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Colonel Allensworth State Historic Park

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  • Tent Sites
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For Campers

  • ADA Access
  • Trash
  • Picnic Table
  • Phone Service
  • Reservable
  • Drinking Water
  • Toilets
  • Alcohol
  • Pets
  • Fires

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  • Sanitary Dump
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  • Big Rig Friendly

Reviews

3 Reviews of Colonel Allensworth State Historic Park

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Meg R.
Reviewed Dec. 5, 2020

A quaint stopover

I spent two nights at the campground and would gladly stop by again if I find myself in that corner of the valley. I visited in the last days of November, and imagine there is more activity in other seasons.

I enjoyed riding my bike around the historic town. The infestation of ground squirrels…

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Corinna B.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jul. 1, 2018

Weird. Awesome. Historic. Awesome.

The "Town"

In 1908, former slave Colonel Allen Allensworth and four other African Americans founded the town of Allensworth in the San Joaquin Valley of California. According to wikipedia, it is "the only California town to be founded, financed and governed by African Americans." At its…

  • Colonel Allensworth State Historic Park, California.
  • One of the historic buildings in Colonel Allensworth State Historic Park.
  • Tulare County Free Library historic building.
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Month of VisitJuly

Location

Colonel Allensworth State Historic Park is located in California

Directions

From I-5 take 99 North; 30-miles past Bakersfield, Exit at Pond Road and keep going west aprox. 7 miles to State Highway 43. From there, go right (on Highway 43)for about 8-miles to Palmer Avenue. Make a left over the railroad tracks then turn right to enter the park. Directions (From Northern California) From State Highway 99 take the Alpaugh exit in Earlimart; turn right on County Road J22 (Sierra Way) go approx. 7 miles to State Highway 43. From there, go left 2 miles to Palmer Avenue. Make a right over the railroad tracks then turn right to enter the park.

Address

4011 Grant Drive
Earlimart, CA 93219

Coordinates

35.86645514 N
119.39211536 W

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