Alternatives by County
County Maps and Plans
These files are from the Anza Trail 1996 Comprehensive Management and Use Plan Appendix C. The documents include county maps and information within each county such as the historic route, federal components, historic sites, high potential route segments, interpretive sites, recreational trail opportunities, recommended marked auto route, agency-organization coordination, and the points of interest. The list below is organized from south to north as the trail passes through each county from Nogales, Arizona to the San Francisco Bay Area, California. Appendix C: Alternatives by County (introduction)
Did You Know?
In 1774, Spaniard Juan Bautista de Anza met Chief Palma of the Quechan (pronounced khet-chan) tribe and they became friends. When Anza returned a year later with more than 240 settlers bound for California, Palma gave Anza 6000 watermelons. The Quechan people still grow these watermelons today. More...