Las Lagunas de Anza Interpretive Site

A cluster of cacti with red fruits in the foreground frame a welcome sign set in adobe.
This site marks a historic campsite of the expedition. A passport stamp is located here as well.

Santa Fe Ranch Foundation, Las Lagunas de Anza

Quick Facts
Las Lagunas de Anza Interpretive Site
Anza Expedition Historic Campsite #13
Juan Bautista de Anza NHT Certified Interpretive Site

Historical/Interpretive Information/Exhibits, Picnic Shelter/Pavilion, Trailhead

Las Lagunas de Anza Wetlands is an Anza Trail Certified Interpretive Site and marks Historic Campsite #13 of the 1775-76 Anza Expedition. The site offers a short trail, interpretive waysides, a bird watching blind, ramada structures, a shrine for la Virgin de Guadalupe, and is an NPS Passport Stamp location. The site is managed by Santa Fe Ranch Foundation and the Las Lagunas de Anza outreach group.

You will find the Passport box behind the large Virgin de Guadalupe shrine just before you go down to the marsh on the Willow Trail.

Juan Bautista de Anza National Historic Trail

Last updated: March 20, 2024