Posts Categorized: Borrego Springs

I Know San Diego featuring Exclusive Couples Tours

Tours for “Couples Only” by Highly Acclaimed Local Expert & Author of 50 Best Selling San Diego Guidebook    Tours of the city will be given by the internationally acclaimed writer and publisher Barry Berndes of the SAN DIEGAN | SanDiegan.com. It’s an experience not to miss. A testament to his knowledge of what makes San… Read more »

Borrego Springs Chamber of Commerce Farmers' Market

Visiting one of the Farmers’ Markets in San Diego County allows you to experience agriculture. These Farmers’ Markets are certified by the State, ensuring that the produce is being sold by the grower, is grown in California and meets all California quality standards. These criteria ensure that you receive the freshest produce for the right… Read more »

Ocotillo Airport in the Anza-Borrego Desert is a Great Way For Pilots to Visit this Remote Area

Golden rays of dawn peek over an eastern knoll warming away the early morning chill. From the west, the smell of breakfast wafts across a hard-packed dry lakebed. Gradually, the sapphire sky, with its pinholes of starlight, dissolves to deep azure. Ocotillo Wells. Here in the Anza-Borrego Desert life is best lived from September to… Read more »

Agua Caliente Airport is a Popular East San Diego County Airport North of Interstate 8

Agua Caliente Airstrip is north of Interstate 8, on County Highway S2, 95 miles east of San Diego. The County Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) has leased State lands for park and recreational purposes, namely the Agua Caliente Springs County Park, since before 1988. In 2008, DPR entered into a new 20-year operating agreement… Read more »

SOHO San Diego Preserves Historic Sites

Since 1969, the Save Our Heritage Organisation has lead San Diego County as a powerful voice for historic preservation. They believe that the historic architecture and sites entrusted to this generation should be passed down to the next, so that they too will know the unique character of San Diego County. Through education, advocacy and… Read more »