Celebrate Earth Day in Palm Desert

Envision a charming oasis in the Desert. Quiet, secluded Palm Desert Hotel - a special place, and a very private place designed with your comfort in mind - The Inn at Deep Canyon.

Celebrate Earth Day in Palm Desert

Earth Day in the DesertEarth Day is celebrated on April 22nd, 2013. Earth day was created in1970, to bring awareness and appreciation for Earth’s natural resources. Originally conceived as an environmental teach-in geared toward college students, the date was selected because of warm fair weather and there were no final exams at this time. More than 1 billion people in 192 countries celebrate Earth Day, making it one of the largest civic observances in the world.

Explore the natural resources of Palm Desert

“Feel the Warmth” is the official motto of the city of Palm Desert. And for good reason, the climate in Palm Desert is warm and beautiful. The average temperature for this time of year is a relaxing 72 degrees Fahrenheit. Palm Desert’s steep mountains, rocky terrain and even desert wildlife is a wonderful way to explore nature and enjoy Earth Day 2013.

Earth Day at the Living Desert

The Living Desert is an interpretive nature trail and preserve designed to conserve all plant and animal life in the desert. The Living Desert will celebrate Earth day on April 20th this year. This daytime event will offer fun and exciting activities for the entire family. Bring a recyclable item and trade it for a native plant grown at The Living Desert to celebrate Earth Day!

Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains National Monument

After visiting all that Palm Desert has to offer, take a short drive outside of the city to visit the San Rosa and San Jacinto Mountain National Monument. This national monument covers portions of Riverside County just west of the Coachella Valley. Established in 2000 by Congressional legislation, this monument covers almost 300,000 acres. Hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding are among the few recreational activities allowed at the monument. Truly explore Earth at the Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains National Monument.

A relaxing place to stay

The Inn at Deep Canyon is your perfect getaway for Earth Day. We offer suites, condos and duplexes to help make your stay the absolute best. Our relaxing rooms and environmentally friendly salt-water pool are the perfect place to relax after a day of exploring nature’s resources. Let us know what we can do to help make your Earth day an awesome experience in Palm Desert.