Internationally recognized as the host of tennis’s “fifth Grand Slam,” this country club city is also home to some of the area’s most private estates. President Dwight D. Eisenhower once owned a home here; Lucille Ball and Desi Arnas opened a hotel. Niche.com voted Indian Wells the No. 3 California city for retirement, and its exceptional quality of life has enticed such notable residents as former Raiders football coach Tom Flores and Los Angeles Rams quarterback Pat Haden.
Indian Wells made its debut in 1967 as the 400th town to be incorporated by the state, soon developing exclusive resorts and golf courses. Six residential country clubs cater to easy living through wellness programs, dining options, social events, and recreational activities, while visitors can indulge at any one of the city’s luxe hotels.
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