WW II Bunkers, Otay Mountain Trail, Jamul, CA
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member Poehunters
N 32° 35.670 W 116° 50.680
11S E 514576 N 3606345
Quick Description: During WWII, the US built gun emplacements, lookouts and bunkers along Otay Truck Trail in anticipation of a Japanese invasion.
Location: California, United States
Date Posted: 7/7/2013 5:38:58 PM
Waymark Code: WMHG41
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member pa3ems
Views: 9

Long Description:
Today this is public land, so no trespassing is involved. Most of it is BLM owned, part of the Otay National Cooperative Land and Wildlife Mgt Area. Aside from the bunker, the mountain affords some incredible views, and is home to the Tecate Cypress, roadrunners--beep, beep--horned lizards, the border patrol, and undocumented migrants. There is also an abandoned homestead along the route with a windmill, wooden outhouse, foundations, and a small pond.
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Admission Fee: 0

Opening Days/Times:
24/7


Supplementary Related Website: Not listed

Visit Instructions:
Posting a picture(s) of the location would be nice although not required.
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