Indian Wells

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Set in the heart of Coachella Valley, Indian Wells in history. Early inhabitants unearthed a well thus the namesake - a true source of life in an otherwise arid desert. An Indian village formed around this hand built well.  In the early 1800s the name "Indian Wells" was documented in the exploration diaries of Captain Jose Romero, who had been sent to find a route though the San Gorgonio Pass to Tucson.  In the 1950's & 1960's The Eldorado Country Club and The Indian Wells Country Clubs were developed. In 1992, Indian Wells Turned 25 years old. 


Since the city has celebrated its 50th anniversary "Indian Wells is to be recognized as a city where residents live in a context, tranquil, happy environment with an exceptional quality of life, second to none, with residents who are caring and concerned with the needs of others."

Activities and attractions

A tennis paradise the Indian Wells Tennis Garden is a world-renowned tennis sanctuary. It boasts the world's second largest outdoor stadium (16,000 capacity stadium 1) and an 8,000 seat capacity in stadium 2; 29 regulation hard courts, a beautiful member lounge a spacious fitness center and locker rooms.  The 54-acre tennis mecca hosts a wide variety of sports and entertainment events such as the BNP Paribas Open. 

Indian Wells Golf Resort, the mother of all golf courses with 36 holes, a terrific clubhouse and impeccable landscapes. Views of the San Jacinto, Santa Rosa, and San Bernardino mountain ranges.








More attractions + Activities

The Indian Wells neighborhood has numerous activities in the area as well as in the surrounding  neighborhoods.


El Paseo Shopping District

Shields Date Gardens

Fantasy Balloon Flights

Living Desert Zoo & Botanical Garden

BNP Paribas Open

Palm Desert Food & Wine Festival




Tennis and Pickle Ball Courts

Spa & Wellness 



Wilderness Hiking 50+ trails

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