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November 9, 2005

Coachella Valley Map

Sometime during last weekend's Pride I came into possession of a pamphlet published by the Palm Springs Bureau of Tourism. In it was a map of most of Coachella Valley that I thought was a pretty good compromise between the real world and the need to simplify for the out-of-towner. It shows Desert Hot Springs and all of Dillon Road, which is really rare. It doesn't go as far as Mecca or the Salton Sea, but we have to accept some compromises.

I scanned it for you. It was printed across two pages, so it required multiple scans and then stitching. You'll see some artifacts of that process when you look closely. Nonetheless, here it is to help those who have never visited to sort of follow along:
Coachella Valley Map
Uh, click it for full size.

Filed under Coachella Valley | permalink | November 9, 2005 at 02:37 PM

Comments

nice map. Just stumbled upon it. ty

Posted by: david at Jan 5, 2017 6:48:27 PM

Okay, please tell us about this golfers' heaven.

Posted by: Ron's Log at Jan 14, 2009 12:08:21 PM

My father has a time share in the Coachella Valley in Indian Wells. I am trying to sell it for him. Someone please inquire about this golfers heaven.

Posted by: Millicent Olsby at Jan 14, 2009 11:33:10 AM

We're interested in buying some acreage out in the valley, preferably of Dillon road. Anyone knows someone who's well informed and fairly mellow about the whole process. ( a longshot I'm sure but worth the wait if there's such a person.

Thanks Willem

Posted by: Willem at Dec 1, 2007 12:45:05 PM

Eh, Bruno? Can you clarify?

Posted by: Ron's Log at Jun 22, 2007 9:34:53 AM

Hi I never been in America and in California Can you suggest to me a very emotional place ? Ciao Bruno

Posted by: bruno at Jun 22, 2007 6:06:48 AM

Well yes, yes I do. But first I want to point out that if you look over there in the sidebar on the right, near the top there is a field labeled "Google This Weblog." It does just what it says. I just went and put "cabot" in there and got pointed to this posting about the Cabot Museum.

HTH

Posted by: Ron's Log at Mar 17, 2007 8:34:54 PM

Hi... do you have any photos or information about the Old Indi
an Pueblo Museum or Cabot's Museum in Desert Hot Springs... I
am very interested... and your site is just wonderful. What
a great and active mind you have ...congratulations.

Posted by: Helen Oneill at Mar 17, 2007 2:05:15 PM

North Shore IS a town on the Salton Sea. Riverside County should know where your property is, and the best person to give you advice on how to navigate that bureaucracy is a real estate agent. I'd suggest you just Google something like Salton Sea real estate to find agents who work around there. Contact one of them to see what they can tell you.

Posted by: Ron's Log at Mar 15, 2007 9:26:12 AM

Hi Jason,
Just found your site.
I own a lot near the town of, I think it is North Shore. Tried to visit it on a Saturday
a few years back but no one was arround and I had no clue to what the address was.
We only know the lot number #723103009
Wanted to see what the lots beside it looked like.
Do you have any contact information that might give us the street that it is on?

Joe

Posted by: Joe Goss at Mar 15, 2007 8:50:54 AM

Do you know the Coachella Valley pretty well? I had a question about a piece of property by the airport. I wanted to know what you thought about it. If you receive this posting, can you email me back so I can give you the coordinates of the property.

Posted by: Jason at Sep 20, 2006 12:57:26 PM

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