world is shivering with cold. What most people don’t know is that Empire Polo Club hosts an annual Summer Polo Camp for kids.
Enjoy a romantic sunrise balloon flight over the elegant polo fields, orchards, homes and majestic mountain ranges of literally – with a bird’s eye view of Palm Desert in a hot air balloon ride.
THE MCCALLUM THEATER for the Performing Arts (1,127 seat capacity) has been widely acclaimed for its variety of events, superb acoustics and state of the art sound system. This is ranked as one of the country’s finest presenting theatres by audiences, entertainers and peers alike.
Adjacent to the McCallum, every Saturday and Sunday the COLLEGE OF THE DESERT Alumni Association holds a friendly STREET FAIR (aka swap meet) on the college campus. Unlike most open-air markets of this kind, this is a fundraiser that benefits the College of the Desert.
This recreation fun zone is a hidden gem when it comes to attractions in the Desert, a short drive or a fun bike ride from the communities Bev serves.
Located one block south of HWY 111, between Portola and Monterey, is the Beverly Hills Rodeo Drive of South Palm Desert. Here you can shop ’till you drop and then dine in style.
Aboard the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway, World’s Largest Rotating Tramcar, you will experience a breathtaking journey up the sheer cliffs of Chino Canyon.