La Quinta and Indio Gallery
About La Quinta and Indio
AN OVERVIEW OF LA QUINTA
Known as the “Gem of the Desert,” the city of La Quinta has become renowned for its legendary golf courses, beautiful homes, fine dining, exceptional hiking, and tremendous community spirit. La Quinta is located in the east end of the Coachella Valley between Indian Wells and Indio along the Highway 111 corridor nestled against the base of the Santa Rosa Mountains.
For decades, La Quinta has drawn visitors interested in the lifestyle of leisure and luxury long identified with the iconic city since the establishment of the La Quinta Resort; one of the Coachella Valleys getaways for such Hollywood legends as Frank Capra, Clark Gable, and Greta Garbo. A HAVEN FOR GOLFERS Named “Americas ultimate golfing destination” by Robb Report, La Quinta is home to over twenty, world-class golf courses. Perhaps the best-known course in La Quinta is PGA West, host to such prominent tournaments as The Skins Game, The Grand Slam of Golf, The Legends of Golf, and the PGA Tour Qualifying School. The American Express (formerly the Bob Hope Classic) is one of the headlining events of the Coachella Valley, bringing tens of thousands of visitors to La Quinta as well as raising millions of dollars for local charities.
The City of La Quinta also boasts its own acclaimed municipal golf course, SilverRock Resort, which spreads across 200 acres featuring immense natural bunkers, spectacular water features, and magnificent views of the surrounding Santa Rosa Mountains. Other prestigious golf courses and country clubs in La Quinta include Andalusia, Citrus Club, The Hideaway Golf Club, La Quinta Country Club, Madison Club, Mountain View Country Club, the Palms, PGA West, Quarry at La Quinta, Rancho La Quinta, Tradition, and Trilogy.
A DESTINATION FOR WORLD-CLASS ART
La Quinta is also known for its thriving arts scene. The La Quinta Arts Festival was produced in partnership with the La Quinta Arts Foundation and the City of La Quinta until 2019. This festival was named the #1 Fine Arts Show by the prestigious Art Fair Sourcebook. The La Quinta Art Celebration now takes center stage as the city’s featured arts festival, which is put on by the City of La Quinta and features juried artists, live music, food, and tons more to enjoy. Keeping the celebration of the arts going in select months, Art on Main Street replaced the highly popular Art Under the Umbrellas series and offers creative works of all varieties and mediums set in scenic Old Town La Quinta. Old Town Charm, Modern Attractions Old Town La Quintas charming Main Street is a delightful, bustling collection of Mexican Colonial-style buildings that are home to a variety of shopping, dining, and unique businesses. Old Town La Quinta is a fantastic destination for residents and visitors alike, featuring art shows, charity and city events, outdoor concerts, as well as the weekly home of the Certified Farmers Market.
AN OVERVIEW OF INDIO
Indio, “the City of Festivals,” is the municipal anchor for the Eastern Coachella Valley cities, including Coachella, Mecca, Salton City, and Thermal. Indio is located east of Palm Springs, just past the city of La Quinta on the Highway 111 corridor.
One of the oldest cities in the Coachella Valley, Indio began as a railroad town, serving as the mid-way point for the Southern Pacific Railroads trek between Yuma, Arizona, and Los Angeles. Indio quickly grew into an agricultural center due to its arid climate, year-round sunshine, and the ability of local farmers to attain irrigational water through artesian wells and later via the Coachella Valleys branch of the All-American Canal.
WHERE FESTIVALS AND CROPS GROW
Agricultural production continues to be a dominating economic driver in the area with crops as diverse as bell peppers, onions, and citrus. Notably, Indio became known for its unique ability to produce dates from date palms transplanted from the Middle East. Currently, the date fields of the Eastern Coachella Valley produce about 95% of the dates consumed in the United States. The Coachella Valley History Museum in Indio has a fascinating collection of early city buildings and contains a wealth of information on the history of the entire Coachella Valley, including the early history of the city of Indio and its agriculturally influenced growth.
BUZZING WITH EVENTS
A growing, vibrant city, Indio boasts some of the best live entertainment venues and festivals in the Coachella Valley as well as internationally recognized music events. “The City of Festivals” numerous venues such as the Riverside County Fairgrounds and the El Dorado and Empire Polo Grounds are hosts to a wealth of well-established festivals, including the annual Indio International Tamale Festival and the Riverside County Fair & Date Festival. Goldenvoices Coachella Valley Arts & Music Festival (also commonly known as Coachella or Coachellafest) made its debut at the Empire Polo Grounds in 1999 and continues to grow in size and notoriety every year. The Empire Polo Grounds are also the annual home for Stagecoach, Californias Country Music Festival, every spring which saw its first sell-out year in 2012 and continues to draw record crowds each year.
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