ANZA – Anza Area Trail Town presents the 2018 National Trails Day Celebration Saturday, June 2, at Minor Park in Anza.
The celebration begins 8 a.m. with a fun and easy, 1.5-mile hike to the Hamilton Museum and back to the park. Registered walkers get a commemorative T-shirt by signing up no later than May 7. The Anza Color Guard, aka Soldados y Californios de So Cal, will demonstrate through living history re-enactments the story of Juan Bautista de Anza who traveled through Anza in 1775 and 1776 and after whom the trail and the community is named.
The goal of Anza Area Trail Town is to create a dedicated multi-use trail system through Anza with the De Anza trail to anchor the system. Throughout the day, guests can enjoy vendors featuring food, crafts, music and information on local trails and public lands.
The red school house in Minor Park is located at the corner of state Route 371 and Contreras Road. For more information, contact Anza Area Trail Town at email@example.com or Allison Renck at (951) 663-5452.