2255 DiGiorgio Road, Borrego Springs, CA 92004
Date Visited: March 2021
Site: #801, PULL-THROUGH, full hookups, 50 AMP, cable
We paid: $93 per night (Good Sam discount)
It’s not easy to get to Borrego Springs, but once you do, The Springs at Borrego RV Resort is a lovely campground, well worth the effort. We followed the campground’s recommendation of the alternate route, rather than traveling on the very windy Montezuma Valley Road into town. Though the southern route is not easy, the windiness doesn’t last as long and it’s not quite as steep as the northern route.
There is a large parking lot for unhooking and check in occurs in their store. All went smoothly with documents already prepared. Sites are level concrete pads with crushed gravel and short shrubs between the sites. Site 801 is on an end overlooking the golf course, which is beautiful with fan palms, tamarisk trees and of course lots of green grass.
You can walk around the campground and golf course, enjoying lots of native vegetation, birds, and rabbits. There is a dark sky watching site at the far end of the campground, and a dedicated hose for vehicle washing located in the Dry Camping section. The campground is a few miles from the Anza-Borrego Desert State park Visitor Center, and a few miles from some of the most striking Sky Art sculptures.
We would definitely stay here again if we came this far to visit Anza-Borrego again. We avoided the Montezuma Valley (very winding) Road and went the southern route through Yaqui Pass Road. Definitely preferable in an RV to go the extra 12 miles.