In the nearby town of Anza, interpretive exhibits are found at the Hamilton Schools and Library complex (57550 Mitchell Road). San Bernardino National Forest and Expedition Camp #56 and #57 A broad, bowl-shaped valley between Cahuilla Mountain and Bautista Canyon, the area of Camp #56 at Tripp Flats can be viewed from the road. Today's Bernasconi Pass (along the Ramona Expressway) was used by the expedition to travel from their camp to the Alessandro Valley south of Riverside.Today, one can visit the Lake Perris State Recreation Area and the nearby San Jacinto Wildlife Area.The Camp #59 and river crossing sites are both within the Martha Mc Lean/Anza Narrows Park (5759 Jurupa Ave.) in Riverside.At their Jensen-Alvarado Historic Ranch and Museum (4307 Briggs St.Ron Kiel (Violin) Calicanto (Choral) (playing time 4 minutes 21 seconds) Anza-Borrego Desert State Park - 200 Palm Canyon Drive, Borrego Springs CA 92004; tel.: 760-767-5311, web: gov Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail Association - 5325 Elkhorn Blvd., PMB #256 Sacramento, CA 95842; tel.: 916-349-2109, web: Hamilton Schools - 57550 Mitchell Road, Town of Anza, CA 92539; tel.: 909-763-1840 San Bernardino National Forest, Santa Rosa and San Jacinto National Monument - 51-500 Highway 74, Palm Desert, CA 92260; tel.: 760-862-9984, web: us/r5/sanbernardino Lake Perris State Recreation Area - 17801 Lake Perris Drive Perris, CA 92571; tel.: 951-940-5603, web: gov San Jacinto Wildlife Area California Dept. of Fish and Game - 1812 9th Street, Sacramento, CA 95814; tel.: 909-597-9823, web: gov/lands Martha Mc Lean/Anza Narrows Park, Riverside County Regional Parks - 5759 Jurupa Ave., Riverside CA 92506; tel.: 951-683-1653, web: riversidecountyparks.org/ park-directory/all-parks/ anzanarrows Back to Juan Bautista de Anza Trail Guide Homepage.
Continue on CA-60 to I-15, and go north on I-15 and take I-10 west.
Motorized vehicles are prohibited in this area of the park, but hikers can reach the area from the town of Anza, or from the south (San Diego County). This place has a spring of water and a small arroyo nearby, with plentiful and good grass." The pass is in Terwilliger Valley at the upper end of Coyote Canyon about seven miles southeast of the town of Anza. Eight miles of it are unpaved and allow one to experience rare well- preserved chaparral and riparian landscapes on the historic route. San Jacinto Wildlife Area, Lake Perris and Expedition Camp #58 With the San Jacinto mountains at their right, the expedition traveled north and camped near a lake that Anza had named in 1774 after his supporter, Viceroy Bucareli.
The area of the camp is now on a privately owned ranch, but can be accessed by hikers from the Pacific Crest Trail. On December 30, 1775, Father Font noted "large white flocks" of geese.
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