|Quoting Sllevin (Reply 7):|
While PSP isn't THE spring break location, that's sorta like thinking that South Beach is empty when it's not spring break. There's always quite a crowd there
My parents use to have a place in La Quinta (one of the many cities alongside Palm Springs in the Cochella Valley), and although that was a few years ago, I noticed that when I visited there, the city didn't seem to be any more crowded during March/April than the rest of the winter. Palm Springs is very crowded November-March as that is the high season. I remember seeing some families there, but more often they were just from northern California. I never noticed tons of people flying in during any particular time of the year. The whole city is pretty busy except in the summer, but I just am a little surprised that it would fill up for Spring Break since so many people there don't have kids or aren't college students. I am surprised that there is a peak for spring break alone.
Florida, Texas, California and Mexico see a whole lot more people for spring break whether it is partying college students or families with kids off of school. Maybe I am wrong, but I can't understand such an increase which would cause airlines to run extra flights to PSP
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