California Highway 371
January 22, 2006 - Philip J. Erdelsky, email@example.com
California Highway 371 begins at a junction with California Highway 79 in Aguanga and runs about 20 miles northeast through the Anza Valley (see photograph) to a junction with California Highway 74, the Pines to Palms Highway. It lies entirely in Riverside County.
The junction of California Highways 78 and 371 in Aguanga used to be somewhat confusing. The alignment of roads suggested that Highway 79 was the main highway and Highway 371 was a side road. However, the placement of stop signs suggested that Highway 371 and the northern part of Highway 79 were the main highway and the southern part of Highway 79 was a side road. Not surprisingly, the junction had more than the usual number of warning signs. See photograph. Then the traffic engineers at Caltrans came to their senses, and the junction is now a standard T intersection with three-way stop signs. See photograph.
The following table lists the major intersections and landmarks on California Highway 371.
|miles from south end||left (for northbound traveler)||control||right (for northbound traveler)||remarks|
|0.0||California Highway 79 NORTH||California Highway 79 SOUTH||Beginning of California Highway 371|
|3.7||Wilson Valley Rd|
|6.2||Lakeshore Blvd||Bradford Rd|
|7.3||Lake Riverside Dr|
|10.6||Cahuilla Creek Casino|
|11.1||Cary Rd||Cary Rd|
|12.2||Howard Rd||Howard Rd|
|13.2||Bautista Rd||Bautista Rd|
|14.4||Bailiff Rd||Mazestone Rd|
|16.2||Kirby Rd||Kirby Rd|
|16.5||Burnt Valley Rd|
|18.7||Enter San Bernardino National Forest|
|19.2||Burnt Valley Rd|
|20.5||California Highway 74 WEST||stop (northbound only)||California Highway 74 EAST||End of California Highway 371|