Antlers Inn

26125 Highway 189, Twin Peaks, California, 92391, United States | Inn
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This inn, located on 26125 Highway 189, Twin Peaks, is near Lake Gregory Regional Park, Ice Castle International Training Center, Wildhaven Ranch, and Wawona Information Station.
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    Travel Blogs from Twin Peaks

    Arriving at the Croy's

    A travel blog entry by pndcadena on Oct 11, 2012

    49 photos

    ... came home. Visited with jenny for a bit then went out to dinner at Food Connection in Grand Terrace.
    When we got back to the house Dave and Mike watch a football game and Jenny and I looked through the books from out 2010 around the country vacation.

    After getting up and showering we walked over to Denny's Diner for breakfast. Back to Motel 6 and pack the car to get ready to move on down the road. Stopped for Gas along the way then forged on to the ...

    Cabin in the Woods

    A travel blog entry by lilyhainline on Jul 01, 2012

    3 photos



    July 1
    Not more than an hour and a half from Palm Desert, at 6,000 feet elevation, we find ourselves surrounded by large pine trees and wood cabins. Antlers Inn and Resort is located within the boundaries of the San Bernadino National Forest and just ...

    Only two weeks of class left!!

    A travel blog entry by vrosebaker on Nov 30, 2011

    2 comments, 8 photos

    ... tribe prepared us a full breakfast. On our way back to Redlands we stopped by a really good Mexican restaurant where you order at a window and get your food to go. Then out of nowhere appear a group of French guys who have ridden their bikes from Argentina up to California. They stared preforming songs and it made me think of Chile instantly (it was funny the people I would run into.) So I enjoyed my ride back to campus and braced myself for getting ready ...

    We do not remember days, we remember moments...

    A travel blog entry by vrosebaker on Apr 03, 2011

    1 comment, 23 photos

    ... and share this moment with Becca.

    In March the west area(Anderson, Grossmont and Fairmont Hall) staff put on the second annual pancake dinner fundraiser. This year it was called "Hotcakes for Hope" because we raised money for Youth Hope. Youth Hope was a not-for-profit organization I volunteered for last year that serves youth who are homeless in Redlands. Last year we rose money for Redlands Family Services and called the event "Flapjacks for Families." I could ...

    The Adventure Continues #4

    A travel blog entry by oscarsadventure on Jul 02, 2009

    ... the middle of the night (ok only a shortcut for Dave, but I have the bush outside the tent). A hotplate is mandatory if you stay at a site with electrical hook-up. Coffee on the coleman - 45 min to an hour - Coffee on the hotplate - 15 min. Collapsable buckets for washing dishes (I hate sitting on the grass in front of a spigot with only cold water, it works, but I hate it). Newspaper and/or duraflame logs are recommended when building ...