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The Indio Hills Palms is a state park and natural area in Desert Hot Springs, California. It was created as a California State Parks system property in order to preserve the canyons of the Indio Hills where a great amount of fan palms occur naturally.

Basically a protected area, the Indio Hills Palms, also known as the Indio Hills Palms State Reserve, contains palm groves that are home to Hidden, Pushawalla, Macomber, Horseshoe, and Briska palms among others. It is a wild parkland that is also located inside the Coachella Valley Preserve. Visitors are allowed to go hiking, horseback riding, and wildlife viewing while at the site.

Getting to the Indio Hills Palms can be quite tricky as there are no marked access roads to it yet. Contact the site for more information about how to get there.
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