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Photograph America Newsletter on Anza-Borrego Desert Landscapes, California
 
Anza-Borrego Desert State Park is one of the first places each spring in California where photographers can find desert wildflowers. Way down at the bottom of California, near the Mexican Border, this state park spreads for a thousand square miles across desert badlands lying in the rain shadow of the San Ysidro Mountains. Early spring wildflowers, desert bighorn sheep, remote canyon springs surrounded by palm groves, and fascinating geological formations can be photographed at Anza-Borrego. Camp anywhere and explore 500 miles of unpaved park roads.
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Updated - April 2014
At the southern end of California near the Mexican Border, this state park spreads for a thousand square miles across desert badlands lying in the rain shadow of the San Ysidro Mountains. Early spring wildflowers, desert bighorn sheep, remote canyon springs surrounded by palm groves, and fascinating geological formations can be photographed at Anza-Borrego.
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Locations
  • Borrego Badlands
  • Borrego Palm Canyon
  • Borrego Springs
  • Box Canyon Overlook
  • Canyon Sin Nombre
  • Carrizo Badlands
  • The Elephant Tree
  • Font's Point
  • Kenyan Overlook Trail
  • Kenyan Trail on Yaqui Pass
  • Mescal Bejada
  • Mason Valley Cactus Gardens
  • Mountain Palm Springs
  • North Grove
  • Ocotillo Wells State Vehicular Recreational Area
  • Pigmy Grove
  • Pumpkin Patch
  • Split Mountain
  • Salton Sea
  • San Ysidro Mountains
  • Southern Emigrant Trail
  • Thimble Trail Sunrise
  • Tierra Blanca Mountains
  • William Kenyan Overlook Trail