San Lorenzo, CA Summer Camps

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Camp Galileo
Oakland, CA 94607  
Academics, Arts and Crafts, Computer
 
 
Galileo Summer Quest
Oakland, CA 94607  
Academics, Arts and Crafts, Computer
 
 
Park'n It Day Camp
Oakland, CA 94605  
Field Trips, Fishing, Recreational Swimming
 
 
Peninsula Jewish Community Center
Foster City, CA 94404  
Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor
 
 
Adventures On Horseback - Improve Your Riding
Union City, CA  
Sports Camps: Equestrian and Horseback
 

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About San Lorenzo, CA

San Lorenzo , also known as San Lorenzo Village is a census-designated place in Alameda County, California, United States. The population was 23,452 at the 2010 census. San Lorenzo is located on the route of El Camino Viejo on the land of the former Rancho San Lorenzo a Mexican land grant given to Guillermo Castro in 1841. Early residents during the California Gold Rush era lived here as squatters on the Rancho San Lorenzo, and the informal name given to the area was Squattersville. The first post office opened in San Lorenzo in 1854. Many of the early inhabitants have been laid to rest in San Lorenzo Pioneer Cemetery, including Moses Wicks, who brought oysters to San Leandro Bay from Patchogue, Long Island. . The cemetery is maintained by the county and the Hayward Area Historical Society. San Lorenzo was mostly farmland, a significant center of production of fruit and flowers, from the mid-19th century to the mid-20th century. In 1944, under contract to the U.S. Navy, David Bohannon's Greenwood Company began construction of San Lorenzo Village, a tract of two- and three-bedroom homes for workers in the East Bay's war industries. San Lorenzo Village was one of the nation's first planned communities, with parcels designated for schools, churches, parks, and several retail centers. Bohannon's pioneering pre-cutting techniques, referred to as the "California method," were used...