What does CAMPO stand for?
What does CAMPO mean? This page is about the various possible meanings of the acronym, abbreviation, shorthand or slang term: CAMPO.
What does CAMPO mean?
- Campo is a census-designated place located in the Mountain Empire area of southeastern San Diego County, California. The population was 2,684 at the 2010 census. This article also describes the smaller community of Cameron Corners, about 1 mile south and the village of Lake Morena which is the northern part of Campo. Both communities use postal addresses in Campo. The town is approximately 2,620 feet above mean sea level. Nearby towns include Boulevard, Potrero, Tecate, Dulzura, Jacumba, Pine Valley, Mount Laguna, Descanso, and Jamul. Campo is the home of three museums: The Pacific Southwest Railway Museum, the Motor Transport Museum and the Gaskill Brothers Stone Store. The town is along the line of the former Southern Pacific, while passenger operations are operated by the Pacific Southwest Railway Museum. The Railroad Museum shows an address of 750 Depot Street and is located near 32°36′50″N 116°28′19″W / 32.61389°N 116.47194°W. 31577 State Route 94: a CDF fire station is located here. The 1998 Cameron Corners, California 7.5-minute quadrangle plots the station near Dewey Place and SR98. A Southern California Automobile Association map, believed to be circa 1910-1930, shows a business named "Dewey Store" in Cameron Corners. The business is plotted on the north side of SR98 just east of County Road S1. This may be a variant name of Dewey Place.²