Overview of Main Street Camping Area
Accessibility is not guaranteed, always scout ahead before driving down dirt roads.
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Reported by FourFeetFourPaws on 2/19/2020
Pad Type dirt
Elevation 262 ft / 79 m
Tent Camping Yes
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“Lots of ramandas, tables and fire pits. ”
There are dozens of ramondas, picnic tables and fire pits off Main Street, a well traveled groomed dirt road.
Just off the highway and Main Street there are flush toilets, coin operated showers and dumpsters. There are numerous clean pit toilets in the area as well. Adjacent to the restrooms is a large partially covered area for group rental.
Main Street intersects with Quarry Road and ends at The Cove camping area. Ramondas, tables and fire pits are numerous in these three intersecting areas. Or if you rather, find a spot anywhere and set up camp.
The main attraction is all the off road possibilities. It was wildly busy for Presidents Day weekend. We have visited this area 2 other times midweek and we were virtually by ourselves. If you are into off roading, there are very well marked roads with geological destinations to ride to extending to all sides of this off road area. Pick up a map at the visitor’s center off Route 78 and Quarry Road.
For those of you coming from the city, you will be amazed at the star gazing. Anza Borrego Desert State Park is adjacent to the area. It’s worth a visit to the Visitor Center near Borrego Springs. Visit Slot Canyon if you have time. Take Butte’s Pass Road, a dirt road (street legal vehicles only) off of Route 78 and stay left at the fork to Borrego Mountain Wash.
FourFeetFourPaws would stay here again
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- dry camping
- recreation trail
- fire ring
- picnic table
- restrooms: vault
Noisy When Busy/Paradise When Not
Great place to stay
Good basic site - would stay again
Loved it. Best free campsite! The night sky. The hiking. The scenery!!!
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