Borrego Palm Canyon in Anza Borrego

In the Anza Borrego desert, one of the most popular spots to hike is Borrego Palm Canyon. This three-mile trail climbs into a canyon and ends at a good sized palm oasis and a small seasonal waterfall. It’s a great hike but there is a decent amount of uphill so don’t do it on a […]

Font’s Point: Anza Borrego State Park’s Best View

Anza Borrego State Park, in Southern California, is a huge desert with countless adventures to be had. While I have by no means done everything, the view at Font’s Point in the park’s northern section is one of the best views in all of Southern California. The way the ragged ridgelines bend out in front […]

Galleta Meadows Metal Sculptures in Borrego Springs

Only in California can a State Park be overrun with massive metal sculptures in the name of art. I am not even beginning to complain though as the Galleta Meadows Sculptures in Anza-Borrego are some of my favorite things to take new adventurers to. There are over 130 and as you are driving around they […]

Wildflowers in Anza Borrego: Where to Find Them

After having such a fun time last year visiting the Antelope Valley Poppy Reserve, I set out to see if I could find wildflowers in Anza-Borrego. Many reports online had said they were blooming and so I asked on the California Through My Lens Facebook Page and reader Sunni told me to visit Henderson Valley. I […]