Anza-Borrego Desert State Park: Blair Valley Primitive Campground Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"In the middle of March, I camped in Little Blair Valley on the edge of a tremendous meadow. The moon was so full that the tiny ﬂowers sparkled from between the startlingly green grass. What a night! I was alone until morning, when a couple drove by in a rental car. They were lost and looking for the American Indian pictographs. We consulted his map, then they were oﬀ in a cloud of dust.
The rest of the morning it was just me, watching the sun move across the valley and rocks. The County Road S2 turnoﬀ to Little Blair Valley is 4 miles south of Scissors Crossing, about 31 miles from Anza-Borrego Desert State Park (ABDSP) headquarters in Borrego Springs. On the left, you’ll see the tiny stake sign embossed with LITTLE BLAIR. The road, usually passable by all passenger cars, goes a mile or so over a ridge into the valley. Here, you’ll encounter another stake sign indicating the CR S2 highway from which you just came. To the left is a wonderful area for camping in the soft meadow grass."