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Anza-Borrego Desert Guidebook Helps Demystify California’s Largest State Park

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Photo credit: Courtesy of Diana Lindsay

This undated photo was taken from the June Wash looking to the west.

Photo credit: Courtesy of Diana Lindsay

The cover of "Anza-Borrego Desert Region: Your Complete Guide to the State Park and Adjacent Areas of the Western Colorado Desert" is pictured.

California's largest state park is in the Anza-Borrego Desert and covers 600,000 acres in eastern San Diego County.

The vastness of the park can be daunting, but the definitive guidebook for the region has been helping visitors explore the park for the past 39 years.

The sixth edition of "Anza-Borrego Desert Region: Your Complete Guide to the State Park and Adjacent Areas of the Western Colorado Desert" was released this month.

One of the authors of the book, Diana Lindsay, will join Midday Edition on Wednesday to discuss visiting the park.

Lindsay and co-author and husband Lowell Lindsay will be holding a presentation and Q&A at Adventure 16 San Diego in Mission Valley Wednesday at 7 p.m.

Anza-Borrego Desert Guidebook Helps Demystify California's Largest State Park

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Diana Lindsay, co-author, "Anza-Borrego Desert Region: Your Complete Guide to the State Park and Adjacent Areas of the Western Colorado Desert"

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