Plantation Bed & Breakfast

33038 Sierra Highway 198, Lemon Cove, California, 93244, United States | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B is located on 33038 Sierra Highway 198, Lemon Cove.
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    Bear Fun

    A travel blog entry by cmitch257 on May 14, 2014

    9 photos

    Arriving in Sequoia it was beautiful. Long winding roads all through the greenland led us to our campsite where we had managed to get one of the first come first serve sites luckily. We carried on up the national park until we reached one of the attractions, the General Sherman Tree. This tree is apparently the largest by volume in the world, and it's fair to say it was pretty big. We walked up to it and had the classic photo in front of it, where you can barely see us and ...

    From the hottest place on earth to the snow!

    A travel blog entry by smoothenbergs on Apr 03, 2014

    13 photos

    ... snowing and there was only snow about. We arrived at our snow covered lodge in the Sequoia National park and the boys quickly got into snowball fights. This lodge was one of the cheapest places we stayed and included all meals and endless hot chocolate. Awesome start to our 2 day stay here! Such a contrast in one day though - from the desert to the ...

    Dang Republicans! Tues, Oct 1 and 2/13

    A travel blog entry by u2shadow on Oct 01, 2013

    9 photos

    ... like thousands of people camping at Yosemite, and our hostess who said she was already having cancellations. I can't imagine planning to spend a week or more or even less at one of these National Parks only to have your vacation shut down. The disappointment would be crushing. I was kinda upset about the places we wanted to see and couldn't, as our chance of returning to California is fairly slim. We were just very lucky that we did get ...

    BIG Trees: The Giant Sequoias

    A travel blog entry by keralajs on Sep 18, 2013

    4 photos

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    As their name implies, these parks, together with the Sequoia National Forest, form an administrative unit of parts acquired at different times. Sequoia is actually America's second oldest national park, dating back to 1890, when Congress acted to save its trees from the loggers. Our campsite at Stony Creek was in the national forest between the two parks. We first visited Grant Grove, ...

    Giant Trees Everywhere

    A travel blog entry by faganroadtrip on Jul 23, 2013

    6 photos

    ... language speakers seemed to be the minority around the park.

    4. These remote and less glamorous parks seemed to be as crowded as Yosemite.

    5. The winding roads in the park are enough to force many to suck down a Dramamine pill or two - this can make for drowsy passengers.

    6. The thrilling fifteen-minute hike up the face of Moro Rock affords you the greatest view in all of the Sierra Mountains. ...