Sacred Rock Reserve is a Bureau of Land Management 163 acre parcel of rocky, hilly land. At Sacred Rocks Reserve Campground, campers can hike, rock climb and see a 500 year old Live Oak tree. Formerly known as Outdoor World RV Park, the area is fully natural and even gets all the water used in the campground (including ice sold at the camp store) from an underground aquifer.
We stayed two nights here in route to San Diego. It is quiet and somewhat dusty, but the soil is sandy and easy for Lexie to manuver. The three of us hiked a short distance inside the reserve, to an area known as Look Out Rocks, where we viewed surrounding rocky hillsides.
The nights are cool (40's) and the days are warm (70's).
|Entrance to Sacred Rocks Reserve|
|Our campsite among the Live Oak trees.|
|Lexie is taking in the view from Look Out Rock|
|Lexie rock climbingat Look Out Rock|
|Wayne and Lexie challenging one another to make the first move.|
|Mom finally takes charge!|