Arana Gulch

Local nameArana Gulch
LocationSanta Cruz County, California, United States

Arana Gulch is a creek and landform that forms part of the southeastern boundary of the city of Santa Cruz, California. The creek begins in the Santa Cruz Mountains and flows southwest into Monterey Bay into what was once called Woods Lagoon, now the Santa Cruz Small Craft Harbor.

Arana Gulch is named after Jose Arana, who came to Alta California in 1834 with the Hijar-Padres colonization group. Arana was the grantee of the Rancho Potrero Y Rincon de San Pedro Regalado in the year 1842. Sometime after that date, Arana moved to the area that now bears his name. Prior to California statehood, Arana Creek was the dividing line between lands assigned to the Villa de Branciforte and those of Rancho Arroyo del Rodeo.

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Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arana_Gulch

Address 15 Suncrest Dr, 95073, United States

Coordinates 37°1'44.818" N -121°58'24.859" E

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