NAME: Hall City
COUNTY: riverside
CLIMATE: Hot and windy
BEST TIME TO VISIT: In the spring it is too hot in the summer .
COMMENTS: It is located in the present day Cabazon
REMAINS: No remains, just an olive orchard
Cabazon is positioned 33.91 degrees north of the equator and 116.77 degrees west of the prime meridian. First known as "Hall City" in the mid-1800's. Hall City became Cabazon after a chief of the Morongo Tribe began a railroad station at the place which is now around Broadway and Main Street. Cabazon is an unincorporated area of Riverside County. It was once an incorporated city, but is no longer. Cabazon, known for its healthy climate, abundance of pure mountain water, and dry smog-free atmosphere, was born “Hall City” during the reconstruction period in the years immediately following the Civil War. Hall City was nestled in the narrow pass that separates the San Bernardino and San Jacinto Mountain ranges. Hall City became Cabazon after an astute and progressive Chief of the Morongo Band of Mission Indians developed a railroad station at the approximate location of Main Street and Broadway.This scenic location is home to Old Flume, Halls Grade, the California Aquaduct Tunnel, By July, 1879, Hall's Grade had been abandoned Submitted by: Jeremiah