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San Pasqual Battlefield State Historic Park is a California State Park commemorating the soldiers who fought in the 1846 Battle of San Pasqual, the bloodiest battle in California during the Mexican-American War.[1]

The 50 acre park is next to the San Diego Wild Animal Park, at San Pasqual Valley Road, south of Escondido, California on Highway 78 in San Diego County.[1]

The park is open only on weekends, and features a visitor center with displays about the cultural history of the San Pasqual Valley, and exhibits and a movie about the battle.[2] Living history presentations are held at the park, with volunteers from the San Pasqual Battlefield Volunteer Association.

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Coordinates: 33°05′10″N 116°59′24″W / 33.08611°N 116.99°W / 33.08611; -116.99

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