These Canyons are located on the Agua Caliente Tribal Land and have remarkable natural beauty. Just few minutes away from the Palm Springs Downtown, these Canyons are not to be missed on your trip to Palm Springs Desert.
Grab your camera and click postcard-like images, a visit here is a treat to the shutterbugs!
Agua Caliente Indian Canyons Travel Tips
- Wear comfortable shoes.
- Carry your own food and drinks.
Entrance Ticket Details For Agua Caliente Indian Canyons
- Entry is free.
How to Reach Agua Caliente Indian Canyons
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81.94% of people who visit Palm Springs include Agua Caliente Indian Canyons in their plan
08 AM - 09 AM
44.59% of people start their Agua Caliente Indian Canyons visit around 08 AM - 09 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Agua Caliente Indian Canyons
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Agua Caliente Indian Canyons
Agua Caliente Indian Canyons Reviews & Ratings
Fantastic scenery - palms, creeks and canyons. I can recommend the hike to Seven Sisters falls, easy with great views, you'll have to cross the creek several times over logs/rocks. The Palm Canyon at the end is also quite picturesque and very easy, don't necessarily follow up into the desert at the end of the canyon as there is little more there. Be aware that they close the place at 5pm so plan accordingly as you will have to be out by then if you don't want you car towed away.
Great family hike with 9 and 12 year old. We went an hour in to the sisters falls and an hour back. Easy hike and lots of fun crossing the creek many times. You gotta pay to get into the park, but great exercise.
Absolutely stunning scenery. Good place to take children with you, even small ones. We took the Andreas trail, which we made in about an hour. Had everything we needed and our children were absolutely stunned. Not stroller accessible, best to do with a baby carrier.
I took the kids years ago when they were still little. Well to me they were... James was 12yr.s but he was a big kid and the lady made a comment to me... do you really have to cheat the Indians? Your coming onto their land its just a few dollars! Heck i was prepared to pay for him but when the sign said 12yr.s old "free" well that meant free its not like he would ever be free again. I did feel a little offened because i wouldnt ever cheat them for allowing us to visit their homespace i was totally grateful to be there and so were my kids,°James, Lily and Katie. Its just a nice place to visit best if you can go when its not so busy. Unfortunately so many people really give the rest of us a bad rep with their bad behavior and manors if it was me id probanly make everyone take a test opon entering the property before hand to see if they"d qualify for the safety of the land, plants and animals... Anyway its a great way to spend an afternoon with the family and/or friends. LJ. Nicholson
Great hiking and beautiful views. Worth the trip out of town!