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Anza-Borrego Desert State Park


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Located about 100 miles east-northeast of San Diego. From the west, enter the park on State Highway 78, 12 miles east of Julian, on County Road S-22, 20 miles east of Warner Springs on Route 79.

From the south, enter on County Road S-2 at Ocotillo, just north of Interstate 8. From the east, enter on Route 78, west of Brawley or Road S-22, 10 miles west of Salton City, both east off State Highway 86.

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San Diego, Palm Springs and Yuma, Arizona. There is also a small Airport in Borrego Springs.

Bus service to Borrego Springs, in the center of the park.

Amtrak services San Diego, Palm Springs and Indio, California.



The park includes some of the hottest locations in the U.S. -- Borrego Valley and Borrego Badlands -- where summertime daily high temperatures can average 107 degrees F. Here, temperatures can climb as high as 125 degrees F.

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Average Temperature

 Anza-Borrego Desert State Park - Monthly climate normals
   Year  Jan  Feb  Mar  Apr  May  Jun  Jul  Aug  Sep  Oct  Nov  Dec
 High °F  87  69  73  77  84  93  102  107  105  100  90  78  69
 Low °F  58  43  46  49  53  60  68  75  74  69  60  50  43
 Average °F  73  56  60  63  68  76  85  91  90  84  75  64  56
 Rain  6.51  1.0  1.0  .81  .23  .09  .02  .35  .67  .44  .31  .69  .86


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