Join Us - This invitation is extended in multiple ways. Be part of our team, or send your financial support to help preserve our history and expand our programming. Or, stage your own event in our beautiful, steeped-in-history setting.

become a member

Becoming a member of The Campo has its privileges.


You will be first to know about our goings on, and given priority reserved seating at our events with your RSVP.
You will receive a 10% discount on our Campo souvenir and gift items.
You will receive a free drink at our Reenactment Event.
You will have on-site use of our library materials.
You will receive a private guided tour of our site for yourself and your group with reservations.

Annual Membership Dues:
Individual $25
Couple $35
Student/Teacher $10
Organization $35
Professional/Corp. $100
Life Membership $250


Make checks payable to The Campo de Caheunga or use the Paypal link below:


Help us make our site’s history relevant to all.


You can help excite local school children, tourists or any who are learning about us for the first time. We welcome help with our events in many capacities, and with outreach, hosting and docent tours, grounds beautification, library and research and other special projects.


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book the campo

Our historic, romantic, convenient and accessible location may be the perfect site for your next private party, event or meeting.


Contact us about availability, rental fees and all the particulars.


We also offer rentals of our parking area and the site for filming projects.


Inquiries, contact

Our Officers and Board of Directors serve at the pleasure of our membership. We bring a broad range of experience and skills to the table as a “Working Board”, in conjunction and cooperation with the Los Angeles Dept. of Recreation and Parks.

Guy Weddington McCreary, Chairman of the Board
Past President Member Manager Weddington Golf & Tennis, LLC, Past President and Current Advisor Universal City North Hollywood Chamber, Past President North Hollywood Kiwanis, North Hollywood Jaycees, Chair Save Amelia Earhart Statue Committee


Deuk Perrin, President
Retired Los Angeles City Planner, member of the Simi Valley General Plan Committee, member of the Tarzana Business Improvement District, Native Sons of the Golden West


Richard Bogy, Vice President
Sr. Managing Partner, The Bogy Company – Insurance Brokers. Activist for the preservation and enhancement of the Toluca Lake community. Immediate past president of the Toluca Lake Chamber of Commerce


Beth Perrin, Secretary
Native Californian, Past Grand President of the Native Daughters of the Golden West and member of the Tarzana Business Improvement District


Diane McCreary, Treasurer
Retired Bank Officer, Director Toluca Lake Chamber, Director Universal City North Hollywood Chamber, Secretary North Hollywood Kiwanis, Treasurer Save Amelia Earhart Statue Committee


Miles S. Knudsen
BA History, MBA. Co-owner Knudsen Design Studio.
Former Director Financial Planning, CBS Television Network


Jeff Pirtle
Manager, Archives & Collections

Board of Directors:

Cary Adams
Life resident of North Hollywood, retired LAUSD social studies teacher, past secretary and president of the Mid-Town North Hollywood Neighborhood Council, member LAPD Community-Police Advisory Board of North Hollywood. Graduate of Cal State Northridge.


Connie Elliot
B.S. – University of California at Berkeley
Studio City Residents Association


Gerald R. Fecht Ph.D.
Founder and Past President of The Museum of the San Fernando Valley
Retired professor of history and humanities Moorpark College


Joe Feeney
Member Huntington Westerners. Graduate St. Mary’s College, CA.MA, L.S.U. Past VP, Baton Rouge Civil War Round Table


Phyllis Hansen
Freelance writer/author/creative director/artist. Former retail advertising executive. Serves on Board of Directors of The Museum of the San Fernando Valley and the San Fernando Valley Historical Society.


Robert Lisenby
Retired from career with the City of Los Angeles. Science/technology/history buff, museum docent.


Mary Waddington-Merritt
Director San Fernando Valley District California Garden Clubs, Inc. Chair, Native Gardens and Blue Star Memorial Marker at Campo


Michael C. Murphy Esq.
Attorney at Law


Herbert W. Pencille
Retired from private enterprise; former President of Structural Pest Control Board. Former Chairman (Chief) of Chemehuevi Indian Tribe. Past President, Universal City/North Hollywood Chamber


Jessica Taylor
Archivist, NBCUniversal. Masters in Public History, emphasis on historical preservation, archives and museum curation.


Alfred Tutungi
Sr. Rec. Dir. II, North Hollywood Park/ Campo de Cahuenga. With the department in various capacities for 22 years


Darnell Tyler
Director, Real Estate Planning and Community Relations


John Watkins
Retired executive Jorgensen’s Steel Co. Board member, 6 Inner City Catholic schools with youth at risk. Member Los Angeles and Huntington Westerners Corrals, Friends of the Rancho San Pedro, Advisory Board Pasadena Museum of History