“A haunted campground in the Southern California desert”
At Vallecito, the perfect oasis of "little valley," as its Spanish name is translated, has been preserved as a 71-acre county park built around a reconstruction of the historic Butterfield Stage Station. Vallecito has been a campsite for literally hundreds of years, beginning first with the native Kumeyaay Indians. Vallecito is a quiet alternative to some of the busier desert campgrounds. One of its attractions is the weather, which averages about 10 degrees cooler than nearby Agua Caliente. In the spring, wildflowers are abundant.
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Vallecito County Park
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Good for hiking and stargazing.
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- 40 ft
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