19th ANNUAL MANZANITA HIGH MOUNTAIN RENDEZVOUS
AND LIVING HISTORY DEMONSTRATIONS
MAY 3rd – MAY 13th, 2012
Fun for the whole family! Step back in time and visit a high mountain encampment. Meet colorful characters in costumes from the period spanning the French and Indian War, the North American fur trade era to the California Gold Rush, 1700-1850.
See history come alive and see demonstrations of primitive skills, tipis, and period tents, archery, tomahawk and knife throwing, target shooting, trade goods and clothing.
Day visitors are welcome Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday; May 3rd through
May 6th. And again Thursday, Friday and Saturday; May 10th through May 12th.
Closed to the public on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. No visitors please on Sunday, May 13th.
Gate is open from 8am to 6pm.
Admission is $4.00 per person. Ages 10 and under free. Military free with ID. Scouts in uniform are free. Please leave pets at home. OK to bring your own water and picnic lunch. Visitors may not participate in events. Must be out of camp before gate closes.
From I-8, take Buckman Springs Road south for 3.25 miles. Go right on Corral Canyon Road for 1.5 miles. Turn left and go to the North Shore of Lake Morena.
For more info visit http://manzanita.homestead.com