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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

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La Quinta Lodging in Desert Country

La Quinta, California boasts at being the "Gem of the Desert". While other municipalities may argue, La Quinta does have much to offer on the glorious Mojave Desert landscape. La Quinta vacation rentals are nestled in the midst of warm sand between the Santa Rose and San Jacinto mountains. The weather here is reliable, showing some moderation in seasons, unlike many other California destinations. The summer months usually see daily temperatures in the 90s, with evenings cooling down to the 70s. Pack a jacket for a winter stay in La Quinta vacation homes, because temperatures during the day range between 40 and upper 50 degrees, with evening temperatures occasionally dropping to the 30s.

Outdoor Activities Near La Quinta

While staying in La Quinta lodging, you'll likely be looking for something to do outdoors. Rest assured, there's no shortage of activities here. Golf is a big attraction, with 18 holes at SilverRock Resort, resting at the base of the Santa Rosa Mountains. La Quinta Resort has one of the top 20 tennis resorts in the nation, providing 23 hard and clay surface courts. Spend the afternoon taking a bike ride through Bear Creek Trail or hiking through the outlying mountains. If you're looking for water activities, The Salton Sea State Recreational Area is only 45 minutes away from La Quinta vacation homes.

A Splash of La Quinta Art and Culture

Staying in La Quinta lodging will give you a great opportunity to experience the "Art in Public Places Project", in which the work of local artists is freely displayed in public venues for locals and tourists to see. Additionally, the La Quinta Art Festival, ranked eighth in the nation, is held annually in March. For a bit of local history, visit the La Quinta Museum. Whatever aspect of culture you want to experience, La Quinta will satisfy.

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