Snowbirds, dedicated travelers, and nature lovers know that Borrego Springs remains a uniquely beautiful place because it’s hard to get to. And for those who are hardy enough to make the trip in October, the rewards are plentiful.
Come for the Scenery
Surrounded by badlands, palm oases, slot canyons, and cactus-studded hills, the desert vistas are breathtaking. When you visit Borrego Springs, be sure to hike the hills and valleys of Anza-Borrego State Park to see wildlife like bobcats, hummingbirds, and tiny chipmunks. Photograph the pink and purple hues of sunset and watch the moon rise over the Coyote Mountains.
Come for the Healing Waters
The Native Americans who inhabited the Anza-Borrego desert lands for centuries knew the healing properties of the local hot springs. You’ll feel refreshed and rejuvenated when you experience our salt-water swimming pool and the relaxing warmth of the spas and mineral baths.
Visit Borrego Springs and renew your body, mind, and spirit with holistic massage, acupressure, and enjoy the healing waters of our own deep well when you reserve your stay at the Springs at Borrego RV Resort & Golf Course.
Come for October Festivals and Fun
Plan your October vacation. There’s more to Borrego Springs than nature!
55th Annual Borrego Days Desert Festival
Oct. 23 – 24, 2021
Christmas Circle on Palm Canyon Drive
For 55 years, Borrego Springs has been delighting visitors and locals with food, entertainment, and fun. C’mon out for live music with the Linda Ronstadt Experience, Los Bandidos del Norte, Soul Frenzi, an exciting air show, dance troupes, food, car show awards, and lots more. Guess what? Borrego Days Desert Festival is absolutely FREE and one of the best reasons to visit Borrego Springs!
The Springs at Borrego Golf Course
You may be wondering why the golf course is closed until Nov. 5. It takes two kinds of grass to keep the greens in tip-top condition throughout the year, so we have to reseed the course annually. Here’s how we do it and why.
Trick-or-Treat on Halloween
Have a couple of little ghosts and goblins living in your RV? The neighboring community of Roadrunner has cordially invited all the kids to trick-or-treat on Halloween.