This week we made an overnight trip to Borrego Springs and Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, the largest state park in California. The community of Borrego Springs is about 2-hour drive from where we stay in Desert Hot Springs. In addition to being in the middle of Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, Borrego Springs is well-known for the outdoor arts of Ricardo Breceda at Galleta Meadows Estates. These metal sculptures are amazing to see in person. The artist put a lot of details and craftmanships into creating them. Plus there’s no cost to visit and discover these gems.
Some of the pictures of about 130 pieces of arts in the desert.
We stayed overnight at Culp Valley Campground in the state park. It’s a primitive campground with vault toilets but no drinking water. It’s free to camp here. The night time temperature was cold but we were nice and warm in Ren. We didn’t have much sleep as the coyotes were quite active at night and made lots of noise.
We’ll be back to explore the park more some other time.