The small town of Campo sits on highway 94 about an hour east of San Diego and about 2 miles north of the Mexico border. It is located in the Laguna Mountains and has an elevation of 2,620 feet.
Known primarily for being a railroad town and a stop on the Southern Pacific Railroad, Campo is home to the Pacific Southwest Railway Museum. Just south of Campo lies the southern end of the Pacific Crest Trail, a hiking and horseback trail, which stretches 2,650 miles north to Canada.
Campo's population of 2,684 people reside on just over 23 square miles. The largest employer in the area is the U.S. Department of Hometown Security Border Patrol. The town has it's own elementary school that serves students through the 8th grade. High school students attend Mountain Empire High School in neighboring Pine Valley, about 25 minutes north.
Campo offers wonderful real estate properties at affordable prices. Consider buying a home in Campo and enjoying a small town environment!
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