Tamarack Pines Inn

Address: 18326 Highway 4, Bear Valley, California, 95223, United States | Inn
 
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Location

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

    Las Vegas to Rialto

    A travel blog entry by lloydsletloose on Oct 16, 2014

    51 photos

    ... accommodate us and Kumar offered us a shot of Jack Daniels after our long drive. On top of that I was given the wigwam shot glass as a souvenir, another one to add to my collection I told him. Chuffed as natives we settled into our wigwam, which was far cosier than Holbrook's and had more room & facilities. Andy googled our native tribe name, so we consequently named our teepee 'Adsila' our tribal name. Next thing was an appropriate pool bomb, as the sun set over ...

    Visalia to Barstow

    A travel blog entry by p.s on Apr 16, 2014

    5 photos

    Yesterday we travelled through the Yosemite National Park. It is just so incredibly huge. We ended up in Visalia. Today we travelled through the Sequoia National Forest and entered the desert. It was like switching on a light as we crested the summit and saw our first glimpse of the desert. The temperature was in the low 30's as we approached our resting place for the ...

    The Road to Oatman, AZ...Historic Loop Route 66

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

    5 comments, 5 photos

    ... surrounding. At 9:20 local time it was already 92 degrees. We saw lots of yuccas in the surrounding desert at the beginning of our trip. Later on we saw a large number of Joshua Trees which are sort of yuccas on steroids. There were also many Cholla cacti along our route…a sure sign of desert habitat.

    The drive to Oatman was absolutely spectacular. In fact, that drive by itself was worth our whole trip out here. The vistas varied from buttes and rugged ...

    The Car Issue, Work, Travel, & the my deep thought

    A travel blog entry by redrn on Feb 02, 2012

    1 photo

    ... to it :-/

    On the bright side I was able to get the the rest of my trip from London to Paris done. Thank you AAA travel agent she was very helpful and did things I could not figure out how to do by myself (trust me I tried!). I think I want to be a travel agent! Anyone know where you go to do that?!

    Anyways, I ...

    Happy Birthday Andrew!

    A travel blog entry by mamatufy on Aug 20, 2011

    15 photos

    ... there was a path on the other side, there wasn't. So, back we go & the water is a lot colder this time & deeper too. Somehow, we make it back across without falling or dropping any of the numerous electronic devices either.

    After my toes defrosted we continued on the path we were blazing amassing looks & laughs from the people sitting alongside the water's edge. Like we're the weird ones walking through the water, they were just ...