Please visit our partner site, www.AnzaHistoricTrail.org, for a dynamic, customizable map of the 1,200-mile Anza Trail corridor in the U.S.
This online Anza Trail experience is a partnership of the Juan Bautista de Anza National Historic Trail and the Anza Trail Foundation.
Printed maps are availabie in brochure form. Visit the Brochures page to see available maps.
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...