2018 Reenactment Sunday, Jan. 14

Our annual event honoring the 1847 signing of the Articles of Capitulation will take place on site from noon to 4 p.m.  In addition to the historic reenactment, we will have cannon-firing salutes, music, fiesta dancing and a new Arts & Crafts village and Reenactor's Camp. Come in period costume if you wish. Free parking will be in the Metro Lot adjacent to the Campo, but in a marked designated area only. Follow the signs as you

Our 2017 Annual Reenactment Event is Sunday, January 15

Our free celebration of the signing of the Peace Treaty in 1847 is happening once again, and all are welcome, in period costume if you wish! We will reenact the ceremonies that took place on this historic site, along with the fiesta dancing that followed. We'll have our traditional cannon firing and light refreshments along with a few new-to-the-event plans. See you there. It is family

Law Enforcement Torch Run Brings the Special Olympics World Games to the Campo Thursday, July 23

Campo de Cahuenga makes history once again as we welcome the "Flame of Hope" on its final leg to the Opening Ceremonies of the Special Olympics World Games.  Los Angeles Councilman Paul Krekorian and other dignitaries, celebrity characters (some very mini ones from across the street!), California fiesta dancers, music-makers and well wishers will all be on hand to welcome and celebrate the runners and their escorts on this historic occasion. Our gates will open

Our Annual Treaty-signing Re-enactment Event is Sunday, Jan. 11

Campo's signature event, the celebration of the signing of the Articles of Capitulation on January 13, 1847, will be commemorated this Sunday, Jan. 11. The peace treaty that became known as the Treaty of Cahuenga will be commemorated much like it was more than a century and a half ago, with a reenactment of the signing by Generals Andres Pico and John C. Fremont, followed by fiesta dancing by Carolina Russek dancers. This year they will be

New Pedestrian Bridge Project Across Lankershim

The Universal Pedestrian or “Lankershim Boulevard” proposed bridge across Lankershim Boulevard will connect the Universal City Metro Red Line Station and Plaza with property owned by Universal Studios. It will be located 21 feet from the Campo’s south adobe wall and provide an elevated view of the Campo grounds and museum building. It is to be constructed to touch three corners of the Lankershim-Campo de Cahuenga Way entrance to CityWalk and Universal Studios. Site One

Campo Sends Thanks

With the launch of our new site, Campo wishes to thank our neighbors, The Studio City Residents Assn., for their generous financial support. We would also like to give a shout-out to Digital Morrison for its web mastery. There has never been  a creative or technical challenge without a brilliant