Anza Trail Blog

Tag = San Francisco County

A Beautiful Arrival Ceremony at the Presidio of San Francisco, June 25, 2016

Tagged as:   California , Culture , Hispanic heritage , Mexico , San Francisco County , Volunteers , history , living history , women , youth

Every year descendants of the original families of the second Juan Bautista de Anza Expedition, through their group Los Californianos, return to… Read more »

They Must Have Been Pretty Tough...

Tagged as:   San Francisco County , history , youth

Bay Area native Noble Henderson is researching the Anza Trail in order to earn a Boy Scouts National Historic Trails Award. He… Read more »

California Historical Society’s Exhibit Pays Tribute to Californios and Juana Briones

Tagged as:   San Francisco County , Santa Clara County , history , women

A new exhibit at the California Historical Society (CHS) celebrates a Californio woman, Juana de la Trinidad Briones y Tapia de Miranda,… Read more »

Presidio of San Francisco Unveils Anza Trail Improvements

Tagged as:   Historic Sites , Recreation Trail , San Francisco County , hiking

The Presidio of San Francisco is a major landmark along the 1,200-mile Juan Bautista de Anza National Historic Trail. It was here… Read more »

Restoring Healthy Wetlands Along the Anza Trail

Tagged as:   Arizona , California , Historic Sites , Nature , San Francisco County , Santa Cruz County

The Anza Trail is bookended by a lake and a wetland. Symbols of life and sustenance, they served as the southernmost and… Read more »