2021 Thor Chateau
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Just north of the California-Mexico border, nestled within the wilderness-rich forests of Southern California, sits the census-designated place of Borrego Springs, California. This desert oasis is a perfect escape for wilderness lovers, all day and all night. Borrego Springs has been designated as an “International Dark Sky Community”, meaning that there are minimal lights at night to ensure that locals and visitors can delight in the starry skies of the Milky Way. Visitors to Borrego Springs can enjoy a wide variety of outdoor recreational activities as they indulge in the quintessential Southern Californian lifestyle.
If you are looking to park your RV rental in Borrego Springs, you can hitch a ride on one of the rural routes operated by the San Diego Metropolitan Transit System. These routes can then connect you to some of the larger towns in the area, where you can do even more exploring.
When you book an RV in Borrego Springs, you will find yourself in a world of Californian wilderness. You will be able to explore the deserts in the mornings, the forests in the evenings, and enjoy the wonders of the universe as you gaze up at the clear night sky.
When you choose to book an RV rental in Borrego Springs, CA, travel south of town to the remarkable Anza-Borrego Desert State Park near Julian, CA. One of the largest state parks in California, and in the entire country, Anza-Borrego Desert is able to be explored over the more than 100 miles of trails that trace their way through the park. Surrounded by several mountain ranges, including the Vallecito, Santa Rosa, and Laguna, the desert is perfectly encapsulated and forms a beautiful environment and ecosystem.
About an hour's drive northeast of Borrego Springs is the Salton Sea State Recreation Area near Mecca, CA, on the northern shores of the lake. The saline-rich lake is located along the San Andreas Fault. Not only that, but it sits in the lowest elevation point of the Colorado Desert. This unique lake is one of the largest saline lakes in the world, making it a rather bizarre travel destination. Visitors to this unique site can enjoy tanning on the sunny beaches of the lake and then going for a swim whenever you need to cool off.
About an hour's drive to the west of Borrego Springs is the Cleveland National Forest. You can hike through the pine forests, stroll through the chaparral plains, and even hike along a section of the Pacific Crest Trail. Or if you’d rather, you can try your hand at some of the incline-gaining trails that lead up to waterfalls or panoramic vistas of the forest below. Or instead, you can get a wilderness permit and explore the various wilderness areas in the forest.
When you have a motorhome rental in Borrego Springs, you'll probably want a place or two to stay while you’re spending time in Southern California.
Just on the north side of town is The Springs at Borrego RV Resort. At The Springs, visitors will find full hookups, Wi-Fi, a pool, and catch-and-release fishing. Visitors can also enjoy some of the clearest night skies you can find in all of California.
On the west side of town is the Palm Canyon Hotel & RV Resort. The resort offers hookups, restroom and shower facilities, and an on-site pool and fitness center. The RV resort is also home to some of the jeweled desert wildflowers that dot the landscape and bring the wilderness of the desert into the comfort of the RV park.
If you need to refuel the Borrego Springs motorhome rental, there are plenty of places around the city where you can get the supplies and fuel that you need.
When you choose to rent an RV in Borrego Springs, be sure to set aside plenty of extra time to explore the beautiful area around you.
On the north side of town is the Galleta Meadows Estate. This large desert estate is home to over 100 metal sculptures depicting various animals, both real and mythical. You can walk through the park and be mesmerized by the truly unique manifestations of the artist’s recreation of the animal kingdom.
If you want to learn about the Wild West of California, then spend some time at the Warner-Carrillo Ranch House. Just a short drive to the west of town, you can visit the old ranch house and even get to see a variety of archaeological artifacts. You’ll be able to learn all about life on the frontier while enjoying the comforts of modern day.
After days of viewing local art and learning about the history of the local community, you can zoom over the trees and landscapes of Southern California on one of the various zip line courses in the area. You’ll be able to feel the wind breeze past you as you are treated to some of Southern California’s best desert views.
When staying near the California-Mexican border, be sure to treat yourself to some fresh tropical produce, such as ripe mangoes or avocados.