February 2021

Mailboxes in Campo Seco, CA

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3958 Campo Seco Rd

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Campo Seco, CA 95226

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8958 E Highway 12

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Lockeford, CA 95253

1540 W Lodi Ave

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Woodbridge, CA 95242

397 Main St

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Wilseyville, CA 95255

8331 Main St

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Mokelumne Hill, CA 95245

5234 F E Highway 4

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Murphys, CA 95233

1001 Edgewood Dr

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Acampo, CA 95240

16087 Highway 26

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Glencoe, CA 95232

3958 Campo Seco Rd

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Valley Springs, CA 95226

374 N Main St

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Angels Camp, CA 95222

1216 S Main St

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Altaville, CA 95222

8331 Main St

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San Andreas, CA 95245

19 S Central Ave

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Victor, CA 95240

3958 Campo Seco Rd

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Campo Seco, CA 95226

8062 Washington St

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Mountain Ranch, CA 95246

10340 S Whiskey Slough Rd

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Holt, CA 95234

3983 Blizzard Mine Rd

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Rail Road Flat, CA 95257

315 E French Camp Rd

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French Camp, CA 95231

25320 E Highway 4

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Farmington, CA 95230

18860 E Highway 88

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Clements, CA 95227

1610 S El Dorado St

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Stockton, CA 95206

Finding a mailbox in Campo Seco can be overwhelming, but your search doesn’t have to be. If you are looking for a mailbox in Campo Seco, you have options.

Campo Seco ("dry camp" in Spanish) is an unincorporated community in Calaveras County, California. It sits at an elevation of 564 feet (172 m) above sea level and is located at 38°13′38″N 120°51′12″W. The community is in ZIP code 95226 and area code 209. Founded by Mexicans in 1849, the mining camp was quite cosmopolitan, with forty different nationalities of miners. The town was almost destroyed by a fire in 1854, but as the placers were still producing, much of the town was rebuilt. Most of the buildings that are still standing date from after the fire. The town also contains the largest living cork oak tree in California, which was planted in 1858. The town today is registered as California Historical Landmark #257.The first post office was established in 1854.

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