Maze Stone LbNA # 29019
|Placed Date||Mar 3 2007|
|Planted By||No. 5|
|Found By||Romeo Sierra|
|Last Found||Oct 12 2012|
Hemet Maze Stone. This pictograph, representing a maze, is an outstanding example of the work of prehistoric peoples. It, with 5.75 acres of land, was donated to Riverside County as a county park on April 16, 1956 by Mr. and Mrs. Rodger E. Miller. Location: From State Hwy 74, go N 3.2 mi on California Ave to Maze Stone Park, Hemet.
Follow the road until it dead ends at a locked gate. Park here. Walk through the gate and continue along the road up the hill. The Maze Stone is on the right, just off of the road in a fenced enclosure, about a quarter mile from the gate.
Standing directly in front of the bronze plaque, face NE and walk ten steps along the fence. Turn NW and walk twenty steps. Turn due W look for the boulder with a tree growing out of it. Walk around to the SW side of the boulder. Its tucked into the crevass near the base of the tree under a flat rock.
Have fun and let me know when you've found it!