City Parks

Desert Hot Springs has seven public parks totaling nearly 40 acres of improved parkland, with additional parks in the planning stages.  Our parks offer a range of recreation opportunities, including baseball and soccer fields, basketball courts, skate park, tennis courts, swimming pools, open lawns, benches, picnic areas, and playgrounds.  

In 2018, the city began a multi-stage park improvement program, which dedicated nearly $500,000 to upgrading playground equipment and ADA access at Guy Tedesco Park and Mission Springs Park.

That same year, the Coachella Valley’s newest hiking trail – Kim Nicol Trail – opened in Desert Hot Springs. The trail offers views of the Sand to Snow National Monument, which is spread out alongside the city.

Guy Tedesco Park

12800 West Arroyo Dr.

Mission Springs Park

14510 Palm Dr.

Wardman Park

66150 8th Street

John Furbee Aquatics Center

11750 Cholla Dr.

Reflection Park

10901 Palm Dr.

Rotary Dog Park

13598 Don English Way

Sgt. Hodge Skate Park

11777 West Dr.

Veteran’s Memorial Park

10101 Palm Dr.