In the Colorado Desert deep in the heart of Coachella Valley, the city of Coachella has been attracting new residents since it was founded in 1876. Tucked between the Santa Rosa and Hexi Mountain Ranges to the east and west, the Cabazon Indian Reservation to the north, and the Salton Sea to the south, Coachella is an appealing location.
The Salton Sea is the largest lake in California and one of the world’s largest inland seas. It is also one of the lowest spots on earth. A popular destination for thousands of visitors every year, this park features boating, swimming, fishing, windsurfing, camping, hiking trails, picnic areas, and more.
Coachella is home to an equestrian center, campgrounds, several shopping areas, and ranches. It is a rural area with eight parks. Located two hours from the coast and an hour south of San Bernardino, Coachella is a perfect location with the mountains, a large salt lake, and the desert all within easy reach.