Veterans memorials

California Wildland Firefighter Memorial
California Wildland Firefighter Memorial in Lake Elsinore, California

Lake Elsinore, California
Ortega Hwy and South Main Divide Rd.
GPS coordinates: 33.65169,-117.40821

Take a photo of your rally flag and motorcycle with the above image.*

This fine memorial is a tribute to firefighters that have paid the ultimate sacrifice fighting wildland fires in the state of Califorina. Conception came about in 1995 when a group of retirees, fire survivors, CAL FIRE and USDA Forest Service sought to repair and replace missing markers from the Decker Fire of 1959. This fire killed 6 firefighters within the Santa Ana Mountains above Lake Elsinore.

The memorial is located along Ortega Hwy between Elsinore and San Juan Capistrano, a stretch of road with mornings geared toward the sport bike crowd and cruisers later in the day.

Just a short ride east of the memorial you will find the Lookout Roadhouse, fine food, biker friendly, and a great view of Lake Elsinore. Great place for a break. If you are a camper there are some pretty good places to set up a tent in this area.

Memorial site is available 24/7.

*If motorcycle, rally flag and above image can't be in the same photo, submit two photos: one with rally flag and above image, and another with rally flag and motorcycle nearby. If the site is CLOSED or inaccessible, submit a photo with rally flag and motorcycle nearby, along with an explanation.

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