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Cajon Pass

Camp Cajon

"One of the finest public camps in the West."

Camp Cajon picnic area and campground was developed by William H. Bristol between 1919 and 1921 along National Old Trails Highway in Cajon Pass (in the vicinity of present-day intersection of Interstate 15 and Highway 138). It served as a welcome station for motorists entering the San Bernardino Valley, and included numerous round concrete picnic tables, as well as stone stoves and fire pits. A flood wiped out the picnic area in 1938.























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