MOTORCOACH COUNTRY CLUB
80-501 Avenue 48
Indio, CA 92201
Open All Year – Class A Motorcoach Only. 30 Ft. Minimum
400 sites. Most common site width: 35 Feet. Max Length: 63 Feet. * Pet-friendly with Quantity restrictions.
Wi-Fi (Fee), Cable TV, Patios, 3 Swimming Pools, Hot Tub, Exercise Room, Security gate, Executive 9 hole Golf Course, Putting Green, Tennis, Lake Fishing, Boating (electric boats only), Docks and Full Restaurant on site,
From the junction of I-10 (Exit 139) at Jefferson Street, go South 3.3 miles on Jefferson Street to Avenue 48, turn left and head East ¼ mile. Entrance on the Right. (the Southside of 48th Avenue)
The City of Indio came about because of the need of a halfway point for the Southern Pacific Railroad between Yuma, Arizona and Los Angeles, since the engines needed to be refilled with water. At first, the would-be city was called Indian Wells, but since many other areas already had that name, Indio (after a Spanish variation of the word “Indian”) was chosen instead.
While Indio started as a railroad town, it soon became agricultural. Onions, cotton, grapes, citrus, and dates thrived in the arid climate due to the ingenuity of farmers finding various means of attaining water, first through artesian wells and later through the valley’s branch of the All-American Canal.