1-20 of 184 Apartments for Rent in Palm Springs, CA
Palm Springs is a city in the Coachella Valley of Riverside County, California. About 55 miles east of San Bernardino and 105 miles southeast of Los Angeles, Palm Springs is the largest city in the county. Located at the base of the San Jacinto Mountains, Palm Springs is a popular desert resort area with a year-round population of about 45,000 that doubles during the winter tourist season.
Palm Springs gives you access to many other Southern California hotspots. Joshua Tree National Park is about 38 miles away and the Salton Sea is less than 50 miles away. Music lovers can make it to the Coachella Valley Arts and Music Festival in roughly 45 minutes. Wine tasting in Temecula and outdoor recreation at Big Bear Lake are both about 80 miles away. For a change of pace from the desert scene, residents can head around 100 miles west for coastal adventures in Huntington Beach or Newport Beach.
Renting in Palm Springs, CA
There is a fair amount of rental inventory in Palm Springs, but much of it is dedicated to vacation rentals. Apartments for rent in Palm Springs are priced higher than the rest of the county, but lower than in much of the state. Still, prices are reasonable for such a popular destination. The market is relatively tight, so act quickly on a good deal.
Tourist Attractions Palm Springs Aerial Tramway ?The world's largest rotating tram takes riders up the cliffs of Chino Canyon 2.5 miles to a station at the top where hiking and views of the San Jacinto Wilderness await.
Palm Springs Art Museum ? This museum features the work of western, contemporary and glass artists, as well as temporary exhibitions by international artists.
Palm Springs VillageFest ? This large street fair is held every Thursday and features food, arts and crafts booths for locals and tourists alike.
Palm Springs Air Museum ? Featuring planes from World War II and the Korean and Vietnam wars, this museum is dedicated to the role military aircraft played in American history.
Golfing is very popular in Palm Springs. (Photo Courtesy of Tracy Reitmann)
Palm Springs VillageFest. (Photo Courtesy of Wikimedia Commons)