Borrego Springs has a long and rich history, including habitation by the Kumeyaay Indians, a Spanish lieutenant searching for deserters, and, eventually, ranchers. In fact, ‘borrego’ is Spanish for little lamb and refers to the large herds of bighorn sheep that once roamed the area. Or perhaps the fluffy clouds that occasionally bring rain. The hardy people who dwelt here coaxed the desert to bloom. You can too.
Imagine growing vegetables from your own plot in the community garden, playing with your pets in our two dog parks and walking more than 2 miles through the extensive green belt.
It’s easy access to the vibrant art scene and shops in downtown Borrego Springs. We’re just a mile away.