Fullerton, CA Summer Camps

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Camp Titan Of Associated Students
Fullerton, CA 92831  
Camp Type:
Residential Camp
Activities:
Aquatic Activities, Archery, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses, Horseback Riding (English), Horseback Riding (Western)
Gender:
Coed
 
 
Camp Titan Of Associated Stude
Fullerton, CA 92831  
Gender:
Coed
Activities:
Aquatic Activities, Archery, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses, Horseback Riding (English), Horseback Riding (Western)
Camp Type:
Residential Camp
 
 
Nike Golf Schools And Junior Camps, Coyote Hills Golf Course
Fullerton, CA  

Treat yourself to majestic views of Southern California at Coyote Hills Golf Course. The Nike Golf Camp staff is ready to offer you an unforgettable camp experience....

Camp Type:
Day Camp
 
 
Air Combat Usa
Fullerton, CA  
Camp Type:
Residential Camp
Activities:
Academic and Pre-College Camps: Aviation
Gender:
Coed
 
 
Camp Titan Of Associated Students Csuf
Fullerton, CA  
Camp Type:
Residential Camp
Activities:
Traditional Camps
Gender:
Coed
 

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About Fullerton, CA

Fullerton is a city located in northern Orange County, California. As of the 2010 census, the city had a total population of 135,161.

Early history

Evidence of prehistoric animal habitation, such as saber-toothed cats and mammoths, is present in Ralph B. Clark Regional Park in the northwest of the city. Europeans first passed through the area in 1769 when Gaspar de Portolà led an expedition north to establish Mission San Gabriel Arcangel, after whom the local American Indian population were dubbed the Gabrieliños. The land later became part of Rancho San Juan Cajón de Santa Ana, granted to Juan Pacifico Ontiveros, a Spanish soldier. Ontiveros began to sell parcels of the Rancho to migrant Americans settling and developing California in the aftermath of the 1849 Gold Rush, including Massachusetts native Abel Stearns. In the 1860s, Stearns sold in turn to Domingo Bastanchury, a Basque shepherd. In 1886 while in the area on a duck hunting vacation, Malden brothers George and Edward Amerige, heard rumors that the California Central Railroad, a subsidiary of the Santa Fe Railway, was looking for land. Sensing opportunity, they arranged to buy 430 acres north of Anaheim for approximately $68,000. They then began negotiations with George H. Fullerton, president of the Pacific Land and Improvement Company, also a Santa Fe subsidiary. They offered free right-of-way and half interest in the land to the railroad...