American Heritage Girls Southern California Regional Summer Camp

Palomar Christian Conference Center
July 1-7, 2017 (Tentative)
Tenderhearts (entering grade 2 or 3)
Explorers
Pioneers
Patriots
Registered Adults

Summer Camp 2017

AHG held its seventh regional summer camp in Southern California at Palomar Christian Conference Center. Attendance was 101 including 72 girls (8 TH; 27 Exp; 20 Pi; 17 Pa) and 29 adults (25 women; 4 men).

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2018 AHG So Cal Regional Summer Camp Information

July 1-7, 2018 (Tentative)

For Tenderhearts entering grade 2 or 3, Explorers, Pioneers, Patriots, and Registered Adults

Palomar Driving Information

Be sure to follow the written directions. Do not use a GPS or Google Maps to get to the camp with the address. Use the customized Google maps link above.

Palomar is a very isolated and there are NO gasoline stations nearby. Make sure you fill up before you come up the mountain. If you are coming through Escondido, the last place to buy gas is in Rincon. If you are coming from the North, the last place will be in Pala.

If you are using a GPS to find us, make sure it does not direct you onto Nate Harrison Grade. State Road S-6 is the safest route to PCCC. If you end up on a gravel road, turn around and backtrack to the last turn-off.

From the I-15 (or I-5), take highway 76 East to the S-6 (South Grade). Take the S-6 North for 7 miles to where it intersects with the S-7 and turn left, then left again onto State Park Road. Head west approximately 3 miles. You will then enter Palomar Mountain State Park where the posted speed is 15 mph. Follow the signs for Christian Conference Center. Be mindful of the posted speed and stop sign at the entry station. Be cautious of any park visitors walking along the roadway and of course any wildlife that may cross the roadway at any given time.

Please note that the conference center guests are NOT required to pay the entrance fee to drive through the park, however, you are required to pay day use parking fees when utilizing the park. Conference Center guests are also not allowed to post any directional or event signage in the park.