Truckhaven Rocks Trail is a 1.6 mile out and back trail located near Borrego Springs, California that offers scenic views and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and walking and is best used from October until May.

Length1.6 miElevation gain203 ftRoute typeOut & back
Kid friendlyHikingWalkingViewsRockyScrambleNo dogs
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Jake Hewitt
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Ap Qazi
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Rock climbingGreat!RockyScramble

Climbed all the way to the top of the rocks. Be careful though, these rocks are made from sand and though they look like they are sturdy and strong, but they can fall apart at any point and you’re not sure where it’s going to fall apart. Walking to the rocks it’s pretty rocky you can follow the creek bed for most of the way in the last quarter-mile you kind of go to the left. If you’re going at dark keeping track of where you came from or follow the creek on the way back it is surprisingly easy to get lost even though it feels like an open field. Parking on the side of the road. 

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Kevin Rivera
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HikingNo shadeRocky

This is a quick and easy hike. Like others have said there’s no real trail but if you just follow the trail on the map you can’t go off track. The trail begins along a little wash and following that gets you on the right path to start off on. The rocks are great, the sunset even better, and can’t beat watching the sky change colors over the desert.

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John Scampone
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2 mile hike

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Christieann Hill
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HikingNo shadeOff trailRockyScrambleWashed out

I enjoyed this hike but there is no trail head and I couldn’t follow the directions as I think flash floods have obliterated the trails. We only saw 2 other people and they climbed to the top of the rocks. The rocks are cool if you are into geology, etc., like I am. If you want peace and nature this hike is for you!

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Rachel Robinson
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HikingBugsNo shadeOff trailRockyScrambleWashed out

Unfortunately this trail has been mostly washed out and has no trailhead marker. We went as far as we could follow and had to turn back. Gorgeous views of the hills and wildflowers

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Nancy Pon
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HikingNo shade

An easy walk along a sandy road for the first mile before descending into canyons. Right now, lots of wildflower blooms which makes the scenery much more interesting. Many ways to go so be sure to keep track of your location. The trail marker says Truck Haven trail. Views of the Badlands and of Salton Sea.

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Chad Finn
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Great trail in March for few people and lots of wildflowers. Eastern part of the loop is not well defined but pretty much heading up main arroyos and heading towards big rocks (Truckhaven) that are your destination makes it very easy. Honeybee hive out of threat but cool at base of biggest rock in Spring 2019. Not sure whether they can oversummer.

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Mathias Tucunduva
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HikingOff trailOver grownRocky
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John Russell
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Parsival 63
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Krista Culbreth
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Xiaoxiong Guai
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Roy Gallegos
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Kevin Rivera
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Bruce Underhill
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