Anza Borrego is a outdoor adventure wonderland just two hours from San Diego and the Inland Empire, offering numerous options for camping, hiking, offroading and much more. This video guide to Anza Borrego is based on our post, the Ultimate Guide to Anza Borrego Desert State Park, which provides more detailed information on the park as well as a printable version that you download. Mobile services in the park is spotty at best, and a printed version of the guide will come in handy, as will a map and compass.
Chris Emery is an outdoor adventure junkie who lives in San Diego, California. He is the editor of OutdoorSoCal.com, the guide to the Southern California outdoors.
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