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For thousands of years, our site was home to the Cahuilla Indians, who left behind substantial archeologically significant evidence of their presence.  We have taken steps to protect these sites and the Cahuilla legacy, living in harmony with the natural world surrounding us.  In the 1880s the land was annexed by the US Government, and later sold as homesteads.  In the early 1900s, John Keen (Keen Camp Summit) bought the property developed it into a camp.  Eventually his family built a…

For thousands of years, our site was home to the Cahuilla Indians, who left behind substantial archeologically significant evidence of their presence. We have taken steps to protect these sites and the Cahuilla legacy, living in harmony with the natural world surrounding us. In the 1880s the land was annexed by the US Government, and later sold as homesteads. In the early 1900s, John Keen (Keen Camp Summit) bought the property developed it into a camp. Eventually his family built a…

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