WARNER SPRINGS 92086 Warner Springs takes its name from Jonathan Warner. Warner immigrated to California in 1831. He received a land grant for the Rancho Agua Caliente in 1844. The ranch became a famous station on the immigrant trail.

A small community formed there which was the forerunner of today's Warner Springs. Today, Warner Springs remains a quiet country town nestled between the Cleveland National Forest and the Anza-Borrego Desert. Warner Springs is near Lake Henshaw where fishing is a favorite sport.

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North County Inland
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