A bustling desert mecca for lovers of art, music and nature
Once a dusty but popular stop along the stagecoach line between Los Angeles and Yuma, Indio has grown to become a city that fondly reflects on its rich history while celebrating its modern-day lifestyle. Today, Indio is a thriving community with a diverse population that embraces artists, musicians and lovers of nature, all while welcoming everyone from singles and couples to families and the retirees that everyone envies.
There's plenty to do in Indio, from hiking and biking in the nearby Santa Ana Mountains to exploring excellent restaurants and shops. The city is home to a number of popular festivals and events, including the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival and the festive Stagecoach Country Music Festival. Indio also boasts a thriving real estate market, with a wide variety of homes and neighborhoods from which to choose, including traditional and gated communities, detached and attached designs, and magazine-caliber estates.
What to Love
Abundant outdoor amenities
Gorgeous weather all year long
The arts are an important part of life in Indio, and the city is home to several galleries, museums and performance venues. The city's proximity to Joshua Tree National Park makes it a favorite destination for outdoor enthusiasts who seek clear night skies and tranquil solitude. Lush golf courses, top-tier tennis courts and countless swimming pools make it easy to spend an entire day enjoying Indio’s climate, unless the summer heat kicks in, then it is time to...
Dine, Shop, Repeat!
Enjoy free air-conditioning when the temperature rises by discovering Indio’s wealth of local retail and dining destinations that are equally adored by residents and visitors alike. From casual American cuisine and taverns to bakeries, Mexican cantinas, and the world-famous date shakes at Shield’s Date Garden & Café, you will find plenty of great places to eat in Indio.
Things to Do
Along with internationally known music festivals, Indio packs its calendar with popular festivals including the Southwest Arts Festival, which celebrates local artists and vendors. The city is also home to two casinos: Fantasy Springs Casino and Spotlight 29 Casino. Both offer a variety of gaming options, along with local dining and retail attractions.
Served by the Desert Sands Unified School District, Indio has a variety of excellent local schools that cater to all grade levels. There are abundant opportunities for excellence in academics, athletics and the arts.
106,654 people live in Indio, where the median age is 38.3 and the average individual income is $28,490.9. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.
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