Located in the nearby city of Palm Springs. Daily flight connections with most major cities throughout the United States and Canada are available by most major US and Canadian airlines. Some airlines serving Palm Springs Airport are seasonal and operate only during the busier winter season. One-way taxis from Palm Springs Airport to the La Quinta Resort and the La Quinta Village take 30 minutes and cost about $50.
In Palm Springs. Amtrak's Sunset Limited route connects Palm Springs with Los Angeles, Tucson, and points eastward with three westbound and three eastbound trains per week. Amtrak also provides bus connections to and from the San Joaquins trains, which run up California's Central Valley to the Bay Area and Sacramento. Be advised the "train station" in Palm Springs is an open platform with no services.
The second closest commercial airport to La Quinta with regularly scheduled passenger flights. It is located about 70 miles south of La Quinta and has two daily flights on [http://www.united.com/ United Airlines]. Imperial County's small airport has free parking and a motel on-site, but there are no public transportation connections to La Quinta.
Just a few miles from La Quinta and is one of two nearby general aviation airports. This airport is accessed by private aircraft. Private jet charter services are provided at this airport by '''[http://www.desertjet.com Desert Jet]'''.
In Ontario, about 70 miles to the west of Palm Springs, is also served by most major airlines and is the third closest commercial airport to La Quinta. There is no public transportation to La Quinta from Ontario Airport.
A popular sports bar with an extensive beer selection. If there is a game on and you want a drink and some inexpensive food, this is the place to come. Complete with pool tables and shuffle board.
Manages several vacation home rentals located all over La Quinta in developments such as the Legacy Villas, which was built originally by the La Quinta Resort & Spa.
Lines 111 and 70 serves La Quinta. Route 70 connects to the Village and Cove neighborhood and Route 111 connects to most neighboring resort cities.
Located at the west end of Avenue 58, offers a campground, swimming pool, hiking, and fishing.
In the '''La Quinta Village''' is a popular shopping, dining, and tourism destination.