Boondocking Anza Borrego

Discussion in 'Boondocking' started by kerrilouwho, Oct 5, 2017.

  1. kerrilouwho

    kerrilouwho New Member

    Sep 22, 2014
    Southern California
    Does anyone have a suggestion for the best place to boondock in Anza Borrego in a pop up. Is it even possible to drive in and find a place that isn't too windy? We would like to go in November.
  2. bearman512

    bearman512 Active Member

    Apr 17, 2010
    Albuquerque NM
  3. bearman512

    bearman512 Active Member

    Apr 17, 2010
    Albuquerque NM
    There are a number of regular campgrounds in the state park that you can access with any TV and PUP. I should have said that first as I always default to offroad. [;)]
  4. sierrapup

    sierrapup Active Member

    Jun 19, 2016
    don't know what you have but google fish creek...[CC]
  5. Haybale

    Haybale I'd rather be camping!!

    Aug 22, 2013
    San Diego via MN
    There are many many miles and area's of Anza Borrego just about any TV/pup can make it.... I tow with a Saturn and have been to many CG's including Blair Valley, Mountain Palm Canyon, Fish Creek, Arroyo Salado, and many that I don't know their names...

    I like Blair Valley the most, there are 3 marked trails in the park (Marshal South Trail, Motoreos, and Pictographs but once you see them keep going another 75 yards to the dry wash--amazing view--), 25 miles to Agua Caliente (SD CP) that has a little store and they have 3 pools (1 hot spring, 1 regular, and 1 hot spring spa) that is good for a day trip. And Stagecoach RV park is 2-3 miles away with a country store and food to order!

    The Julian Mud Caves are another 10 miles past that which is for a fun day!

    Julian and Borrego Springs are about 30 miles or so for a day trip.

    We had a pup rally at Fish Creek and the Wind caves and the Anti-cline where really awesome!! Just know the wash going in can be a little tricky with the sand and the wash...

    I have probably spent 80- nights in the AB Desert!!

    Let me know when you go!!

    This was Labor Day Blair Valley

    This was Desert Palm Canyon (many Cholla, wont be back)

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