Palm Desert begins and ends on El Paseo—the city’s Main Street. Described as the Rodeo Drive of the Desert. Within its 12-block length you’ll find luxury clothing and jewelry stores, some of the area’s highest-rated restaurants, and art galleries representing any imaginable style. Large-scale public art decorates El Paseo’s median, while golf cart shuttles ferry shoppers, diners, and sightseers up and down the street. Speaking of golf carts, there is even an annual El Paseo parade where golf carts compete for awards for the best themed decorations. Beyond El Paseo, Palm Desert boasts many unique attractions including the popular McCallum Theatre, the weekly College of the Desert Street Fair, and the award-winning Living Desert Zoo. But no desert city is without its signature golf courses, and Palm Desert is no exception. Residents enjoy discounted golf at the city’s Desert Willow Golf Resort, where two championship courses challenge any level of play.