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San Pasqual Battlefield State Historic Park

15808 San Pasqual Valley Road
760-737-2201

San Pasqual Battlefield State Historic Park, east of Escondido, honors the soldiers who fought in the battle between the U.S. and Californio forces on December 6, 1846 in the midst of the Mexican-American War. Generals Stephen Kearny and Andres Pico both claimed victory. The battle was only one of the military encounters in California in the war, but it proved to be the bloodiest and most controversial as to the outcome. The park has been set aside, not as a monument to war, but as a reminder of the human ideals, actions and passions that can drive nations to bloodshed. 



Reviews

Ryan Gleim

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Tuesday, March 27, 2018
Really cool little museum. Very well done. Nice facilities. Very friendly staff. A great stop. They also have some good artifacts from the time, including cannons. Glad I stopped by.

john tsuji

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Sunday, June 17, 2018
Awesome place! Great docent, short hike. Very good local history lesson.

Rick Cook

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Monday, April 9, 2018
Great place to learn a little history and doesn't take much time to do it. Also some short trails that give you different views, which San Diego has so many of those . History is so important and the presentation is great here, especially on 1st Sunday of each month.

Marci Trussell

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Sunday, March 18, 2018
San Pasqual Valley is beautiful this time of year. The rain makes the hills green and the view from the trail behind the visitor center takes in the whole of the valley. The chaparral is healthy and growing, and there are usually many wild flowers along the trail.

Robert Jimenez

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Thursday, Dec. 28, 2017
The best thing about this place is that you can bring in your food. This place is dirty. A lil pricey on the tickets but the lady who helped me gave us a discount so that was really cool. Overall if you like hiking and nature and don't mind the manure smell it's a good time to take family

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