The Springs At Borrego

2255 Di Giorgio Road
Borrego Springs, CA 92004

(866) 330-0003

(760) 767-0004

Description

The Springs at Borrego in Borrego Springs is a new luxury RV resort and golf course inside the beautiful Anza-Borrego Desert State Park in Southern California. Located in San Diego County between Los Angeles and San Diego it can be reached from Los Angeles by taking any eastbound freeway. Reservations made online will secure one of our spacious RV sites with marvelous views of the desert and mountains.

Luxury is the operative word at our resort and is punctuated by the splendor of the mountains and magnificent desert sunsets. We pamper our guests who come here for our 9-hole championship golf course designed by David Pfaff, our sparkling swimming pools, mineral bath, tennis and other outdoor activities. Our clubhouse features a relaxing lounge and an exercise room for those who like to stay in shape and our Outdoor Party Pavilion is just the place for special group and family parties and events.

In addition to touring and exploring the Anza-Borrego Desert Park, guests will find boating, fishing, hiking at nearby Salton Sea, California's largest and possibly least known lake and perfect for bird watching, since it is on the Pacific Flyway for many migrating birds. Julian, an historic mining town, is fun to visit and Ramona Vintner Cellars, producer of premium Ramona Valley wines offers wine tastings. Your stay at The Springs at Borrego can be as interesting and exciting or as relaxing as you wish.

90 Total Sites

90 Pull Thru Sites

90 Sites with 20 Amp

90 Sites with 30 Amp

90 Sites with 50 Amp

90 Sites with 100 Amp

70' Max RV Length

Directions:    Finding The Springs at Borrego RV Resort in Borrego Springs, California is easy!

FROM LOS ANGELES - Take any eastbound freeway, then take I-15 South to Temecula, Hwy 79 to S-2, 4.5 miles to S-22, which takes you through Ranchita, into the Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, and down into the desert valley floor. At the stop sign at the bottom, the cross street is Palm Canyon Dr. Turn right towards the community of Borrego Springs. Proceed east through the village on Palm Canyon Dr. for .5 miles past Christmas Circle and turn left (north) on DiGiorgio Rd. The Resort entrance is approximately 0.6 miles on the right.

FROM SAN DIEGO - Take I-15 North to Scripps Poway Parkway or Poway Rd, then Hwy 67 to Ramona, then Hwy 78 to Santa Ysabel. At Santa Ysabel turn left onto Hwy 79 toward Warner Springs. Turn right at S-2, 4.5 miles to a left on S-22, which takes you to Ranchita, into the Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, and down Montezuma Grade into the desert valley floor. At the stop sign at the bottom, the cross street is Palm Canyon Dr. Turn right towards the community of Borrego Springs. Proceed east through the village on Palm Canyon Dr. for .5 miles past Christmas Circle and turn left (north) on DiGiorgio Rd. The Resort entrance is approximately 0.6 miles on the right.

FROM PALM SPRINGS - Take I-10 East to Hwy 86-S. Proceed south to Salton City. Turn right (west) on S-22. Approximately a 30 minute drive will bring you to Borrego. 1.5 miles past the airport, turn right (north) on DiGiorgio Rd. The resort entrance is 0.6 miles on the right.

Additional Info:    Courtesy of Camping.com

Amenities

Onsite

Nearby

  • Sauna
  • Diner/Snack Bar
  • Horse Facility
  • Lodging - Other
  • Repair Services
  • Chapel Services

Recreation

Onsite

  • Pool
  • Rec Room
  • Biking - Road
  • Bird Watching
  • Education Activity
  • Entertainment
  • Golfing
  • Hot Springs
  • Outdoor Games
  • Tennis

Nearby

  • Playground
  • ATV/OHV/Mtcy
  • Backpacking
  • Biking - Mountain
  • Climbing
  • Dancing-Other
  • Dancing-Square
  • Family Activity
  • Hiking
  • Horseback Riding
  • Hunting
  • Scenic Driving
  • Senior Activities
  • Sightseeing
  • Wildlife Viewing

Recent Reviews

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The Springs
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Great place to go to relax. Mineral spas and awesome salt water pool. Beautiful blue sky's by day. Bright stars at night. Lots of desert riding. Great restaurants in town. Especially like Carmalita's Mexican food. Office and ground staff very friendly. 2 dog parks. ?????? We will be back .
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Jeeper
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Reviewed 04/16/2015
A+
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Desert Oasis
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This is our 7th year coming here with our rv group. We absolutely love it. We always book 2 years in advance because we know we all will be back. The facilities are top notch, the staff is so helpful and easy to work with. The campground hosts are the best. We cannot say enough about this place. We always hate to leave so that should say it all! Thank you, Dan and all your staff!
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The Retirees
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Reviewed 04/12/2015
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Not family friendly
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Do not come here if you are looking for a family friendly rv resort. Quiet hours start at 9 which doesn't allow parents to hang out after putting children to bed. Also, pool adult hours are 3-5 which is prime kid pool time. Not only that they had a water aerobics class in the center of the pool during kid hours (11am) but were completely annoyed that kids were in the pool at the same time. In addition the overall attitude at the park is very anti kid. The whole time we received looks and annoyed faces from older guests that clearly didn't want kids around. The park host would not leave us alone and was nit picking everything we did, looking for something to yell at us for. We camp often and have never felt so clearly unwelcome camping with our children. We will never visit here again and will make sure our friends do not either.
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Management Response
Ms. Gorman, The Springs at Borrego IS a family friendly park. We love children and we never have problems with children. What we have a problem with is irresponsible and ill-mannered parents like the adults in your group. Your were loud, sometimes until after midnight (like the night you arrived). You were rude, leaving the kid's toys and your camp furniture in the middle of the road, causing folks to have to steer around them or wait for them to be moved. You acted recklessly, driving the golf cart we rented you very fast after dark with lights deliberately turned off. You swore at our camp host when she offered to remove the trash you threw on the ground after dark. At least one of your neighbors decided to move to the other side of the park to get away from you. You had no respect for the park, our rules or your neighbors. Your children were fine, too bad they can't come back without you. Dan Wright, General Manager
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A123
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Reviewed 04/11/2015
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3 days at the dog park
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This is our third or fourth year at Borrego Springs at Easter time. Each year has seen the increased presence of dogs. Don't get me wrong, I have had dogs and understand people LOVE their dogs. However, that doesn't equate to others suffering their transgressions. The park has pet rules that they need to enforce! Leash rules, keep your pooch leashed, and just because Lassie is leashed it's still not ok to allow for him/her to shove its nose in my crouch, lick my knee, or lift it's leg on my tire. Please pick up your dogs poop, really dog crap on a golf shoe is no fun. There is a no barking rule, if Fifi is vocal they should dry camp in the desert, not in a park where everybody gets to listen to it. Dogs in the public showers! Really I actually some dude take his mutt into the Restroom/shower at the clubhouse. That's just rude and wrong, nobody should be subjected to dog dander an fleas in a public place. In all fairness there was no NO DOGS IN SHOWER sign, however there should be since there seems to be a lack of courtesy among some dog lovers. It is the parks resposibility to make and enforce reasonable rules about pets, however enforcement is way lacking. Since many pet owners seem to lack common courtesy, they shoul have a special sheet of specific rules that pet owners sign.
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Management Response
Thank you for taking the time to complete the survey. We are sorry that some pet owners are not as responsible as they should be. We do enforce the pet rules but we can't possibly have enough staff to be everywhere and see everything. A call to the office about what and where the problems are would allow us to address such issues and we do address them. Dan Wright, General Manager
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Hunter
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Reviewed 04/06/2015