Transportation & Directions


10/8/2015 - 10/10/2015
Palm Springs, CA


Transportation & DIRECTIONS

By Air

Palm Springs International Airport is served by eleven airlines that connect to hundreds of cities worldwide and is located approximately one mile from downtown Palm Springs.

 

Driving Directions

Palm Springs Convention Center

277 N Avenida Caballeros, Palm Springs, CA 92262

From Los Angeles, San Diego or Northern California:

Head eastbound on Interstate 10 past the cities of Banning and Cabazon. From Cabazon, go 6 miles and take the Palm Springs / Highway 111 exit. Go 11 miles into downtown Palm Springs to Amado Road. Turn left (east) on Amado and go 4 blocks to the Convention Center. The parking lot is located on Amado across from the Center. The main entrance is on Alvarado Road.

From Arizona and Points East:

Take Interstate 10 westbound. Go 12 miles past Indio and exit at Date Palm. Turn left (south) on Date Palm and cross over the freeway. Turn right (west) on Vista Chino at the end of the overpass. Go 4 miles to Sunrise Way. Turn left (south) on Sunrise and go one mile to Amado Road. Turn right (west) on Amado and go 4 blocks to the Convention Center. The parking lot is located on Amado across from the Center. The main entrance is on Alvarado Road.

From other Local Resort Cities:

Head west via Highway 111 and E. Palm Canyon Drive into Palm Springs. Turn right (north) on Sunrise Way. Go 2 miles and turn left (west) on Amado Road. Go 4 blocks to the Convention Center. The parking lot is located on Amado, across from the Center. The main entrance is on Alvarado Road.

 

From the Palm Springs International Airport:

Head northeast on Kirk Douglas Way. Keep right at the fork. Continue onto E Tahquitz Canyon Way. Turn right onto N Avenida Caballeros. Destination will be on the left.











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