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The Panama Mounts at Bolsa Chica State Beach
 

If you look carefully as you walk along the trails of the Bolsa Chica wetlands reserve in Huntington beach, you might stumble across the two large concrete Panama style mounts for two of Fort MacArthur's southern most batteries.
 
The area has been fenced because of a re-vegetation program in the area. The reader board in the background presents information about the gun mounts.
 
For more information about the restoration and interpretation programs at this location, the Bolsa Chica Stewards meet the 2nd Saturday of each month at the trailer across from the fire station at Pacific Coast Highway and Warner. Call (714) 969-7229


The Bolsa Chica Stewards are not affiliated with the
Fort MacArthur Museum Association
 

 


 

Additional Projects

     Fort MacArthur K9 Cemetery

     Hey Rookie (Gaffey Street) Pool
     Upper Reservation Barracks Structures
    
Incredible Shrinking National Register Site
    
Whites Point Preservation
     Fire Control Stations Preservation
     Bolsa Chica Beach Panama Mounts


Map of the Bolsa Chica 155mm gun mounts
from the Army Corps of Engineers


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