Anza-Borrego Desert SP, South

California State Park

Terrain varies from valleys with sandy washes to rugged mountains.

600,000 Acres

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Activities

Camping

Camping

Unlimited camping throughout the park.

Free primitive campsites that have bathrooms:
Blair Valley and Mountain Palm Springs.

Developed campsites that require a fee:
Bow Willow.

Dogs

Dogs

Dogs are permitted on leash in campgrounds and on dirt roads but not on trails. Remember, the air is always dry and the ground is usually hot.

Equestrian

Equestrian

Horses are permitted on all dirt roads and designated trails in the Cuyamaca region adjacent to the Cuyamaca Rancho State Park.

Hiking

Hiking

Hiking is permitted throughout the park.

Motor Vehicles

Motor Vehicles

Highway legal vehicles only on established roads. Hundreds of miles of dirt roads are open to street legal vehicles.

Off trail driving is strictly prohibited.
OHVs are prohibited.
Max Speed: 25 MPH. 15 MPH or less within 60 feet of vehicles, horses, campsites, people, bicycles, etc.

Mountain Biking

Mountain Biking

Mountain biking is permitted on all dirt roads that are shared with motor vehicles.

Legend

Maps

Blair Valley

Blair Valley

Carrizo Valley

Carrizo Valley

Dos Cabezas

Dos Cabezas

Oriflamme Canyon

Oriflamme Canyon

Points of Interest

La Cima Trail

La Cima Trail

Local Businesses

Regulations & Recommendations

Fires must be a in metal container. No ground fires.
Vehicles must remain on trails.
Firearms must be unloaded, inoperative and in a case while in the park.
Pack-in, pack-out. There are very few trash cans and no water.

Offices

Park Headquarters
200 Palm Canyon Dr
Borrego Springs, CA 92004
760-767-5311

Map Detail

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Map Legend
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