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Fort Tejon State Historic Park

Overview
Fort Tejon was established in 1854 to protect and control the Indians who were living on the Sebastian Indian Reservation, and to protect both the Indians and white settlers from raids by other Indian groups. Restored adobes from the original fort and the park’s museum provide exhibits on army life and local history. Located near the top of Grapevine Canyon, via the Fort Tejon exit off I-5, the park may be reached at 661-248-6692.

Picnic Area
Picnic Areas. An accessible picnic table is near the park office and a generally accessible restroom is nearby. Designated accessible parking is also nearby, but assistance may be required on the path of travel to the office.

Exhibits/Programs
Museum/office. This structure is generally accessible. Historic Structures/Interpretive Trail. Most of the historic structures are rarely open to the public. Interpretive trail exhibits on generally accessible paths of travel provide interpretive access for all.


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For more information: access@parks.ca.gov | Phone: (916) 445-8949 | Fax: (916) 449-8966
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