"Guadalupe Canyon" Mexicali by Mateosh

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Guadalupe Canyon

Guadalupe Canyon is 50 or so miles west of Mexacali off a remote washboard road into the desert. Guadalupe Canyon has a campground where each campsite has its own natural hotsprings. Water is funnelled from the hotsprings and into a rock pool constructed at each campsite. When you arrive at your campsite you fill up your rock pool and when you leave you drain it. The campsite also has a palupa with a kitchen and a fireplace.

Waterfalls

This little oasis is a half an hor away from the campsite.

Natural hot springs hot tub

Pros and Cons
  • Pros:Natural Camping for $30/Night
  • Cons:Bad roads
  • In a nutshell:Hard to believe we were the only one's there
  • Last visit to Mexicali: Jun 2005
  • Intro Updated Jun 26, 2005
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  • malianrob's Profile Photo
    Apr 4, 2008 at 8:02 AM

    Hi i really liked your pictures of Guadalupe Canyon. i had never heard of this place before. Looks like some where i would like to visit. Thanks for sharing your pictures. Maria

  • Mandy23's Profile Photo
    Feb 6, 2006 at 9:26 PM

    Nice photos of the area. I've been to Mexicali just 2 weeks ago.

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