Kaweah Motel

Address: 319 South Kaweah Avenue, Exeter, California, 93221, United States | Motel
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This motel is located on 319 South Kaweah Avenue, Exeter.
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    Travel Blogs from Exeter

    Sequoias and the High Sierras

    A travel blog entry by tendashseven on May 13, 2015

    2 comments, 87 photos

    ... with front and rear views of beautiful mountains. A leisurely and short walk down to the end of the park to a “day use area” we find a spectacular view of the river. Also present here is a lush habitat for a variety of wildlife. Acorn Woodpeckers dominate and Casey gets immediate hits on her Hummingbird feeder. After she spies a Northern "Bullock's" Oriole, she hangs her Oriole feeder which attracts even more hummingbirds. Yes, this RV park will do ...

    There's a bear in there

    A travel blog entry by kartman on Oct 14, 2014

    9 photos

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    From there it was a short drive to our accommodation where we checked in and headed around the corner to the market in the next village, Lodgepole, as it was touted as having the best lunches and supplies. This would be true mid season, but with one week in the season left the cafe was closed and stocks were being run down so we headed back to Wuksachi lodge for lunch, where once again Nick got special attention form our waiter, if only the waitresses showed ...

    Quoting Gabriel Iglesia "Oh, Hell No!"

    A travel blog entry by sego7 on Aug 20, 2014

    11 photos

    For those that do not get the title, YouTube "Gabriel Iglesias 6 levels of fat"...he is very funny.

    Sequoia National Park was established in 1890. It is over 850,000 acres. It is home to the largest trees that I have ever seen. As an example General Sherman, that's right, this tree is so Oh Hell No, that it gets it's own name, By volume, it is the largest known living single stem tree on earth. Absolutely amazing. Thank you God for not dropping your marble ...

    Happy Birthday Love!

    A travel blog entry by wiscampsin on May 21, 2014

    95 photos

    ... a bit and tore ourselves away for the drive back to Sequoia, with stops at multiple stops along the way.
    We had a couple of hours before sunset, and had yet to check out some of the largest trees in Kings Canyon. We drove quickly to Converse Basin, thinking the 2.5 mile loop would be a quick one. It ended up being uphill for the first mile to Boole Tree, so we were booking it and out of breath. We were cruising along until I gasped/screamed and ...

    Long slow ride, huge trees

    A travel blog entry by thepaynes2014 on Apr 11, 2014

    2 comments, 16 photos

    ... and, no snow on the roads. At the visitor's center it was 84 degrees and the lady said it would be about 20 degrees cooler in the "forest".

    After dozens of U turns in the road up the mountain and a speed limit of 25MPH the whole way, really most of the trip was 10-20MPH, in 45 minutes we arrived in the "Sequoia forest". In the midst of such majesty, we truly felt very small. Many of ...