Oasis Springs Flyfishing and Dude Ranch

Address: 32400 Highway 36, Paynes Creek, California, 96075, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 32400 Highway 36, Paynes Creek.
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      It's All About Volcanos

      A travel blog entry by tdtingle on Aug 24, 2014

      11 photos

      ... by molten lava, which snake under the park. Now get a load of this, visitors are allowed to enter these caves unsupervised and wander around underground. So, we purchased bump hats and signed out some lanterns and went underground. Also, this National Monument has a campground, where we spent two nights. If you ever get a chance visit Lava Beds for history and beauty and there's a National Wildlife Refuge right next door.

      CAL-A-FORN-I-A Dave out for ...

      Heading north to IUWG reunion in Oregon.

      A travel blog entry by aley48 on Aug 20, 2014

      4 comments, 25 photos

      Rode up a spectacular mountain range and then around the western shore of Lake Tahoe, a large freshwater lake in the Sierra Nevada of the United States. At a surface elevation of 6,225 ft (1,897 m), ...

      That's Some Big Wood

      A travel blog entry by budbarbonthego on Aug 09, 2014

      6 photos

      ... every hue of green from the pale silver of the beard mosses to the olive patches of lichen to the deep leathery green of the vines, covered the forest floor and twined throughout this jungle. A couple of times I saw rainbows in the mist as the sun tried to break through the fog. It was very dreamy, very surreal, and then we had to move on.

      A dunes wayside was our stopping point for a picnic lunch. It was too chilly for me to venture ...

      Redwood National Park

      A travel blog entry by sloanfamily on Jul 28, 2014

      19 photos

      Finally left Oregon and entered Northern California. Drove along the coast thru the Redwoods National Park. Entered a trailhead off the side of the road and admired the massive trees for about an hour. The boys also enjoyed climbing some standing and fallen trees. What amazed me about this area was the intense mist coming from the Pacific Ocean into the forest. Apparently some of the larger ...

      Ice Cream, Volcanic Rock, and Wine!

      A travel blog entry by patry on Jun 24, 2013

      22 photos

      ... because there was so much snow on the trail. We stopped instead and did a half mile hike through the Devastation Area where we could see volcanic rocks. They were very large and some were called puzzle rocks because they hardened into puzzle shaped pieces after they cooled.


      Next we stopped at King's Creek Meadow and were just going to walk the short distance down to ...