Location: San Diego County, California
Name adapted from the Laguna Mountains which were named first (ca. 1870). This small range was so named because two ponds (the Laguna Lakes) are near the "summit". Laguna is Spanish for lagoon, although this name was often given as a place name without regard for meaning, as here.
Called "Mt. Laguna" on original HPS List, delisted when it was voted unworthy because of over-development and lack of any apparent summit (1956).
Name first appears on USGS Cuyapaipe quad (1944).
Peak was on the original 1946 HPS Peak List.