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Where birds of a feather flock together.

Audubon Hills Association (AHA!)

Est. 1968


Welcome to:

Audubon Hills Association (A.H.A.!)


Audubon Hills was established in May 1968, in the small township of Camino, California (population 1750 in 2010 Census).  More commonly known as “Apple Hill”.  We are located on the Western foothills of the Sierra Nevada’s.  With an average altitude of 3000 feet, our location bestows just enough snow in the winter for sledding, yet just enough sun to warm up.

Explore our website, to learn more about the area we call home.  All newsletters, neighborhood watch information, and AHCSD road maintenance updates are included.

Birds of a feather flock together, our common bond?  We love our trees, pace of life, and the  community we call home.

There are two separate groups, that keep Audubon Hills going.  There’s us, AHA! which does Neighborhood Watch, beautification, community meetings, wildfire preparedness, and wildlife education.

Next there’s AHCSD.  They do everything that is road related.  Paving, snow removal, clearing along roads.                          Click here for more information.

This website, is the communities website.  Each page, is a neighbors suggestion or idea.  Your two cents counts, so if you see something that should be included, let us know!

Audubon Hills Entrance Sign
Kingfisher is one of the Audubon Hills streets named after birds.

Kingfisher Lane

A Place We Call Home.

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Text Box: Audubon Hills Association (AHA!)
P.O. Box 631
Camino, CA  95709

Audubon Hills Map