Hustle in the Heat: Stay Fit in Palm Springs

Palm Springs Gay Softball League
If just the thought of working out solo is enough to make you sweat, join the Palm Springs Gay Softball League for a team-oriented workout. Regardless of your skill level, it’s only $30 to register, and you’ll be joining a team of like-minded, welcoming individuals who just want to play some friendly, adult, slow-pitch softball. Games are played at Demuth Park, Sundays at 3 p.m. New player clinics start in September, but you still have time to register. The upcoming fall season begins Oct. 4. 1717 E. Vista Chino, psgsl.org

Ruth Hardy Park
The title of best tennis court is tough to call in a resort town like Palm Springs, but for a free facility, Ruth Hardy Park gives a lot of the private clubs a run for their money. This city park offers eight public courts, open every day until 10 p.m. The entire park spans 22 acres and includes plenty of open space to run around, and several children’s play areas, which attract lots of families and dog owners. There’s also a basketball court, three sand volleyball courts and a meditation area if you find yourself in need of some peace and quiet. 700 Tamarisk Rd., palmspringsca.gov

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