The Two RV Gypsies: Full-Time RVers

at The Native Trail and Underseas Garden at the San Diego Botanical Garden.

Native Plants and People Trail sign
sign about the native people

The Native Trail was a short walk to the Kumeyaay (Koo-me-eye) homesite where the two RV Gypsies learned about native plants used by the Kumeyaay, the area's earliest inhabitants.

pond on the Native trail
sign about the dome shelter
dome shelter

Below: At the end of the trail the two RV Gypsies came upon a quiet "pond" known as the Undersea Succulent Garden.

Undersea Succulent Garden sign
undersea garden
undersea garden
undersea garden
undersea garden
undersea garden tree

Below: A newly donated Tree Grape

Tree Grape sign
Tree Grape

Below: Inside the building: One of two beautiful stained glass windows.

stained glass window

Below: More beautiful art on the outside of the building.

outside of the building
outside of the building
outside of the building

This is a big, beautiful, wonderful area, and the two RV Gypsies took so many pictures that the gardens had to be divided up into sections which will allow photos to load faster, and give viewers the opportunity to view areas in any order they choose.

Art sculptures and mariachi topiaries

Bamboos and Trees

Children's Areas


Native trail and Underseas Garden (this page)


Rainforest, ponds, and waterfalls

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