Joshua Tree National Park Visitor Center, 6554 Park Blvd, Joshua Tree, CA 92252, USA
Joshua Tree National Park a 1 hour drive from Khyra Beaucrest Ranch is an American national park in southeastern California. The park is named for the Joshua trees native to the Mojave Desert. Originally declared a national monument in 1936, Joshua Tree was re-designed as a national park in 1994. The park includes parts of two deserts whose characteristics are determined primarily by elevation: the higher Mojave Desert and the lower Colorado Desert.
48400 Seminole Dr #438, Cabazon, CA 92230, USA
Cabazon and Desert Hills Premium Outlet
Cabazon and Desert Hills Premium Outlets is home to the largest collection of luxury outlets in California. Just a short 15 minute drive from Khyra Beaucrest Ranch the center features as much as 200 designer stores.
9401 Oak Glen Road, Cherry Valley, CA, USA
The Edward-Dean Museum was created by Edward Eberle and Dean Stout. It derives its name from these original owners and donors. The structures were built in 1957 and given to the County of Riverside in 1964. The Edward-Dean Museum is a historic home that is committed to preserving its collection of 16th to 19th century decorative arts while offering social, cultural and educational enrichment. With 16 acres of stunning beauty and tranquility nestled in picturesque Cherry Valley, the Edward-Dean Museum is the ideal location.
Skyline Trail, Palm Springs, CA 92262, USA
Cactus To Clouds
The Cactus to Clouds Trail is a hiking route in California. It begins in Palm Springs, California, and ascends to San Jacinto Peak. With a net elevation gain of roughly 10,300 feet, it has one of the greatest elevation increases among day-hike routes in the United States.
38520 S Palm Canyon Dr, Palm Springs, CA 92264, USA
Tahquitz and Indian Canyons
The Indian Canyons features more than 60 miles of hiking and walking trails. The Indian Canyons are the ancestral home of the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians. The canyons are sacred to the Cahuilla people and historically important to scientists and nature lovers.
Tahquitz Canyon is one of the most beautiful and culturally sensitive areas of the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians Reservation. Tahquitz Canyon is home to a spectacular seasonal 60-foot waterfall, rock art, ancient irrigation systems, native wildlife, and plants. Located at the entrance to the canyon, the Tahquitz Canyon Visitor Center offers educational and cultural exhibits. The Center offers a display of artifacts, an observation deck, and a theater room for viewing The Legend of Tahquitz Canyon.
49500 Seminole Drive, Cabazon, California 92230, USA
Morongo Casino Resort & Spa
Morongo Casino, Resort & Spa is an Indian gaming casino, of the Morongo Band of Cahuilla Mission Indians, located in Cabazon, California, United States, near San Gorgonio Pass. The casino has 310 rooms and suites. A 44-acre, 27-story resort, Morongo is one of the largest casinos in California.
70100 State Highway 111, Rancho Mirage, CA 92270, USA
Things To Do In Palm Springs
Greater Palm Springs offers events for all ages and interests, from low-key concerts and weekly live music lineups to under-the-radar dinner parties and trivia nights. Whether you’re visiting for a quick getaway or a weeklong “restcation,” there’s always something chill happening in Greater Palm Springs.
Tram View Rd, Desert Hot Springs, CA 92240, USA
Palm Springs Aerial Tramway
Ascend two-and-one-half miles to a pristine wilderness aboard the world’s largest rotating tramcar. The Palm Springs Aerial Tramway—the world’s largest rotating tram car—travels over two-and-one-half miles along the breathtaking cliffs of Chino Canyon, transporting riders to the pristine wilderness of the Mt. San Jacinto State Park. During your approximately ten-minute journey, tram cars rotate slowly, offering picturesque and spectacular vistas of the valley floor below. Once you reach the Mountain Station—elevation 8,516 feet—enjoy two restaurants, observation decks, natural history museum, two documentary theaters, gift shop and over 50 miles of hiking trails.
Beaumont, CA 92223, USA
10600 Highland Springs Ave, Cherry Valley, CA 92223
123 Farm Organics
There was a time when genetically modified foods, cancer-causing pesticides, and animals artificially bolstered with steroids were unheard of. If you were a Southern California farmer in 1860s, you were up at the crack of dawn each morning and often taking what you harvested that same day to the nearest town market. You were limited by the terrain and often unforgiving climate, yet somehow the land was bountiful with peaches, apples, alfalfa, and olives. Dairy cows and chicken coups were an essential part of every homestead. No one needed to ask about free range or grass-fed. We at 123 Farm start from the guiding principle that the health of the consumer is our #1 priority. If the seeds are not certified organic, we won't plant them. If our fruit trees require a toxic pesticide to save them from blight, we'd rather take the loss than compromise our standards. While some farms focus on meeting the minimum government standards for being organic, our goal is to eliminate anything potentially harmful from the food you eat. From our farm to your table, see for yourself where your food is coming from.
602 S. Tippecanoe Ave. San Bernardino, CA 92408
San Bernardino National Forest
The wild lands of the San Bernardino and San Jacinto Mountain Ranges were designated a National Forest more than a hundred years ago.
The Forest Reserve Act was passed in 1891, giving the president authority to "set apart and reserve, in any state or territory having public land bearing forests . . ..as public reservations." From this act was born the San Bernardino Forest Reserve, which became the San Bernardino National Forest in 1925.The San Bernardino National Forest as public land was set aside for the conservation of natural resources such as trees, water, minerals, livestock range, recreation, or wildlife.
Today, the San Bernardino National Forest serves as southern California's outdoor year-around recreation destination, as well as providing valuable watershed protection. Drive the scenic Rim of the World Scenic Byway and Palms to Pines Scenic Byways to discover your local National Forest.
The San Bernardino National Forest is comprised of three Ranger Districts spanning 679,380 acres in San Bernardino and Riverside counties.
Temecula Valley Wineries
Temecula Valley Wine Country invites you to savor the hundreds of award-winning wines offered by wineries while enjoying the irresistible charm of their friendly tasting rooms. Although times may vary, most of the wineries are open daily for visitors from 10a to 5p.
Rural in nature, sustainable in farming practices and including an agricultural preserve known as the Citrus/Vineyard zone, the Temecula Valley is widely recognised as the 'jewel' of Riverside County. They are centrally located just east of the I-15 fwy, and are within an hours drive from Khyra Beaucrest Ranch. Each of the family owned wineries are easily accessible and situated just close enough in proximity to one another to make your wine country tour a breeze.
No matter which varietal of wine you're looking for, you can probably find it here! Known for our diversity, in the Temecula Valley grow and produce over 50 different varietals of wine; from Cabernet Sauvignon to Sauvignon Blanc, Merlot to Mourvedre, Viognier to Chardonnay. Along with fabulous wines, you'll find incredible winery restaurants, intimate bed and breakfast inns, lush resorts, splendid gift shops and beautiful picnic grounds.