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One of the Anza-Borrego state park Primitive campgrounds. Some noise from highway 78 during day but really quiet at night. It’s a long road with many spots on it. Not a lot of places to turn around but we found some areas to turn our 28ft trailer around pretty easily. Road is excellent and passable by regular car. Decent ATT and Verizon coverage. No services but there is one set of toilets that I didn’t check out.
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Stayed here one night to escape the loud noise at the Ocotillo Wells SVRA. It is close to the road but we weren't bothered. We had tried to stay at the Tamarisk Campground and they told us to check this place out since they were sold out. There is a vault toilet and it was a clean quite spot and the stars were beautiful. The rangers were nice enough to let us use the showers at the established campground the next morning. It's just a half mile up the road. This place is freeReport Check-In
we drove in on a Sunday night pulling a 32 foot trailer. I was very concerned about getting stuck and being able to turn around. We could turn around at the toilets, and there was another parking lot a ways further where we could have turned around. It is an awesome place. There is a little road noise from Hwy 78, but it is wonderful.Report Check-In
Drove down this very sandy, sketchy road in my 2WD camper van after seeing two regular cars braving it. Immediately regretted my decision, fearing that one wrong move or even coming to a complete stop would leave me stuck in the sand. I’m new to dealing with dirt roads, sand and mud so maybe I’m overly cautious but I won’t be trying that again without a 4x4. Turned around by the bathrooms and went to the nearby Yacqui Pass primitive camping lot up the hill.Report Check-In
As you turn off the paved S3 to the dirt road you will see a sign for ‘Yaqui Well’. We stayed near the washrooms. No problem on the road to that point with 2wd sprinter, but a good amount of the shoulder looks soft with some hard packed sections & pull outs so check what you’re getting into.Report Check-In
Great, roomy site. Works fine for tent camping. Pit toilets across the road which are convenient, but makes for some traffic. Many sites along this road to choose from.Report Check-In
35/40 mbps. Great temps right now in late October. Some of the cleanest pit toilets I've seen - spotless, no bugs, no smell, no stains. I'm closer to the entrance and have seen two vehicles. You can drive pretty far down this road so you're sure to find a spot. Leave it better than you found it! 🤙🏼Report Check-In
One of the Anza-Borrego state park Primitive campgrounds. Some noise from highway 78 during day but really quiet at night. It’s a long road with many spots on it. Not a lot of places to turn around but we found some areas to turn our 28ft trailer around pretty easily. Road is excellent and passable by regular car. Decent ATT and Verizon coverage. No services but there is one set of toilets that I didn’t check out.Report Check-In