Borrego Springs, CA
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The Springs at Borrego RV Resort & Golf Course is one very impressive luxury RV park with great amenities, a fantastic golf course, good sites, unbelievable views, and a warm and friendly staff. All of which is why it was:
The park is located less than a mile from the heart of Borrego Springs and three miles from the Anza-Borrego State Park Visitors Center. The Springs at Borrego RV Resort & Golf Course is very clean and meticulously maintained and manicured. Even the natural areas and all of the grounds around each site are raked and immaculately landscaped - not a pebble is out of place!
All of the roads are paved and big rigs can easily maneuver in and out of sites. And the view from almost every site is majestic - the park is surrounded by mountain ranges and open desert and lined with tall stately trees as well as landscaped with a variety of trees, desert fauna, and brush. The golf course is maintained the with the same loving care - you'll feel guilty if you make a divot. The laundry room to the restrooms to the library and pool area are also meticulous. It just doesn't get much better than what you'll get to enjoy at The Springs!
During the season - November to April - The Springs is typically full, so make your reservations early (up to five years in advance). This is the best place to stay and explore the Anza-Borrego Desert.
Bottom line, The Springs at Borrego RV Resort & Golf Course is a premier RV resort and clearly makes our Top Ten RV Parks that we have enjoyed over the last 35 years! And Borrego Springs is a hidden gem and a great place to hike, golf, star gaze, or just relax and enjoy the scenery, wild life, and serenity of the Anza-Borrego Desert.
The Springs at Borrego is a small park with only 90 full hook up pull through sites plus a few back-in sites and an overflow dry camping area for 15 or so campers. The full hook-up sites have a level parking pad, a concrete patio, sewer, new pedestals with water, 30 and 50 AMP, and cable hook-ups. A couple nice touches include a lighted utility pedestals with electric and cable hook-ups plus two water spigots. And each site has two dump outlets making it easy to dump without having to add a dump hose extension.
Each site is 35 feet wide giving you ample space between you and your neighbor and each site is landscaped with some local fauna or a tree, some of which are sprouting lemons and oranges. 42 of the sites are considered premium sites and are priced a little higher but they are worth the extra few dollars:
There are 10 back in sites for smaller trailers and rigs and they have a good view of the palms, mountains and golf course, but they only have water and electric and the site is crushed gravel. The Springs at Borrego's overflow area is a big crushed gravel parking area with 15 sites all of which overlook holes on the golf course.
In addition to fantastic sites The Springs at Borrego is home to an outstanding 9-hole golf course that is in excellent condition with some fun holes, including an island green! To learn more about their golf course, read our review of The Springs at Borrego Golf Course.
And to top it off, during your stay you'll get to enjoy some excellent amenities, including:
You shouldn't get bored when you stay with The Springs, they have a wide variety of activities to keep you busy. Some of what was going on when we were staying at the park included:
After a round of golf or some hiking, you should head over to the rec center and enjoy the hot mineral baths or get a massage at The Springs at Borrego Wellness Center. The Wellness Center offers holistic massage therapy (relaxation, reflexology, therapeutic, and ayurvedic massages) as well as three different acupuncture experiences for your pleasure, If you don't have an RV or if friends need a place to stay, then you should consider renting one of the four travel trailers that are available for rent at The Springs. The travel trailers are 25' to 32' long, will sleep 2-8 people comfortably, and are furnished with everything needed for a fun weekend.
First time visitors are entitled to a $20 discount and during the off season Good Sam, AAA, and other specials and discounts are offered. And make sure you complete a survey and sign up for their newsletter for other specials.
Borrego Springs is a hidden gem (don't tell anybody, we don't want to spoil it) with a small local friendly population smack dab in the middle of Anza Borrego Desert State Park and we had a blast when we stayed at The Springs at Borrego Resort for four days.
Some of what we enjoyed included:
We only wish we had scheduled more time in Borrego Springs - what a unique, scenic, and interesting place with lots to see and do.
The Springs at Borrego RV Resort is ideal for exploring Anza Borrego State Park and enjoying the restaurants, golf courses, tours, and everything else there is to do in Borrego Springs.
To learn more about all the fun things that we experienced while visiting Borrego Springs, read our Vacation In Borrego Springs Article.
Visit the following to find links and information on what to see and do during your visit:
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