Spring Creek Ranch

Address: 47600 Highway 97 North, Chiloquin, Oregon, 97624, United States | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 47600 Highway 97 North, Chiloquin.
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Travel Blogs from Chiloquin

Crystal Clear Crater Lake

A travel blog entry by tendashseven on Jun 27, 2015

1 comment, 40 photos

... Regular” tour. Yes, this is still classified as an active volcano. Future eruptions will likely destroy the lake.

On the tour we encircle Wizard Island and another more mysterious island named Phantom Ship. We sidle up to waterfalls formed by the melting snowpack and spot the Pumice Castle which is a narrow tower of reddish rock that has survived centuries of erosion. We also learn that fishing in the lake requires no license and there are ...

Travel blog. Entry 33. USA part 2

A travel blog entry by sarlexpovend on Apr 03, 2015

... a premier climbing spot in the US. The park was home to dear, noisy Canadian geese, ducks and best of all a bald eagle who was nesting very near to the campsite. Climbers could be seen hugging the cliffs wherever you looked in the park including the monkeys face which looked exactly as it sounds. We continued on to the mighty Columbia River Gorge. The river separates Oregon from Washington state. One of the states tallest waterfalls Maltnomah flows down the gorge on ...

Crater Lake to Vegas Fake!

A travel blog entry by danandrach on Oct 09, 2014

19 photos

... It was delicious though!

That was pretty much it. Reno is basically a really tacky version of Vegas and the city where everyone seems to sleep! I’m not actually even sure if you could compare the two, not that I have even been to Vegas but I will be able to answer that in a few weeks when we get there.

We are off to Yosemite in the morning for more National Park beauty and this one is meant to blow our minds so looking forward to it!

The belly of the volcano...

A travel blog entry by zoesevi on Aug 01, 2014

3 photos

... collapsed, creating a huge, smouldering caldera. Eventually, rain and snowmelt accumulated in the caldera, forming a lake more than 1,900 feet deep, the deepest lake in the United States. Wildflowers, along with hemlock, fir, and pine, recolonized surroundings. Black bears and bobcats, deer and marmots, eagles and hawks returned. The most amazing sapphire blue water we have ever seen, this lake is incredible. Every viewpoint is amazing ...

The trip home

A travel blog entry by peeteeandjoe on May 28, 2013

5 photos

... She dropped off Rusty at home before she picked us up, so she was excited to see us.

The next day we got to see what leaving your yard unattended for a month in the Spring brings. The lawn was about 8 inches high and the weeds were over a foot. Everything looked awful. Fortunately we found this great hard working guy named Nate, who worked his butt off and got it looking better than ever. He now has a regular job with us.