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Great site for general information about the park and the region, and the services available to you when you visit.  E-mail a friendly note to Kat while you're there!  I owe Kat a huge debt of gratitude for saving this site from the ravages of changing servers and failure to backup important information like you're always told to do.  Thanks, Kat.  ;-)
The mission of the Anza-Borrego Foundation is to acquire private lands within Anza-Borrego Desert State Park for transfer to the park for current and future generations to enjoy.
A web site full of pictures of the desert southwest, taken by someone who knows the subject well.  Don can't be beat when it comes to desert botany.  His pictures of rock art are great, too.
The ABDNHA is a non-profit corporation dedicated to educational and interpretive activities and to the promotion of historical and scientific endeavors pertinent to the deserts of the Southwest.
Seley Ranches produce the best grapefruit in the world ;-).  No visit to Borrego Springs is complete without a stop at their self-serve fruit stand at the end of Di Giorgio Road, just north east of town. 
Information from the State of California about one of the largest state parks in the country.
Up to the minute weather conditions and a 4 to 5 day forecast straight from the National Weather Service.
DesertUSA's "Virtual Visitor's Center" on Anza-Borrego
Statistics, History and a large list of things to do in Borrego Springs and Links to information on Anza-Borrego Desert as well.
Read a fascinating memoir of one of the original surveyors of Hwy 78.
Visit the local Astronomy Association to find out what you can expect to see under the clear desert night time sky.
Lots of great pictures of the desert.  Palm trees, desert oases and pictographs.  Tim has them all. 
  • Tom & Roth Sipila's A-B Pictures

  • Tons of pictures from the Sipila's. See Ruth's poetry on the "Of Interest" page. She has a book of her poetry published; information here.

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