Sierra Hot Springs Resort & Retreat Center

521 Campbell Hot Springs Road, Sierraville, California, 96126, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 521 Campbell Hot Springs Road, Sierraville, is near Tahoe National Forest.
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    Travel Blogs from Sierraville

    Sleeping Saurians and Endless Black Deserts

    A travel blog entry by daniel.western on Sep 05, 2014

    9 photos

    ... rocks. There are reds, browns, oranges, purples, all highlighted by the almost flourescent green of moss covering the rocks. It is beautiful and quite frankly awe-inspiring, and the thought strikes me that if this was in the UK, it would be a very famous tourist attraction bringing hundreds of visitors per day, but in Iceland, land of incredible spectacles, it is merely an optional side trip on a hike.

    After eating some dinner (super noodles yet ...

    Reno

    A travel blog entry by gmgw2014 on Sep 05, 2014

    1 comment, 2 photos

    I had a quiet day today. Willie had some meetings so I read by the pool. Tonight we went to a College American Football Game between Nevada University ( known as The Wolf Pack and Washington State University ( The Cougars). It is such a slow game! It started at 7.30 and finished just before 11 with Nevada winning 24-13. Just as well we were wearing Nevada T Shirts! The Cheerleaders and the Marching Band provided entertainment all through the ...

    Powerful Learning

    A travel blog entry by okes on Jul 14, 2014

    10 photos

    ... field trips as an invaluable learning experience for students..and now we know why! It's just how the brain functions..

    Our learning experience at TCES was truly eye-opening! We learned a lot about Lake Tahoe's geography and history. We learned why the water is so clear (mostly granitic rocks in the area) and we learned why the clarity was declining (invasive species, pollution). Next, we enjoyed a 3D movie on the Earth's tectonic ...

    And the rain goes on.....

    A travel blog entry by mollytucker on Apr 25, 2014

    2 comments, 7 photos

    Woke up to rain. It was so peaceful as no cars were driving by, we were in the middle of no where, and there was walking to get done. Dressed, packed the ruck sacks and headed down for breakfast which consisted of bread, jam, butter, and coffee. A good filling breakfast to fill up for the trek ahead. Left in rain up the Pyrenees and that we just the beginning. Light rain ...

    Day #5 Sierraville to Quincy

    A travel blog entry by chris.markus on Jul 21, 2013

    5 photos

    ... motel to ask if they had a hose and Katie offered to fill my bottles with ice and fresh well water! She was a life saver, I almost had a "brain freeze" that water was so cold! Thoughts while riding today. Why do we climb? For that matter why do we do hard things? I used to say it was for the downhill, but today I decided that wasn't right because the joy that comes at the summit precedes the ...