Timbercrest Inn

Address: 52560 Highway 97, La Pine, Oregon, 97739-9706, United States | Motel
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This motel is located on 52560 Highway 97, La Pine.
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        Travel Blogs from La Pine


        A travel blog entry by agoard on Sep 20, 2014

        1 comment, 5 photos

        ... welcoming, large sites, wonderful landscaping, individual private bathrooms with showers, swimming pool, hot tub, workout room, large casino, entertainment and great food. Three days of relaxation. (Jeff made it to two days before getting itchy feet but we managed to hold him down - it is times like this when he questions democracy!!)) We turn north tomorrow towards Portland, east through the Columbia River Gorge and then north to home. Probably take three ...

        La Pine

        A travel blog entry by samlocke3 on Oct 10, 2013

        11 photos

        In true get-your-money's-worth style, we stuffed our faces at breakfast and carried away a little bundle of muffins with us. Hitting the road we set off for Oregon. It was another pretty boring drive, no particularly special scenery, and by early afternoon we had had enough and pulled in at La Pine State Park.

        We found a camp spot, pitched up and set off for a walk. We ...

        A lake, in a crater... Crater Lake!!

        A travel blog entry by kayjayjay on Jul 09, 2013

        2 photos

        ... twisties made for a much smoother ride. Equally the bike was happy enough sitting in 6th at 70mph on the highway.

        Crater Lake itself is stunning, sitting at 6000 feet above sea level the lake sits in a crater. This crater was formed following a volcanic explosion which saw the weight of the volcano, Mazama, fall in on itself. There is no spring to fill this lake, nor is there any outlet. The lake's water levels ...

        A day of two halves.

        A travel blog entry by kayjayjay on Jul 07, 2013

        8 photos

        ... the UK we would call these birds of prey. Raptors are often seen in the Oregon sky wheeling on thermals, using minimal energy to stay afloat. Having seen many bird of prey shows before this one took a similar tack to most but had a slightly wilder feel about it as it was staged in a woodland clearing rather than the more usual amphitheatre type setting.

        The curator presenting talked about the birds, where they could be found, their eating and sleeping habits and any specific ...

        Bikes and Beer... again

        A travel blog entry by kayjayjay on Jul 06, 2013

        3 photos

        ... this motorcycling lark and the personal growth it brings with it.

        Having had one full day out on the bikes we were invited to join in a neighbourhood/family get together in the evening.

        This was a perfect taste of rural Oregon coming together to celebrate community and as an outsider it was a privilege to be asked to join in... even if we had planned on just dropping in to show our faces before heading off... 4 hours later and with a ...