A group of local historical societies and history fans have joined forces to rebuild the landmark stone monument that stood at the entrance to Camp Cajon, the historic "Gateway to Southern California" built in 1919 by William Marion Bristol of East Highland.
The July 4, Camp Cajon Monument Dedication Celebration will be a patriotic commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the old Cajon Pass rest stop on historic Route 66. There will be a dedication of the reconstructed Camp Cajon Monument, and the program will feature guest speakers, a live band, and refreshments. 10 a.m.– 1 p.m. End of Wagon Train Road, near the junction of Interstate 15 and Highway 138.
Please plan to attend and bring your family and friends.
Everyone is welcome.
For more information on THE PROJECT TO REBUILD THE CAMP CAJON MONUMENT visit the Camp Cajon Facebook page: Camp Cajon