Sixty miles east of San Diego on Highway 94 in the township of Campo you will find collections of history dating back over a century. For the History Buff, we supply physical evidence of what once was, for the tourist and the young, a glimpse into the too soon forgotten past.
Lake Morena Regional Park is a camping park located in East County. Because of its location southwest of the Laguna mountains, the park shows characteristics of desert, coastal, and mountain habitats. Morena Reservoir lies in the middle of 3,250 acres of chaparral, oak woods, and grassland. There are wilderness cabins available for camping as well as partial hook-up and non hook-up sites.
The Pacific Crest Trail is a perfect outdoor playground for beginners and experts alike. Whether you’re picknicking at a trailhead or mountaineering in the North Cascades, it’s important to know the basics. As you travel the trail, safety should be your top priority. The trail is beautiful and welcoming, but it is also challenging. Self-sufficiency is required so be prepared.
Camp Lockett Event and Equestrian Facility (CLEEF) is ideally located in the Milquatay Valley just a stones throw to the north of the Mexican border in Campo, California, which is also home to the Stone Store Museum, the Motor Transport Museum and the Pacific Southwest Railroad Museum. Our Facility is available for rent to organizations wishing to stage an equestrian or other event.
Corredor Histórico CAREM is a Mexican non-profit association based in Tecate, Baja California. CAREM’s mission is to identify, protect, preserve, restore, and present to the public the historical and cultural heritage of Baja California, Mexico. For over 14 years, CAREM has built partnerships with a variety of people and organizations of the Tecate area and the larger binational region to work toward its mission of historical preservation in Baja California.
The City of San Diego established the Archives Center to serve as a central source of information and materials regarding the history and development of San Diego. Among the primary functions of the Archives Center is the identification, preservation and storage of records with permanent reference value that capture the history of San Diego. These records not only provide a chronology of events, but create a window into the City's and the entire region's past: the culture, values, challenges and issues that helped to shape the City of San Diego we know today. In 2015 as part of The City Clerk Archives Access and Preservation Project, the Digital Archives was launched in an effort to increase public access to the historical records of the City. To view, please click this link: