Maple's McCambridge Lodge

Address: 13525 Sierra Way, Kernville, California, 93238, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 13525 Sierra Way, Kernville, is near The Kern Valley Museum, Cannell Trail, Brush Creek, and Dry Meadow Creek.
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    Travel Blogs from Kernville

    Alot of food, but no water

    A travel blog entry by trackingdj on May 05, 2015

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... I am so excited about what's ahead. I am officially a quarter of the way up the trail and over the next few days I will be leaving the desert in my rear view and heading into the High Sierra. I'll enter John muirs country in less than 50 miles. And once I get there I will put 13 days of food on my back get my feet ready to walk through snow and enjoy one of the most beautiful places on the planet. I can't wait. Song of the day Sunshine- ...

    Through Death Valley and beyond... hopefully...!!!

    A travel blog entry by oztrekkers on May 27, 2014

    54 photos

    ... As we'd had the problem with our original choice, and all of the remaining mid-sized SUV's were actually allocated, it would help them out if we could take a full size SUV instead... if we wanted to". We gave it due consideration and in an instant thought "Hell yeah" and a Ford Edge Limited Edition was chosen, again with the attendant's help. So, happy road trippers in their big flash motor and happy attendant who is now ten bucks richer for his excellent customer ...

    Livin' for Lone Pine

    A travel blog entry by pugetview on Sep 24, 2013

    2 comments, 14 photos

    ... from Washington, we never knew how sparse water could be in Central California in a drought year. Everything dry. Deathly, deathly dry. During this first five-day section, "Death Valley Day" scenes of people splayed, fried in the desert, dead of thirst, haunted us, especially as we trekked through blistering, aptly named Death Canyon.

    Nevertheless, Dick fell in love with his "new ...

    Superlatives Continued

    A travel blog entry by lisaontheroad on Jun 16, 2012

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... checklist was to bring some coins. We had yet to encounter showers that you had to pay for, but I had read that they do exist at many national parks so we were determined to be prepared. And... Lodgepole's showers turned out to be coin operated. Mom was the first guinea pig. After informing Auntie Pollyann and I (and the entire ladies' shower room) that 4 quarters wasn't enough to make the water come out, the woman in the cubicle next to her kindly ...


    A travel blog entry by yellowbike on Sep 20, 2010

    5 photos

    On the way out of the hotel this morning, M saw a road runner stroll past in front of him. We checked out of our $159 night hotel, to find they had added another $30 in sales and resort taxes!

    We left at 7:30am for our drive to Lake Isabella. The terrain got slowly more verdant as the miles rolled by.

    Near the end of Death Valley at the top of a steep mountain pass, we decided to stop at the viewing point. While peering over ...