“Desert Hot Springs has long been world-famous for its boutique hotels boasting natural hot springs. And while the area is more popular than ever for those wishing to soak in the local healing mineral liquids, the rapidly growing desert community now has so much more to offer its residents and visitors alike. Innovative and bold ever since the homesteader days, Desert Hot Springs continues to blaze new paths through the desert — now, in the form of “cannatourism.”

Desert Hot Springs had already earned the eyes of the nation back in 2014, when it made the surprising choice to become the first city in Southern California to approve the large-scale cultivation of cannabis for medical purposes. It was a creative decision that not only saved the city’s finances, but also paved the way for new and exciting developments in their corner of the desert…”

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