Fort Tejon State Historical park, Lebec
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Fort Tejon State Historical park is located in Lebec. Plan your visit to Fort Tejon State Historical park and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Lebec vacation route planner.
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Stopped by while driving with the family to see a piece of California history. Not a lot of buildings to see but was nice to see how people lived before. My daughter enjoyed it and on the 1st Saturday... read more »
We stopped here to break our journey from Paso Robles to L.A I found the history quite interesting and the set-up of displays very nice. Small, so didn't take long to walk through.
We went to Fort Tejon State Historic Park. It is located along the Grapeline region and is reachable using highway 5. The fort was active from 1854 to 1864. The fort was used to protect those who were... read more »
Very accessible and great parking. Very well kept and full of rich history with well preserved buildings. The museum houses a very nice collection of era specific artifacts. Best of all: it is usually not crowed!
Nicely updated historic site. Uniforms, weapons, every day implements in a restored "fort" with no real fortifications. Shows how they lived so many years ago. Undergoing updates and it will be even better!
Beautiful historic site with some preserved buildings. It costs $3 to enter the park however it is free to visit the mini museum at the entrance and also to use the bathrooms.
A unique piece of early California history. As an amateur historian. antique buff, and one who enjoys getting out in the country, Fort Tejon is one of my favorite day trip destinations. The historic buildings, artifacts, and beautiful setting make this a wonderful family outing. My whole family loves it. Be sure to deposit the requested "honor system" entry fee--this park cannot operate on nothing!
This grabbed my attention while driving on I5. I imagined a fort with tall walls and huge door to enter the fort :) I have been seeing larger stoner built, with huge doors, hundreds of steps and surrounded by villages in India so this was not that exciting. Maybe this is 1 time visit for half a day.
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