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Desert Oasis: Top-Rated RV Resort
Calling all snow birds! Just one visit to this desert oasis in the beautiful Coachella Valley and you will want to call it home. The breathtaking beauty of the Motorcoach Country Club, in Indio, California, makes this top-rated RV Resort a 10/10 in all categories. With it’s top rating, it successfully makes even the dry desert appear lush, green, and oh-so welcoming. Located in the beautiful Palm Springs area with the gorgeous snow-capped mountains in the backdrop and countless award-winning championship golf courses nearby; this is the most luxurious, top-rated RV Resort you will find in Southern California.
With five mountain ranges in the distance, two miles of waterways, and over 400 gorgeously landscaped lots available, there is ample space for all of those who need a break from their everyday lives. The endless list of amenities includes: three swimming pools, spas, tennis courts, staffed fitness center, state-of-the-art hookups with Wi-Fi internet access, topped with private docks on all waterfront lots. There is even a yacht club to service those who enjoy navigating the waterways, plus a 10,000 square-foot Club House.
Palm Springs, being the golfing capital of the world, offers the lushest greens, sand traps, and water for every round you play. The championship golf courses surrounding the resort are the very best and boast the most majestic fairways, scenic views, and top-quality service. Having played at a few in the past, myself; I can honestly say they are the most immaculate golf courses I have ever played at. I was not disappointed, although do be sure to note the weather when you go, since hot summer days in this dry desert area are not golfer-friendly, in my opinion.
Back at the Motorcoach Country Club, enjoy the top-rate experience while staying at what feels like a 5-star resort. Rent a site, golf on their private (for owners and renters only) golf course and you’ll never want to leave. As many visitors in the past have done, you’ll want to make this your winter home (at the very least) since the winters are mild and quite beautiful here. With over 300 days of sunshine per year and winter daytime highs averaging between 73 and 86 degrees Fahrenheit, it is no wonder that snowbirds flock here every winter.
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