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Here are some handy links for viewing what's happening around East County and San Diego's eastern region.  We've updated to include new cams at many communities and scenic vistas, as well as live traffic views countywide to assist commuters. We've also included links to cool photos of the cosmos taken from Palomar Observatory and a live "elephant cam" at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park in San Pasqual.

Note: some webcams show live videos, others update periodically with still shots, and others are viewable only during daylight hours.

 If you know of a webcam in San Diego's eastern region (east of I-15) that we should include, please send us the link!


SDG&E fire-watch cameras:

Cal-Trans: San Diego County highways' live videos:

Multiple cameras along highway 5
Multiple cameras along highway 8
Multiple cameras along highway 15
Multiple cameras along highway 805




Borrego Springs:


Cams with Adobe Flash real-time panel:

All 4-cams tiled:


Cuyamaca Mountains/Descanso


Downtowon Julian:


California Wolf Center, Julian


Escondido street scene:


Fallbrook (Red Mountain):


Jamul area (Lyons Peak):

Julian area (North Peak):

Julian cabin (overlooks Lake Cuyamaca):

California Wolf Center (Julian):


Laguna Mountain:  or

Mesa Grande:


Mount Woodson:


Mount Palomar webcam:

Palomar Observatory Hale telescope webcam:

Ramona (CDF Firefighters air attack base):


San Pasqual (San Diego Zoo Safari Park elephant cam):


San Diego and Southern California webcams (many links):


U.S. Geological Surveys' live videos:


Santa Margarita River, Fallbrook


San Luis Rey River at Cole Grade Road near Pauma


San Luis Rey River at Valley Center Road near Pauma

Webcams operated by UCSD around San Diego County:

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