Hillside Dr., Crowley Lake, California, 93546, United States | Hotel

Travel Blogs from Crowley Lake

Road tripping!

A travel blog entry by srwinterburn


... to walk down the strip in the evening and it took us about half an hour to get out of the hotel casino as the exits seemed to be hidden! When out on the strip it was an interesting experience but completely overwhelming at the same time. There are so many people (including very small children) out and it feels like the middle of the day - including the heat - even though it is 11pm! The lights and sounds are just incredible though and I am really glad I went, ...

En route to Toulumne

A travel blog entry by cale-and-becca


... kind he simply reminded us "that every little bit helps." Thanks Mammoth Lakes, amazing karma through and through. After getting back to Reds Meadow we took a side loop that rewarded us with two phenomenal natural wonders. We went by Rainbow Falls today AND the Devils Postpile. How spoiled and lucky for two unique natural sights to be within 2.5 miles of one another. After that, we hiked north per PCT until we ...

Heading to Lake Tahoe

A travel blog entry by theprocters


... into our site we were greeted by our friends, Cathy and Gary Schneider. What a surprise! They had tracked us on Life360. They have offered to be our tour guides for the next few days and one of the highlights was Glen Alpine Falls. One if my favorite sites was Lily Lake - smooth as glass and so peaceful. We even saw beavers building their home. Awesome! The day ended with a delicious dinner of stew at Cathy and Gary's mountain ...

Hiking in Yosemite

A travel blog entry by wolters

... the way down, Rikke twisted her ankle. The top was Chicago falls. When we got down, we had to wait for Jeremy, and when Sean was waiting too, with a huge banana split, I felt like having one as well. Best ice cream, or at least chocolate I've ever ...

Day 24: Yosemite

A travel blog entry by sarahholiday


Left our inn and drove into the national park. For the next two nights, we are sleeping in a static tent in Yosemite Valley, right in the heart of the park. Whilst queuing to check in, videos of bears filmed in the park forcing their way into cars and tents after smelling food are shown. after seeing this, we dutifully transferred food and anything else that can attract bears (toothpaste, ...


This hotel, located on Hillside Dr., Crowley Lake, is near Devil's Postpile National Monument, Hot Creek, Obsidian Dome, and Top of the Sierra Interpretive Center.
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