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#1005:  Site of Santa Rosa Rancho

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Location:

22115 Tenaja Rd, intersection Clinton Keith Rd and Tenaja Rd, Murieta

33.511492,-117.270563

 

 

Plaque:

Private Plaque

Notes:

From the intersection above, you can hike the 1-2 miles to the Rancho. Park limited to operating hours of sunrise to sunset.


From the Guidebook:

Located on the Santa Rosa Plateau Preserve, the historical site of the Santa Rosa Rancho is a prime example of various historical phases of cattle ranching in Southern California. Archeological evidence gathered from the site indicates that various bands of Luiseño Indians established village and religious sites on the land. No other historic rancho site in Southern California retains so much of its original setting undisturbed.


From the Plaque:

Rancho Santa Rosa. 47,815.1 acres. Granted by Governor Pio Pico to Juan Moreno, January 30, 1846 and patented to him by the United States, October 10, 1872. Dedicated by Platrix Chapter E Clampus Vitus October 6, 1968.



2009 David Schmitt