Frazier Park Travel Guide

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    by Yaqui Updated Jul 11, 2010

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    The plaque reads:
    El Camino Viejo (the old highway) began as an inland trial prior to 1800. It was originally a refugee route running between present day San Pedro in South California to the east oakland area in the north. It was used by Indians, trappers, packers, prospectors, and settlers. Cattle and horses herds were also driven over it. In later years it became a wagon road.
    Dedicated by the Kern County Historical Society
    Kern County Museum
    E Clampus Vitus
    Peter Lebec Chapter 1866
    1978

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    The plaque reads:
    This 1920's gas station is a replica of one that would had been located along the Ridge Route> In the 1920's the cost per gallon of gasoline would have been 10 cents. The attendant would hand pump the gasoline into the glass cylinder on the top of the pump and gravity feed the desire amount into the vehicle.

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    The plaque reads: Built in 1861, this was the original log cabin of John Cuddy (local pioneer). In 1865, John brought his young family to live in this cabin, while he built a larger cabin, which is still occupied today. Donated to the museum in 2006, each log was numbered and the cabin dismantled and moved from Cuddy Valley to the museum.

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    We stopped here for lunch and was not disappointed. We all enjoyed our meals. They gave you plenty and you got your monies worth. The service was very friendly and the place was clean. Not a fancy place by far, but comfortable. It is a very small place, so if you see a lot of cars in front its probably busy. They had some very nice historical pictures on the wall of local areas and buildings.

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    by GracesTrips Updated Nov 14, 2008

    We had a late breakfast here. We originally traveled here to collect pine nuts but had no luck in finding the trees. Also, November is a little late in the season to be doing this. October is ideal. Pine nuts from the Pinos trees can only be collected in certain regions of the US. Mostly, in California, New Mexico, Arizona (I think) and Colorado.

    The restaurant is a comfy, typical neighborhood restaurant. Coffee is so-so. The food was good.

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    by KoreanBeauty Written Oct 4, 2002

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    Take the Interstate 5 Highway North. Exit Frazier Park. Left on Frazier Mountain exit. Make right on Mil Potrero Road. approx. 10 minutes on Mil Potrero road, you come to the PMC town.

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