Tamarack Pines Inn

Address: 18326 Highway 4, Bear Valley, California, 95223, United States | Inn
 
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This inn, located on 18326 Highway 4, Bear Valley, is near Lake Alpine, Bear Valley Cross Country and Adventure Company, Green Tree Golf Course, and Mary Laveroni Community Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Bear Valley

    Winding Down at Big Bear

    A travel blog entry by tradition on May 15, 2014

    12 photos

    ... birds, drove around some mountain neighborhoods and were amazed by the crazy way they build into the mountainsides. In the afternoon we took a pontoon boat ride around the lake, looked at the various bays and marinas and at the houses all around the lake. Some famous people evidently live and have lived here at Big Bear Lake. So glad we were able to spend time here. This is one we will remember and would not mind coming back ...

    Close but no cigar

    A travel blog entry by ronniebrown713 on Jun 06, 2013

    2 comments, 8 photos

    ... But still a nice 10 mile hike with excellent views and 3,500+ feet of elevation.

    Late in the hike we decided to camp again at the same site as last night, so we drove the short 2 minutes back from the trailhead and had a buffet of mashed potatoes and corn "cooking" shortly after declaring the homestead. Then a quick trip downhill to town for firewood (they were closed but sold us some anyway) and another fire topped off the early night.
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    The Road to Oatman, AZ...Historic Loop Route 66

    A travel blog entry by dwlp.travelkids on May 17, 2012

    5 comments, 5 photos

    ... town frequently for hand outs…today was not one of those days so we didn’t see any but saw the signs of them, if you know what I mean!.

    Oatman was born in 1906 as a tent camp; it flourished as a gold mining center, and then was stricken a near fatal blow in 1942 when Congress declared that gold mining was no longer essential to the war effort. Oatman now receives over 500,000 visitors each year, drawn by its history as a gold mining center which produced ...

    Happy Birthday Andrew!

    A travel blog entry by mamatufy on Aug 20, 2011

    15 photos

    ... pulled over at one of the little turn outs & journeyed across the dry creek bed. It was great fun, we picked up trash, took pictures of trash & generally stomped our way around for a while.

    Then, we went back to the picnic area to enjoying some one on one time with the water. Hopefully, not fall in but at least get our feet a little wet. I will say a small word about the bathroom facilities, don't. We walked down to the water & ...

    Jane Rides

    A travel blog entry by cchasez on Jan 09, 2011

    25 photos

    ... and I went down the green run, back up, and back down again. Brian and Jane were in line to get on the lift and we joined them; Ate Rot was still nowhere to be found. When we got back to the top, we took a break at the lodge and drank some beers – Brian owed us for letting his friends drink “our” beer earlier. Jane admits to being done for the day, especially after tweaking her knee after that last dismount off the lift. After our ...