Cabot’s Pueblo Museum
Witness a piece of history as you explore Cabot’s Pueblo Museum. Constructed by one of the first homesteaders of Desert Hot Springs, this pueblo is four stories tall, with 5,000 square feet of 35 rooms, 65 doors, and 150 windows. Built by hand using materials that the builder found around the area, including parts from wagons, old telephone poles, and other homesteads that had been abandoned, a guided tour through this museum will expose you to the fantastic life of this pioneer. Enjoy artifacts spanning over a century of time, collected by Cabot and his family.
Casa Blanca Restauran
Owned by a Mexican immigrant, Casa Blanca Restaurant in Desert Hot Springs gives locals and visitors an authentic experience as you taste one of their 150 Mexican and seafood entrees. Thought by many to be one of the best restaurants in the town, and by others to be one of the best Mexican restaurants outside of Mexico, this local food joint offers everything from burritos to enchiladas to soups and seafood dishes. Come for the food, stay for the great service and delicious margaritas. Visitors rave about the tostadas, fish tacos, and fajitas. You are sure to leave here happy.
Desert Dunes Golf Clu
Golfers of all abilities will be able to find their skills challenged at the Desert Dunes Golf Club. Designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr., this 18-hole links-style course has numerous obstacles, including elevation changes and doglegs. Golf through natural sand dunes and around bunkers as you enjoy this award-winning course. Known as one of the top 30 public golf clubs in the country, Desert Dunes Golf Club has a four-star rating from Golf Digest. Have all of your golf needs met, at this club offers a putting green, instructional programs, a driving range, and an area for short games.