Hemet, California: Maze Stone - Mysterious PetroglyphMaze-like prehistoric carving in a rock, purpose unknown, on a hill west of town. Discovered in 1914, when authorities declared it to be over 2,000 years old. Some say ancient Chinese explorers did it.
Maze Stone County Park
- California Ave., Hemet, CA
- West of town in Reinhardt Canyon. Hwy 74 to California Ave. Follow for 3 miles to end. Park near gate, walk on the road up the hill. The stone is within chain link fences.
Visitor Tips and News About Maze Stone - Mysterious Petroglyph
You cannot park near the stone any more, but it was a beautiful walk just as the sun was peeking over the foothills, lots of quail.[Rob, 04/04/2012]
A petroglyph of unknown origin graces a small mountain area. Some people call the glyphs everything from old remnants of Cascadians to religious symbols. Take Hwy 74 to the end of California Ave.[Todd, 04/08/2010]