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California, U.S.A.
Welcome to El Cajon, California.
Set in valleys with towering mountains, the City of El Cajon has acquired the nickname The Big Box. The name El Cajon derives from the Spanish phrase el cajn meaning the box. Home to around 102,000 people, El Cajon is the fifth largest city in San Diego County, boasting a diverse and vibrant community with safe and attractive residential neighborhoods. The city is home to a large number of parks, libraries and various amenities, and its first-class police and fire departments as well as award-winning schools make it an ideal place to raise a family. El Cajon features a vibrant and thriving business environment, home to both global and nationally known corporations including Taylor Guitars, the foremost guitar manufacturer in the world. Top-notch retail can be found in the Parkway Plaza, and with 14 automotive dealerships in town, El Cajon is known for its Valley of Cars. Head downtown for more shops and restaurants, where everyone in the family can find something and some place to enjoy. In the northwest corner of El Cajon you will find the Gillespie Field, the city's gateway to the world. As the oldest and largest of San Diego County's eight airports, Gillespie Field is home to not just runways, tower and a terminal, but numerous businesses and the annual Air Show San Diego event. The airport includes two business parks that provide over 3,000 jobs in the city, boosting the local economy with $110 million yearly. If you're looking for a bit of culture, visit the Olaf Wieghorst Museum and Western Heritage Center, which honors the famous artist who lived in the community for 44 years. Wieghorst is known for his pristine portrayals of the 19th century American West, and his home is today included in the museum as historical landmark. Also worth stopping by is the Knox House Museum, part of a hotel built in 1876. Parks in the city include the Bostonia Park with its two acres of rolling grassy knolls and colorful playground; the Albert Van Zanten Park with its ball fields, and the Fire Station Park with its boastful views of the valley. After hiking one of the many trails, cool off in the Fletcher Hill Pool; a great place for the whole family!
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