Borrego Springs is a very unique desert community located in North East San Diego. Borrego Springs is surrounded by the Anza-Borrego State Park and is guaranteed to give you that small town atmosphere you are looking for. Say goodbye to traffic, stoplights, and noise, say hello to Borrego Springs.
Borrego Springs functions mainly as a resort location and tourist destination but people fall in love with the desert atmosphere and the laid back lifestyle. There are many types of housing available but most people enjoy using Borrego Springs as a place to buy a vacation home. During the summer the temperature in Borrego Springs averages over 100 degrees but in the winter, averages 70-80 degrees. This is perfect for those that want to avoid the colder temperatures associated with winter and spend their days swimming in pools and playing golf. The tourist season starts in late September and early October and lasts through February or March.
Borrego Springs is home to some famous annual events such as Borrego Springs Days and the Borrego Springs Grapefruit Festival. These yearly events are a lot of fun and attract visitors from all over the country. The Anza-Borrego State Park which surrounds Borrego Springs is full of many types of activities such as horse riding, hiking, and taking tours that go into detail about this special desert town and its origins. A skate park was built recently as well.
The desert might not appeal to everyone but many people instantly fall in love with it. The smell of sage, the silence, it can be hard to find in many places at all. If you love the desert either for a permanent or vacation home, Borrego Springs has a great location and is sure to be everything you are looking for.
|Population (Year 2000):||2,535|
Zip Codes For Borrego Springs: 92004
|Median resident age:||49.7 years|
|Median household income:||$37,045 (year 2000)|
|Median house value:||$143,800 (year 2000)|
Races in Borrego Springs:
|White Non-Hispanic (65.3%) Hispanic (32.4%) Other race (13.1%) Two or more races (2.4%) American Indian (1.1%) Black (1.0%)|