La Quinta, California La Quinta, Gem of the Desert, is nestled in the foothills beneath the Santa Rosa Mountains. La Quinta's history began in 1926 with the opening of the La Quinta Resort and Club. The resort remains a travel destination to this day attracting golfers, spa and sun seekers and convention goers. In 1926 La Quinta was finally incorporated as a city. Like Indio, La Quinta is one of California's fastest growing cities.
The City of La Quinta, California plans many city-sponsored events: the annual Easter Egg Hunt, Dog Day and community picnics to name a few. Golfers enjoy the city's fine golf courses including PGA West and Trilogy, host to the SKINS Games. The widly popular La Quinta arts festival attracts visitors that come to marvel and purchase fine art from more that 250 American artists.
La Quinta residents and visitors have over five parks to frequent and enjoy:
*Fritz Burns Park
, with lighted tennis courts and a water sculpture.
*La Quinta Sports Complex
, with ball-fields, playgrounds and basketball courts.
*Adams and Eisenhower Parks
, featuring a walking trail and playgrounds.
*Frances Hack Park
, consisting of a community building and basketball courts.
*Lake Cahuilla County Park
, a 135-acre reservoir offering camping, boating and hiking.
It is little wonder why La Quinta, CA is so popular with its sporting events, cultural activities, fine dinning and great shopping. For those of you desiring to live and play in La Quinta, CA you will find a terrific variety of older and new houses, attached homes, condos, rental and investment property.
Imperial Irrigation District (760) 482-9600
Southern California Gas Company
Coachella Valley Water District
Waste Management of the Desert (760) 340-2113
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La Quinta, CA.