Archive for the ‘CEA Events & Rides’ Category

Green Valley Falls Equestrian Campground Map

Monday, September 6th, 2010

Green Valley Falls Equestrian Campground Map

Ah Ha Cuyamac Site Nomination

Friday, September 5th, 2008

Below is a scanned and character recognized version of the privately funded nomination for the seasonal Kumeyaay village site known as Ah Ha Cuyamac. The document is an interesting read including a background into the Kumeyaay culture. Some of the pages of the nomination contained sensitive data and were removed by park officials. CEA encourages users to thoroughly read this document. There is language in the document that restricts recreational use in the area and potential additional areas in Cuyamaca State Park. CEA supported this nomination but vigorously opposed inaccuracies in the document and this restrictive land management language at all levels of the nomination review process. CEA attended the local review held at San Diego County offices and the California State Historic Preservation Office meeting held in Beverly Hills. The village site is located along both sides of the Stonewall Mine access road with Los Caballos Horse Camp located on the south east corner of the village.
Nomination

Artifacts

PEDRO FAGES RE-ENACTMENT RIDE

Sunday, August 17th, 2008


PEDRO FAGES RE-ENACTMENT RIDE

Commemorating the 75th Anniversary of Cuyamaca Rancho State Park

Los Vaqueros Group Horse Camp

September 26-28, 2007

Corrals SOLD OUT!

Dinner and Breakfast only still available

Los Vaqueros group campground is site of the Cuyamaca Rancho State Parks 75th Anniversary celebration equestrian event. Map to Los Vaqueros Group Equestrian Campground. Great place for group camping and still an awesome place to ride!

CorralsAreas for tent campingAwesome Restroom

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Los Coyotes Pictures

Monday, July 16th, 2007

Last weekend Robin and Ernie Smith drove through the Los Coyote Indian Reservation and snapped a few pictures of the campground. Plenty of space for all, large trees in the campground and surrounding area, deer, turkey, free range cattle. The rustic campground does have some picnic tables and free standing BBQ pedestals. But do bring your own folding tables and chairs!

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Beautiful trees

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Lot’s of area for highlines

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Large oaks to tall pines

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Running of the bulls!!!