Bear Valley Lodge
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Swimming pool
- Heated pool
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Bear Valley Lodge
Travel Blogs from Bear Valley
... This campground is very nice, quiet, and peaceful.
We can imagine coming back here (it's only less than 4 hours from home!) - next time maybe earlier in the year when the stocked trout are not all gone yet, as is the case right now, too bad!
... products. See photos for the best found so far. Also delighted to find that the alcohol aisle is lit up with neon signs, just in case you couldn't find the hallowed altar of lager selection. So then we reached Reno. Mini Vegas is scorching hot in the desert, but it would have been rude not to gamble. After two fruit machines, we were $24 richer, so ...
... one we have come across in the US, I'm sure. Then at the small almost non-existant town of Benton we turned onto the H120 and then passed thru and then stopped at Benton Springs at the base of the Eastern Sierra Nevada Ranges.
Wandered this small place with its verdancy, giant cottonwoods, old farm machinery, the original wooden gaol cell, and the general store which was the original Wells Fargo stage stop. ...
Today we decided to take our bicycles for a ride over to Taylor Creek Visitor Center. It had been recommended to us by Cathy and Gary Schneider, and we loved it. First we walked the Rainbow Trail which teaches the ecosystem of the area, comprised of marsh, stream, meadow and forest. You could hear so many birds singing and chirping. Taylor Creek follows the trail, and it was cool to see a beaver dam and chewed up tree stumps. We also had ...
... photos of some of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, which already have snow on the peaks and some of the aspen groves that are in full color. The drive was lovelier than we expected; however, there was a section of the road that warned us of dips for the next five miles. This is the kind of road that the kids used to love, but the kind that give me car sickness. I took a photo that I hope shows a few of the dips.