Springville Inn Bed and Breakfast

Address: 35634 Highway 190, Springville, California, 93265, United States | B&B
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This B&B is located on 35634 Highway 190, Springville.
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    King's Canyon and Sequoia NP

    A travel blog entry by hilladventures on Jul 05, 2015

    48 photos

    ... and went to bed early.

    The next morning we visited the Sequoia section of the park. Again-no crowds and we easily found parking. Everything we wanted to see was on the way out of the park anyway, so it was an easy morning. We say General Sherman, visited the museum and the dad and the girls hiked to the top of Morro Rock-google pics! Glad I didn't go! I stayed with Emmett, who really didn't need to be on the top of that rock!

    Wilkommen im Land der Bären

    A travel blog entry by thomas.koerfer on Jun 23, 2015

    1 comment, 52 photos

    ... gibt es spezielle "bärensichere" Mülleimer, Warnungen dass man nichts Essbares im Auto lassen soll, Schließfächer für Nahrungsmittel etc., aber bis wir es mit eigenen Augen gesehen haben hätten wir nicht wirklich geglaubt dass es hier vor Schwarzbären wimmelt, bzw. dass wir einen live sehen würden. Nachdem wir auf unserer Tour durch den "Giant Forest", ein kalifornisches Rehkitz, einen kleinen Kojoten, Hasen, verschiedene Streifenhörnchen und bunte Vögel ...

    Forest of giants

    A travel blog entry by mazoocat on Jun 10, 2015

    14 photos

    ... are trees that could talk these would be them. Our campsite there was the night after yosemite and it was buckeye flats. It was a bunch of campsites in the middle of giant boulders. Then we drove up out of the valley to see the trees. The road was a scary twisty road that was 2 ...

    Kings Canyon National Park

    A travel blog entry by carol_fred on May 06, 2015

    45 photos

    ... the "short cut" that we took leaving Sequoia National Park yesterday and we arrived much faster just following the GPS! It still was a long climb up into the mountains, and although the scenery was beautiful, Carol does have to complain a little about the lack of guard rails on these small, curvy, narrow roads. Fortunately, Fred ...

    Awesome in the true sense of the word.

    A travel blog entry by turnerstravels on Oct 04, 2014

    4 comments, 10 photos

    ... good! You should try it if you get a chance. You can recognize the tree by its jigsaw puzzle shaped bark. Although be careful with the bark because it's really delicate and fragile. You should see the size see the size of the pinecones - they are huge! Also, in Sequoia National Park, the Giant Forest is just unbelievable to see. The biggest tree on earth, General Sherman, is incredible to even get a glimpse of, but we got to go almost right to it. In pictures, ...