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Season for Peak Fees: 5/15 to 9/15

Fort Tejon State Historic Park is the site of a fort established by the U.S. Army in 1854. The post is one of the significant remaining links to the early American occupation period of California. The fort was designed to protect Native Americans living on the Sebastian Indian Reservation. There a restored adobes from the original fort and the park's museum features exhib on army life and local history. The park also has a number of beautiful 400 year-old valley oak trees. The site also has living history events held by volunteers in costume. Call the park for more information.

Check the State Parks website for additional information on the weather, suggested day hikes, or to see the park brochure, campground map, park photos, video, and more. Information available will vary from park to park.Click here

Park Kiosk Hours:

  • Hi Season: 8am-4:30pm
  • Lo Season: 8am-4:30pm

Services & Amenities:

Within Facility
  • Parking
  • Picnic Area
  • Restrooms
  • Visitors Center
Alerts and Important Information
Discount Pass must be presented at the time of check in.

Your DMV Disabled Placard/License Plate does not automatically give you a discount on your campsite. You will need to obtain a CA State park-issued Disabled Discount Pass (DDP) or Distinguished Veterans Pass (DVP).

  • Fees include entry for 1 vehicle and 1 legally towed vehicle or trailer, additional vehicles will be charged per night at the park.
  • Reservations available All Year
  • To book a Group site you must have at least NINE occupants

Getting There:

The park is 70 miles northwest of Los Angeles, near the top of Grapevine Canyon, via the Fort Tejon exit off I-5.

Contact Information:

Mailing Address:

PO BOX 895
LEBEC CA 93243

Phone Number:

Project Office:(661)248-6692