Harbin Hot Springs

Address: 18474 Harbin Springs Road, Middletown, California, 95461, United States | Campground
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Location

This campground, located on 18474 Harbin Springs Road, Middletown, is near Cobb Mountain, Calpine Geothermal Visitor Center, and Frog Hollow.
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Travel Blogs from Middletown

Finally! The Ocean!

A travel blog entry by augustinesghost on Oct 01, 2013

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... of them were doing great jumps, which was cool. There were also a bunch of birds on a dock by the restaurant. The cormorants were coming up from fishing and drying their wings on the dock, which was wonderful. A pelican stopped by for a few minutes: I’ll never get over how big those things are. Then I spotted two seals in the bay near the dock. They appeared to be playing, not fishing (or maybe they enjoy ...

Change of Plans (Or at least Cars!)

A travel blog entry by ourusaroadtrip on Jan 04, 2013

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So we booked our plane tickets months ago to fly into DFW. And we were planning on taking a Prius to save money on gas, but we ended up changing our minds when we the saw the cost of renting a Prius compared to a standard Economy car. We definitely wouldn't be saving what we thought we would, especially since we'll mostly be driving freeway. After months of talking about it we finally made up our minds and reserved a Kia Rio (or similar), at a ...

The Hills Bleed Red

A travel blog entry by sparsel on Jul 09, 2012

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... it was nice to see the battery charge on the Prius as we descended from the hills and weaved around trees two Sonoma Valley.


We arrived safely and checked in to the Hidden Oak Inn and set out to find something good for dinner. Jeremy had recommended a restaurant—The Girl and the Fig—so we walked to the square to find it, only to realize that we should have made a reservation. Despite this we ...

The grand totals and some final thoughts

A travel blog entry by chadmarco on Sep 01, 2010

1 comment, 1 photo

... to this travel blog. It worked out pretty good and we now have a pretty solid record of the “2010 summer roadtrip”. I think we will also be having a book printed out from the blog. That will be pretty sweet to have for “show and tell” I think.



Feeling safe

Safety was a big issue that we talked about in ...

I finally sat on a beach - fully rugged up tho

A travel blog entry by kate.ambrose on Jul 30, 2010

2 comments, 5 photos

... too cold for me. While queuing for the potty after lunch, I mentioned to a local that I was disappointed with the weather as we could not go swimming. He looked at me as if I was a complete loony and asked why I would want to go in the sea. Apparently the water never gets above 50F (10C) and the locals never swim in it. Why live by the sea if you don't go near it? Also why do so many people holiday on the coast if that is the case? It seems quite strange to ...