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Only 20 minutes west of Palm Springs!
Conveniently located between Palm Springs and Los Angeles, Cabazon Outlets offers a unique desert shopping experience, over 200 stores to shop in!
This place has all the brands. Go in the morning before it gets too hot.
OK Plan ahead… or not! This is probably the best Outlet Mall in North America. You could spend days here (and I have) everything from Gucci, to Cuccinello to Burberry, Versace, Lulumelon, Puma, Adidas, Nike, Northface, Tory Burch, Bottega, lacoste etc etc. Totally worth giving up a pool day!
Outlet mall within 45 minutes.. Don't forget to stop and see the famous dinosaurs!
Cabazon outlets offers a unique desert landscape shopping experience which features 18 specialty retailers in a relaxed open-air environment. Also has great restaurants and fast food joints in side and around it. Great place for family and solo tourists.
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