Each campsite comes with a:
Anza Borrego has four developed campgrounds: Tamarisk Grove, Vern Whitaker Horse Camp, Bow Willow, and Borrego Palm Canyon, along with eight "primitive' campgrounds that don't have running water. Borrego Palm Canyon is the largest campground with 122 reservable sites and a bunch of amenities. You can buy firewood, take hot showers, and sit underneath shade ramadas throughout the campground. It's a perfect spot for first-time campers and families who want to try out desert camping.
Check-in: After 12 PM · Check-out: 12 PM
Quiet hours: 10 PM to 6 AM
Nightly Fee: $25
The park is named after 18th century Spanish explorer Juan Bautista de Anza and borrego, the Spanish word for sheep.
Thousands of years ago, the Cahuilla, Cupeño and Kumeyaay Native American tribes lived in the region
Borrego Springs is a major stopover for Swainson's Hawks migrating from Argentina to their breeding grounds north of the town. Cool, huh?