Borrego Springs Resort

1112 Tilting T Dr, Borrego Springs, CA 92004
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Reminder: Borrego Days

by DesertDarlene

This is just a reminder about Borrego Days THIS WEEKEND! It starts this Friday and includes the Miss Borrego Pagent. Saturday has the parade and booths. Sunday also has booths.
It is predicted to rain! This is the first time I ever recall a chance of rain during Borrego Days. Rain in the desert is usually scattered, so don't worry. Temps may be cooler than normal, but plan for warm.

Re: Re: Reminder: Borrego Days

by DesertDarlene

Actually, it's right in the middle of town, you can't miss it. The main drag, if you don't know the area, is Palm Canyon Drive. In the middle of the town is the Christmas Circle where most of the booths will be. Booths will also be set up the the "Mall" on Palm Canyon Drive. Most activities start at 9 AM and will run until 5 PM. The parade usually starts anywhere between 11 AM and Noon Saturday.

Travel Tips for Borrego Springs


by trotador

Borrego Springs is located just two hours from San Diego and Los Angeles.
In parts of the surrounding area, it is quite possible to feel like you are going where no man (or woman) has gone before. So be sure you get all you need before you get into the desert.
Hiking, backpacking and exploring are the main activities. Unusually for a state park, camping is allowed without charge anywhere away from the main roads, and entrance to the park is also free.


by desertguy

The wide open spaces and pristine desert.
The only place I know that I can experience complete and utter silence outdoors. Our first trip to the desert we took a guided tour with Borrego Paul. He was so entertaining and informative. He really clued us in to the desert and we became hooked after that. We loved his great vehicle! It was a blast!

Borrego Springs

by malecon

"Surrounded by a State Park"

This is the town you drive through on your way to the Anza Borrego Desert State Park Visitors Center. This is the town with the Christmas Circle. This is the lowly town at the base of towering rocky mountains. Borrego Springs is the town at the center of an expansive desert, and where all roads lead to and radiate from. This is the only town surrounded by a State Park.

It's a small town with little noise, an occassional car, and lots of homes and lodges. The streets are wide and straight as an arrow with many distinctive palms. One of its famous residents was Gale Gordon who we grew up watching on The Lucy Show.

"Gale Gordon and others"

Gale Gordon called Borrego Springs home for many years, becoming a civic leader and the Honorary Mayor. Many others pass through Borrego Springs like motorcycle clubs and Jeep clubs. The Jeep clubs with for a caravan and head out to one of the canyons for an expedition on the weekends.

The late winter and spring months are the busy season for the area. That's when the flowers pop up after a rain. From September 1 through May 31 is when the campgrounds are opened and fill up most every weekend. That's when I go to a lonely little spot on the most beautiful valleys on earth. Where a man named Marshal Scott setup his homestead.

This area was the extent of the Kumeyaay people. They hung out as far as Vallecito. Escaped Indians from the missions came this way to. Matter of factly, The Spanish explorer de Anza passed through here on the way to San Francisco from near Tucson. The Immigrant Trail passed this way as did the Butterfield Stage and the Morman Battallion.

With all that activity it's amazing how quiet it is out here. So quiet, you can hear your own footsteps.

The Place to Visit in Febuary

by erotikryter

"The Surprising Beauty"

This is not a place to live. At least not for me, but it is definitely a unique spot in this world, with more beauty than I thought I would ever find.

I found peace in the silence of the earth and how bright the moon was on a cloudless night. The sweet smell of blooming ocotillo and the distant sound of crying coyotes were the backdrop to my daily life.

The best time of year for a visit is Feb. when the desert blooms to amazing colors with fields of wild flowers. By March they're gone.

Borrego Springs

by DesertDarlene

"Borrego Springs"

Borrego Springs and the Anza-Borrego Desert State Park are like my second home without a house. There are so many things to do here.

It is usually quiet here during the summer and weekdays, but during the cool season, it can get quite busy on weekends. People enjoy doing all kinds of outdoor things such a motorcycling, bicycling, horseback riding, hiking, eco-touring, and just socializing.

There are different events at different times of the year. I plan to be listing them some time in the future.


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