• Anza Trail

    Juan Bautista de Anza

    National Historic Trail AZ,CA

NPS Passport Stamps


Collect all the Juan Bautista de Anza NHT stamps for your Passport to Your National Parks book.

Site-specific Anza Trail stamps are located at these points along the trail:

(download the list below as a PDF)

1. Alamos, Sonora
Museum of Sonoran History


2. Nogales
Las Lagunas de Anza (privately-managed wetland preserve)

3. Tumacácori
Tumacácori National Historical Park

4. Tubac
Tubac Presidio State Historic Park

5. Tucson
El Presidio de Tucson

6. Tucson
Saguaro National Park West - Tucson Mountains District Visitor Center

7. Tucson
Saguaro National Park East - Rincon Mountain District Visitor Center

8. Picacho
Picacho Peak State Park

9. Casa Grande
Casa Grande Ruins National Monument

10. Gila Bend
Sonoran Desert National Monument

11. Gila Bend
Gila Bend Museum
(both Gila Bend stampers located at the Gila Bend Visitor Center, 644 W. Pima St., 928-683-2255)

12. Yuma
Yuma Crossing National Heritage Area


13. Borrego Springs
Anza-Borrego Desert State Park

14. San Gabriel
Mission San Gabriel (in the gift shop and museum)

15. Los Angeles
El Pueblo de Los Angeles Monument (National Park Service outreach station in the Quon Building)

16. Los Angeles
Griffith Park (Ranger Station/Visitor Center)

17. Calabasas
Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area (Anthony C. Beilenson Interagency Visitor Center)

18. Ventura
Channel Islands National Park

19. Santa Barbara
El Presidio de Santa Bárbara

20. Amtrak Coast Starlight
Available seasonally from Anza Trail docents with the Trails & Rails Program on Amtrak Coast Starlight (Contact us to obtain the stamp off the train.)

21. San Luis Obispo
Mission San Luis Obispo gift shop

22. Jolon
Mission San Antonio

23. Monterey
Fort Ord National Monument (stamper planned/coming soon)

24. San Juan Bautista
San Juan Bautista State Historic Park

25. San Jose
Bernal-Gulnac-Joice Ranch (Santa Clara County Parks Department)

26. San Jose
Roberto Adobe & Suñol House
(NOTE: This museum is scheduled to open in 2015. Until that time, the stamper is with the California Pioneers of Santa Clara County. Contact.)

27. San Francisco
Mission Dolores
in the gift shop

28. San Francisco
Juan Bautista de Anza National Historic Trail Headquarters
333 Bush Street (call to schedule: 415-623-2344)

29. San Francisco
El Presidio de San Francisco

30. San Francisco
Fort Point National Monument

31. San Francisco
Golden Gate Bridge Vistor Center

32. Oakland
Peralta Hacienda

33. Martinez
John Muir National Historic Site (Anza Trail permanent exhibit)

Did You Know?

Anza by Bill Singleton, Pima Co. Copyright

Ever worry you'll be forgotten by history? Spaniard Juan Bautista de Anza almost was. In 1775 he led more than 240 colonists to California to found San Francisco. Spain lost California to Mexico, which lost it to the United States. Luckily, in the 1930s historian Herbert Bolton saved Anza from obscurity. More...