Groveland Motel & Indian Village

Address: 18933 Main Street (Highway 120), Groveland, California, 95321, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 18933 Main Street (Highway 120), Groveland, is near Pine Mountain Lake Golf Course.
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    Travel Blogs from Groveland

    Day Ten!

    A travel blog entry by taleesa.griggs on Mar 25, 2015

    3 photos

    ... It's incredible. Jaydie - on our cycle we got to having a sing a long, I pretended I was in the Now & Then scene when they're riding along singing Knock Three Times. Then back onto a coach bus to make the trip home! There was a bit more than that to it but I need to save some stuff for when I'm home! :) There was a man with a train whistle as his ring tone, thought you would like that one Steve! :) Squirrels continue to entertain me every time I ...

    Yosemite, an American gem

    A travel blog entry by travelingfree on Oct 29, 2014

    3 comments, 31 photos

    ... hours to get to our hotel over on the west end of the park, luckily right before dusk.

    The next day we went into the park, rode the shuttle buses to various places of interest in Yosemite Valley Village. We took a 2 mile walking trail to see Mirror lake, even though there is no water in it this time of year. It was such a peaceful walk looking at the beautiful trees, changing leaves and all the granite ...

    Did anyone say picnic?

    A travel blog entry by kartman on Oct 11, 2014

    2 comments, 7 photos

    ... bus came and Ann was at the front of the queue and thought she could still make the bus, but she didn't and we had to wait another 15 minutes for the next one. How serendipitous this would turn out to be as the bus we were on was stopped by a park ranger to allow a mother bear and her cubs to cross the road.

    All fear of brown bears was lost at this point as the bears ran away from the rangers chasing them out of the camp ground. Unfortunately we were ...

    The long and winding road

    A travel blog entry by kartman on Oct 08, 2014

    6 photos

    ... all at 70 miles an hour. Modesto was a bit nondescript and only really shone on the outskirts where it became a nice little town.

    From there we headed up the range to Groveland. The road was winding range cut into the side of the hill with minimal guard rails and trucks with scant regard for the centre line, but spectacular views.

    At Groveland our hotel in the Main Street took three goes to find and another couple of ...


    A travel blog entry by hansgran on Sep 24, 2014

    2 comments, 6 photos

    Two whole days in Josemi, somethingI have always wanted to do since I was a little girl and read about it in a book where I thoughht it was calledJosie might until I saw a wildlife program which told me the proper way to say it. I wanted to see the mighty sequoia trees the largest living things on earth. A track has been built through the sequoia grove round ...