Mariner's Resort

Address: 509-725 Stone Road, Susanville, California, 96130, United States | Campground
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This campground is located on 509-725 Stone Road, Susanville.
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Travel Blogs from Susanville

Rest and volcanos

A travel blog entry by rubberducky_me on Sep 10, 2015

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Two of Jen's favourite things, rest and volcanoes. After San Francisco, we were pretty tired and we headed to a biggish town, Redding, with cheap accommodation ($60 a night). We tried Denny's for the first time, which is actually pretty cool if you want lots of possibilities and checked in. Rest. We didn't move much the rest of the day apart from jen to get a new yoga mat in walmart. There are so many weird and interesting people in ...

Eagle Lake

A travel blog entry by ktholin on Jun 23, 2015

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We left Convict Lake on Friday and headed north on 395 once again. Before leaving camp we stopped at the Convict Lake store for two of their famous made-to-order breakfasts. Egg and sausage burritos and hot coffee in hand, we were on our way.

We soon passed through Lee Vining where the Tioga Pass Road leads into the western entrance of Yosemite. At the same time we passed Mono Lake on the right. Next we came to picturesque Bridgeport and ...

Dry Run

A travel blog entry by the-expedition on Dec 18, 2014

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Braving the approach of winter, we set out for Boise to pick up our custom made Motorhome slider. We stayed in Winnemucca the first night and then stayed in Jackpot with very few resources. On to Boise - the park was crowded. We got a tour of the factory and met very nice people - the custom slider was all we expected. Headed out for Bend, OR through winds and rain fell in Sisters where we ...

Lessen Volcanic National Park

A travel blog entry by wright2 on Jul 02, 2014

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... is now dormant, on the Pacific Ring of Fire. However, in 1915 the peak blew a huge cloud of ash over 30,000 feet into the air and hurled boulders weighing several tons and rocks of all sizes miles from the volcano. Our first stop in the park was at the “Sulfur Works”, this is an area where super-heated water (hydrothermal) is forced to the surface in the form of steam that contains sulfur, and it is detectable for a ...

Going to California

A travel blog entry by wright2 on Jul 01, 2014

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... desert that we had seen in Nevada until we started to gain altitude and we started to see some short trees; the lack of water limits the number and size of the trees and bushes. We found a nice campground in the town of Susanville CA, at the Susanville RV Park, where we have wide level concrete parking pads with some grass / weeds between the sites. In the afternoon we explored the area in and around the town of Susanville.