Super 8 Motel Lindsay Olive Tree Inn

Address: 390 North Highway 65, Lindsay, California, 93247, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel is located on 390 North Highway 65, Lindsay.
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    Travel Blogs from Lindsay

    Sequoias and the High Sierras

    A travel blog entry by tendashseven on May 13, 2015

    2 comments, 87 photos

    ... by picnickers, they spend most of their time near their burrow. At our picnic spot at Hospital Rock, we spot some massive burrows with lots of entrances.

    After a great lunch, we explore the pictographs at Hospital Rock and take a short walk (which the CCC constructed) down to the river’s edge. Archeologists have determined that evidence found in the area proves it was once occupied by approximately 500 Native Americans as far back as 1350 A.D.

    Happy Birthday Love!

    A travel blog entry by wiscampsin on May 21, 2014

    95 photos

    ... the rain and headed back to Lodgepole Campground. On the way back, we saw a bear just off the side of the road! The excitement! We pulled over, only to get soaked again as we stood in the rain watching the mama bear at the base of the tree with her two cubs climbing above. It was such a beautiful sight. Back at the Scamp, Husb cooked me some delicious pesto pasta with shrimp and proceeded to beat me very badly in Rummy. A birthday I will never forget, ...

    Selfie in Sequoia

    A travel blog entry by hayley.hikes on May 17, 2014

    4 comments, 8 photos

    ... too nervous to camp, but looking back I totally should have. The hotel was fine but it was expensive and there were PLENTY of campsites just outside the park. When I arrived in Sequoia I noticed that even some of the campsites in the park weren't full, even though the internet has said they were. Next time, I will be even more brave and just camp, even if I'm alone. Austin always asks me "What is the best that could happen?" I try to remember this when I travel!

    I Kept Looking for Paul Bunyan!

    A travel blog entry by beattyfamily on May 09, 2014

    32 photos

    ... the sequoia trees, they are truly magnificent to behold. The size of a single tree is unreal. We even drove "Vincent" through a fallen tree. Sequoia might be my new favorite park. Because as we learned, sequoia trees need a very moist environment to grow so everything is very green. Walking among the towering trees on the mountainside today while the clouds literally rolled by was amazing. The kids enjoyed hiking among the ...

    Day 24 Giant beautiful Sequoias!!!!! and bear cub

    A travel blog entry by drhammer on Mar 05, 2014

    34 photos

    ... It was really cool to see all the rock formations and the metal baskets with pine trees in them that are baby fish beds when the water is at its normal level. Abby and Scrappy loved it and were running around all crazy, then we realized that Abby was getting covered in burrs. She went swimming, I think in an attempt to remove them to no avail. Dave fished as I walked with the dogs back to the truck. I found an old plastic Walmart bag stuck on some brush near the water so I ...