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February 16,2015 (Vallecitos) – Take a trip back in time to life on the 1860s frontier during Vallecito Day on March 28th from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Vallecito County Park.  Visit pioneer men and women in period attire,  join in activities of the era, and learn about the roles of cattle drives and cattle ranching played on the Southern Overland Trail.  Witness the arrival of trail riders on horseback, visit a mountain man camp, see cattl ranching demonstrations, and hear historic talks.

You can also experience frontier equipment, firearms, and homestead crafts.  Visitors are welcome to dress in 1850s or 1860s attire.

Be sure to bring a picnic lunch, since there is no food at the site. This event is family friendly and open to all ages.  Vallecito County Park is located at 37349 County Route S-2 (Mile Marker 34-35) in Vallecito Valley, CA 92036.  For more information, call 760-765-●1188 or visit


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