Camping in the DMZ: Exploring Semi-Abandoned Jacumba Hot Springs and the U.S.-Mexico Border





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Published on Feb 28, 2018

Welcome to Wonderhussy Adventure #191

Exploring a semi-abandoned old hot springs resort town way down near the U.S.-Mexico border. Between the border fence, the omnipresent Border Patrol, the warning signs and the caches of bottled water left for thirsty migrants by so-called Border Angels.....this was a REALLY creepy place to camp! But my sister and I are broke and couldn't afford the Jacumba Spa, so we found a FREE campsite on some BLM land in the area...where we spent a peaceful, uneventful night. It's actually a beautiful area...just with a really creepy, DMZ-type vibe. YIKES!!!

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