St. George Hotel

Address: 16104 Main Street, Volcano, California, 95689, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 16104 Main Street, Volcano, is near Black Chasm Cavern, Indian Grinding Rock State Historic Park, and Roaring Camp Mining Company.
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      Travel Blogs from Volcano

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      ... and mountain air.

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      ... is nothing better than a 'mum cuddle'. Joy was preparing the most exquisite American style appetisers for the dozen people who returned from the river ready for an afternoon of back to back, semi final American football. If there was one thing that had to be done to complete this 'all American weekend', it was grid iron with beer, steak crackers and BBQ sauce on everything. It was very cool to be a part of that. Pure enthusiasm from fans here, to bars and living rooms all across ...