La Casa del Zorro

La Casa del Zorro

3845 Yaqui Pass Rd.
Borrego Springs, California 92004
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Local Phone: (760) 767-0100

This legendary desert retreat, built in 1937 and towering 6,000 feet over the desert floor, is surrounded by Anza Borrego Desert State Park. Rooms and free-standing casitas are furnished in Southwest style, and each has a wood-burning fireplace. Amenities at this luxury property include five pools, six tennis courts, an Olympic-style archery range, biking and hiking trails, and a nine-hole putting green, all set amid carefully tended landscaping.

All rooms and casitas at La Casa del Zorro are dog-friendly, and the restaurant patio is dog-friendly, as well.

Dog-friendly policies:

  • Size: All sizes
  • Maximum number allowed: 2
  • Percentage of rooms that are dog-friendly: All
  • Other comments: Pet Fee: $50 every three nights

Dog-friendly property amenities:

  • Dog Waste Bags
  • Cozy Dog Beds
  • Dining/water bowls

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Abby at Joshua Tree National Park <br/> Photo Credit: jesslynncline (CC)
Abby at Joshua Tree National Park
Photo Credit: jesslynncline (CC)
Even if you’ve never been to Joshua Tree National Park or Anza Borrego Desert State Park, you know these two spectacular parcels of public lands from photographs of exotic Joshua trees (a member of the agave family named by Mormon pioneers after the biblical figure), silhouetted against a sunset sky; rock climbers negotiating surreal boulder formations; and, in the state park, spring wildflowers stretching as far as the eye can see. While activities with dogs are severely restricted at both preserves, enough access exists for both you and your furry sidekick to have a tail-waggin’ good time.

As at most national parks, regulations at Joshua Tree prohibit dogs from accompanying their people on trails—but not from driving through to admire the scenery or enjoy a picnic at a site surrounded by the fuzzy, forklike agave from which the park takes its name. more »
Ranger at Joshua Tree National Park. Photo Credit: Lisa Hernandez
Ranger at Joshua Tree National Park. Photo Credit: Lisa Hernandez
The Greater Palm Springs area, cutting through five counties and encompassing millions of acres of protected lands, is the perfect place to begin exploring the much larger Desert Regions of California. Here are some dog-friendly suggestions on where to go and what to do in the fall and winter months. more »
Photo courtesy of Madjag (CC)
Photo courtesy of Madjag (CC)
As at most national parks, regulations at Joshua Tree prohibit dogs from accompanying you on trails—but not from driving through to admire the scenery or enjoy a picnic at a site surrounded by the fuzzy, forklike cacti from which the park takes its name. In a day’s visit, you can watch rock climbers negotiating the park’s signature boulder formations in the Quail Springs and Hidden Valley day-use areas; enjoy sweeping vistas of the Coachella Valley from Keys View; and enjoy an 18-mile geology motor tour through some of the park’s most fascinating landscapes. more »
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