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I have to confess I'm a big fan of cacti so a visit to ABDSP was a highlight of my California trip. And you really can't miss them! Amazing landscape, in places looking like from Mars, lots of different cacti but also other plants as...More
What to do when the rental company gives you a Mustang Convertible as a free upgrade? D'oh! I drove from San Diego to the Salton Sea and back on a recommendation just to pass through the Anza-Borrego Desert State Park and enjoy the views and...More
Beautiful, rugged territory. You need a AWD or four wheeled vehicle to explore this place. If you like star gazing, this a a great place for that. For those on a budget, the camping without facilities is free.
The desert is not the natural habitat of people who are heat intolerant, like to have an internet connection at all times and who worry about getting stranded in the sand! Got dragged into the Azna Borrego desert while on a trip from San Diego;...More
We were visiting friends in San Diego and wanted to do something different, so we took about an hour drive to Anza-Borrego Dessert State Park. Going to the dessert is so beautiful; the colors, the terrain, the large sculptures! We didn't have a lot of...More
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Not that I'm aware of. You'll see a few stubborn flowers in July, which is when I usually go, or early March to late April after the winter snows and spring rains. Yup, it rains and snows there. The plants need a good... More
Not that I'm aware of. You'll see a few stubborn flowers in July, which is when I usually go, or early March to late April after the winter snows and spring rains. Yup, it rains and snows there. The plants need a good dose of rain/moisture to produce good blooms. I've been to the desert twice in March, that's the time of year to go any year for flowers. There were superblooms in 2016 and 2017 because of intense rains in southern California. DesertUSA . com has a wildflower report on their website.