Stagecoach Trails has been one of my favorite spots to stay. Because it was very reasonable, centrally located for visiting the huge Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, and there was plenty of room for everyone. All sites have full hookups. Throughout the Park are good sized Cottonwood trees. This is a equestrian park. Galvanized pipe corrals are located on two sides of the park for horse campers. The riding trails right from the park are numerous, including the Pacific Rim Trail. Anza-Borrego Desert Park surrounds the campground in this beautiful high valley. It can be a bit cold in winter, but the rest of the year would be just fine. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This place is a dump!!!! We arrived at 4:30pm on a busy Friday afternoon and no one was there to greet us. We wandered around asking other campers until we figured out where our rental trailer was. We were supposed to stay in one of their mobile trailers, it was a mess, it stunk, the toilet leaked and there was a broken down car parked several feet from the front door. The public restrooms were filthy. We did not stay there and the owners who we were not able to reach for 3 days were very uncooperative in giving us a refund. I would not recommend this place to anyone I liked! We did not stay at thie park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
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Passport park, very remote area, not a good overnight park, nice park to use as base park to explore area. We would go back. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Between Julian and Anza Borrego. 150 Lazy Daze motorhomes were having a caravan here. Camped us by ourselves on other side of park. Very quiet. Great night sky! Owners were very pleasant and helpful. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.