Friends of Historic San Antonio Mission
Friends of Historic San Antonio Mission


Our Mission Statement

FHSAM was founded in 1991 with the specific purpose of fostering  the preservation, maintenance, and interpretation of Historic Mission San Antonio near Jolon, California and adjacent historic cultural sites and their environment, including the other Salinan Mission, San Miguel.


The advisory board meets quarterly. The board is made up of twelve dedicated members who have diverse, yet relevant backgrounds and experience, including Salinan Tribal history and culture, landscape architecture, environmental science, archaeology, history, and conservation.

Our Newsletter

FHSAM publishes a newsletter during the Spring and during the Fall. If you would like to receive a hardcopy of the newsletter please request a copy by sending us an email. The most recent newsletter may also be seen here


This area surrounding this misison, not to mention the mission itself, has a long and very rich history. Abundant with a variety of natural resources, these mountains have been home to people for thousands of years.

From the native Salinan peoples, through the Spanish missions, Mexican Ranchos, and ultimately the American settlers and ranchers, this region has played an important role in the development of what is now California. 

For more of the San Antonio story, please click here.


From Hwy 101 (north or south)

Take the County Hwy-G14/ Jolon Road exit, EXIT 283, toward Fort Hunter Liggett (Distance: 26 miles)

Turn right onto Jolon Rd/County Hwy-14  (Distance: 15.05 miles)

Turn right onto Mission Road. 

Continue on Mission Road, following the signs to the mission. 

GPS Coordinates:
Lat: 36.0443966
Long: -121.25148030000003



Planning a visit? Click here for WEATHER and  here for TRAFFIC information before you start out!

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