This RV park is relaxing. The staff is very responsive and attentive. The sites are wide and very clean. We spent most out time at the pool. Town is close by for shopping and restaurants. Mountain backdrop is beautiful. We had a great time and will be back.
This was our 2nd stay at the RV park. The grounds and golf course are very well kept. There was plenty of space for our 40 foot 5th wheel, truck, and outdoor set up. It was very quiet even though the park was almost full. A lot of snowbirds so we tend to go to bed early I guess! We lucked out that every night was clear and star gazing was amazing. This is definitely a great place to stay in the cooler months.
What a gem. The beautiful desert and lush green golf course makes the Springs a destination. The water exercise classes taught by Crysta were wonderful and fun. It was a great work out! The hot tubs are well maintained and so relaxing. Great to relax after a day of activities. The golf course is beautiful and forgiving for the novice golfer.
We have been going here for the past 6 years and have had a great time .We recently experienced the new owners/ management and camp host from hell . I hadn’t even un hooked my trailer and was approached by the camp hosts telling me what I can and can’t do . Do not go here unless you want to be constantly watched over and your kids followed around by bitter , bored and miserable camp host on golf carts watching them like prison guards. We will be finding another place to spend our time . The manager and camp hosts were completely out of touch with reality this was the consensus with several people around me that I have never met before. Do not come here if you are under 65 and definitely do not bring kids here or go just want to have fun because you will regret it. BTW the so called mineral spas are just old jacuzzis with chipped up plaster , gallons of chlorine doesn’t not count as minerals.…
Don't forget your own coaxial cable if you want to watch t.v. in your rig. Campground is super quiet, clean and very well organized. Great choice of pads, some very private. Camp hosts were super helpful and friendly. Close enough to town for an easy cruise on your bike. Looking forward to going back.
This was a great trip to help break out of the CVID stay at home funk. Always wanted to go to this area and this is a great RV park , it does have a golf course which looked great but I am not a golfer. Staff was great reservations easy online and check in was easy and site #209 was ready with a packet for us on arrival, sites are large and very clean and neat all have tables and all are concrete pads That are very level. Staff and camp hosts are very friendly and camp hosts were able to give us good places to go and sightsee and you must check out all the metal sculptures in the desert. Lots places to ride bikes in the RV park and they have bike paths on the road into Borrego Springs . Great night sky viewing and lots of hiking trails just be sure when you venture out in the hot weather to take lots of water .We will go back again…
This place is not for young families. They were too many snow birds and they were so rude. They would call the camp host or front desk if more than 15 people were at the pool. If your site had music playing, etc. We will never come to this place again.
We have been to The Springs a number of times and we will continue to make it one of our top resorts in Southern California. The staff and hosts are wonderful and go out of their way to make your stay perfect. The grounds are kept immaculate and having such a nice golf course so convenient is the cherry on top.
We would go out of our way to stay here again. So clean, nice folks and great facilities: hot tubs, pool, and fine sites. We stayed a few nights in the hook up sites then we moved to dry site but still had access to pool, hot tubs and showers. Everything COVID conscious and hyper clean.
We've been coming to this rv park for years but recently the camp hosts have become hostile toward children. If you have a family avoid this place. If your children are riding bikes prepare for them to be followed around in golf carts and yelled at continuously until they talk to you and threaten to call the sheriff. If you have a small group prepare to have them speak to you about noise complaints at 2 in the afternoon. This really happened. We have camped all over Southern California and never have had such a terrible experience. We are all teachers with well behaved children so I can just imagine what other people have experienced there lately. Avoid.