- This trail traces the path of a party of Spanish colonists, led by Col. Juan Bautista de Anza, who in 1776 sought to establish an overland route from Mexico to California.
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Number of People Encountered: 50+ ppl Recommend to a Friend: Highly Report: This trail goes along the side of a freeway that doesn't have a sidewalk! I first noticed the signs in early October 2002 to the side of the freeway (State Highway 237). I'm checking the trail out on the internet to see what it is all about.
Juan Bautista de Anza National Historic Trail, c/o Pacific West Regional Office, 1111 Jackson Street #700
, Oakland, CA, 94607, Phone: 510-817-1438, Fax: 510-817-1505
Additional Information: California National Forests & Parks
- California's National Parks, Monuments and Forests cover lands from the Pacific Ocean to the crest of the Sierra Nevada Mountains.