Winema Lodge

Address: 5215 Hill Road, Tulelake, California, 96134, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 5215 Hill Road, Tulelake, is near Lava Beds National Monument.
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      Travel Blogs from Tulelake

      No Sleep - 4 Days Till We Leave

      A travel blog entry by klamathkim on Apr 09, 2015

      ... t realize I had that much in my head. Sarah teases that we need to leave on our vacation so that we can get some sleep! Sounds reasonable. The next few days will be full for sure, but there is light at the end of the tunnel. I am waiting for that day when I realize that I am not just watching this movie of a very cool thing that this woman is doing, but this woman is ...

      Reno to Klamath Falls

      A travel blog entry by gmgw2014 on Sep 08, 2014

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... more cattle and therefore irrigation. Pit River did have some water. About 35 miles out of Klamath Falls we came upon a huge plain which was very agricultural, with wheat potatoes and horseradish being grown! And of course lots of grass for the winter. We have never seen irrigation like it! Our hotel is on the outskirts of Klamath Falls so I think we will have dinner and an early night and look around in the ...

      Rainy day, Lava Beds National Monument

      A travel blog entry by freedomandpeace on Jul 11, 2014

      1 comment, 50 photos

      ... too. So we stayed until about 7:00pm and then drove 2 hours back to our hotel in Weed.

      This hotel was just ok. We ran into the problem of having a hot hotel room, but I could not sleep with the air conditioner on because it was as loud as a tractor motor. I sleep with earplugs on, and even with the earplugs, I couldn't sleep with the air on, which made for the room being warm for sleeping. Also, the fan in the bathroom was ...

      Lava Beds National Monument

      A travel blog entry by andreatravels on Sep 27, 2012

      1 comment, 20 photos

      ... Mammoth Volcano. When we think of volcanos we usually picture the one huge cone like Mt. Hood or Shasta, created by giant explosive eruptions. Mammoth is known as a shield volcano, and instead of one huge cone it has many smaller ones erupting over thousands of years. Lava tube caves are one of the most common features of this area--over 500 caves have been identified, and about two dozen have been developed for ...

      Crater Lake National Park

      A travel blog entry by starkwc on Jul 22, 2011

      4 photos

      ... this trip we have read and remarked of the beauty of nature. However, Mother Nature commands a respect for the danger she presents. How sad that people do not get it. There are warning signs at each stop. And everywhere we've been people have stood out on dangerous ledges and walked outside the protective barriers. It's regretable.

      On the lighter side we visited Crater Lake NP today. Its beauty and intense blue water were created ...