Harbin Hot Springs

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

    What's In a Name

    A travel blog entry by robjackson on Oct 29, 2014

    3 photos

    ... the best of care and food with Bawma around. I hope you are feeling very well Bawma. Thank you again for writing.

    Love,

    Bob

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    I'm going to find "Somewhere in Luxemburg" or at least get close. I'm not entirely certain where, and to be honest, I'm not entirely certain why. It is not important that I find the exact place where my Uncle perished. I'm ...

    I LOVE Lucy! (And Snoopy, Charlie Brown, & Linus!)

    A travel blog entry by pykesonthego on Jun 16, 2014

    ... in a couple weeks ago when he had them installed on our way to Manteca from Pleasanton. Greg then pulled the motorhome further into the parking lot there so Zach and I could run over to In-N-Out Burger to pick up some lunch for us. Our next stop was to buy fuel - still managing to keep it around $4.00/gallon.
    We finally got here to the Sonoma County Fairgrounds RV Park at around 3 pm (only $17.50 using Passport America!), and ...

    So many winery's not enough time

    A travel blog entry by dolsontravels on Jun 12, 2013

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... Santa Rosa we drove up US 1 to where the Russian River connects to Hwy 116 that took us back to town. What a beautiful, scenic drive. California might not be a place you would want to live, but it does have some of the most beautiful scenery on the planet.

    Today we will be heading north up US 1 to see the giant redwood trees.

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    The Hills Bleed Red

    A travel blog entry by sparsel on Jul 09, 2012

    12 photos

    ... enjoyed the cooling weather. In celebration of my father's birthday we picked up a gift and then headed off to Sonoma.
    Driving on the highway at this time of evening in Napa was miserable. It was as if everyone was leaving at once so we took a slight detour onto a rolling road through the hills. I am not sure if this is what the main road was like to get to Sonoma but this road was narrow, curving, and steep. ...

    An Odyssey Re-routed.

    A travel blog entry by ddiamond on Sep 05, 2011

    1 photo

    ... the book on Surrealism that I picked up while visiting the Vancouver Art Museum's Surrealist exhibit. I am fascinated by Man Ray's photographic portrayal of dream states through his photo method. I arranged a tutorial with photojournalist Ed Crosby to help me with alternative lighting methods which might be used while on my travel.

    Erik will be the perfect travel partner as well. He is very familiar with Paris and will serve as a great guide. He ...