Mountain Village Resort
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsMountain Village Resort Stanley
Bed was cozy.....but the natural spring hot tub was really nice.
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Travel Blogs from Stanley
... the poop had not been cleaned up. It had been smeared and smooshed further into the hinges and a wad of toilet paper had been stuffed on top of it to "hide" it. OMG!!!! WTF???? To his credit, the camphost did come back the next day and take care of it properly, but that **** sat there for a day in a half.
While we were staying in Stanley we did some scenic drives and took the dogs to the dog beach at Redfish. It was so, so, so pretty and we ate good ...
Bingo ! lucked into another great place to stay the night." Mountain Lodge" The town looks like an old western movie set. Soaked this evening in the Hot Spring with stars above us. took the wrong trail and got bogged down by mud. but all worth it once in the ...
... and Frank. It was a lot of fun, very relaxing, and we got a lot of local history. We ate at a local bar and then returned to the deck to take in the view and watch the sun do down.
Towns: Redfish Lake Lodge / Yankee Fork
Hotel: Riverside Hotel (owners: Frank and Patti. If you ever end up in Stanley, stay at this hotel and ask for the room over the garage with the river ...
... so extreme, almost aggressive (not so much about Jesus but about being ‘right’). These latter radio stations were tiresome so we eventually settled for some good old country music to go with the scenery.
At this point our guest editor (J) contributed: "It seems to me that when people are living in an empire they behave in different ways. The British Empire lasted for about 300 years, the British Empire had control of about a quarter of ...
... walked a couple of miles down the road to a ranger's program around a campfire. Before the program began, we watched ospreys flying away from the river with large fish in their talons. The name Redfish Lake, comes from the landlocked salmon that live there and used to be so abundant that they would turn the lake red when they were spawning. The ranger's program featured a local author who read a short story from his latest ...