Borrego Springs Photos

Neighborhood Photo (Borrego Springs): The Serpent ...

Milky Way photo by Dennis Mammana: ...

La Casa Del Zorro

A determined Ocotillo after 3 years ...

Places to go in Borrego Springs

Borrego Springs News & Stories

Swordsman in flames

Confrontation in Borrego Springs leads to mobile-home blaze

A Borrego Springs man was hospitalized with severe burns Wednesday night, January 28, following an altercation with a neighbor that ended with the subject setting his mobile home ablaze. According to a report from sergeant ...

Borrego: build a home, lose a farm

San Diego may have to adopt the Borrego strategy: fallow farms in order to permit development.

Borrego's own Jurassic Park

Visit the T-rex, the Spinosaurus, and even Ricardo

Tour Borrego Valley’s spectacular southern Sky Art metal sculptures.

Tour de Borrego

This way to the Borrego Springs gomphotheres.

Take a bicycle ride to view Borrego Valley’s spectacular northern Sky Art metal sculptures.

Coyote Mountain's South Shoulder, Anza-Borrego

Take this hike for dramatic views of the Anza-Borrego Desert and a different view of Borrego Valley.

Borrego Springs HOLLER

Holler about this neighborhood in the comment section below. Share anything and everything about Borrego Springs: compliments, critiques, lost-n-found items, recommendations, neighborhood crime watch, you name it!


Shelli DeRobertis April 2, 2013 @ 11:31 a.m.

We were blown away this Easter while camping with our off-road vehicles out near Borrego Springs in Ocotilla Wells – the wind gusts were so volatile that Easy-Ups were snapping (including ours and our camping neighbors) and campers were taking cover inside their trailers from getting pelleted with dirt and traveling debris. We like to camp at Holmes Camp, and when we first arrived Saturday about noon, the weather was hot and perfect. But by late afternoon the wind started and never stopped until we packed up on Easter Sunday and headed home a day early. It was nearly impossible to BBQ, have a campfire or egg hunt, and the clouds of dust that swirled on the trails made even riding difficult. We weren’t the only ones to leave, as many riders and campers loaded up and deserted the desert. I later learned that a wind advisory for March 31 in Borrego Springs, Campo and Julian was warning to expect high winds and gusts to 45 MPH. Did anyone else lose anything to the wind?


emig May 16, 2013 @ 10:21 a.m.

Borrego Springs is my favorite place to be! Anza-Borrego Desert State Park is the most beautiful place I've ever been to, and has so many places to see and explore!



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