Western Holiday Lodge Three Rivers

Address: 40105 Sierra Dr, Three Rivers, California, 93271-9745, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located on 40105 Sierra Dr, Three Rivers, is near Sequoia Sightseeing Tours, Grant Grove, Mount Whitney Trail, and Trail Crest.
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        • Swimming pool


        • Free High-Speed Internet
        • Free parking
        • Pets allowed


        • Continental Breakfast

        TravelPod Member ReviewsWestern Holiday Lodge Three Rivers

        Reviewed by hayley.hikes

        Large and Clean room

        Reviewed May 17, 2014
        by (3 reviews) Teasdale , United States Flag of United States

        The continental breakfast was good and the room was large. This hotel was within walking distance of the river and a few places to eat. The room was clean, I would stay there again if camping wasn't an option.

        This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

        TripAdvisor Reviews Western Holiday Lodge Three Rivers

        2.50 of 5 stars Fair

        Travel Blogs from Three Rivers

        Bear necessities of life

        A travel blog entry by alicebeetle on Sep 17, 2015

        35 photos

        ... nothing at all.

        Back at base camp, we were early enough to have a much needed bath and hairwash. The water was piping hot and I sank into it with extreme pleasure. Time to relax and feast on all the good things we had seen and done during the day.
        It was all going swimmingly well, when without warning, the light went off, leaving me in total blackness.

        Visiting the Nation’s Christmas Tree

        A travel blog entry by garylesser on Aug 27, 2015

        2 comments, 15 photos

        ... to everyone driving up the Generals Highway into Sequoia National Park from the south.

        For the next 10 miles from Moro Rock south, the road is probably the twistiest, baddest, steepest alpine thrill ride I’ve ever been on. There are dozens of well-marked hairpin turns so tight that I get well acquainted with first gear all the way down. This marks my fourth trip on this road and my knuckles are still ashen white.


        Sequoia National Park & Sequoia trees

        A travel blog entry by dorothystokes on Aug 07, 2014

        1 comment, 34 photos

        ... Californian oranges in the foothills. These mountains do get snow on them in winter.

        Entered the Sequoia National Park. Two stops, one at the General Grant giant sequoia tree and then the General Sermon – giant trees with very red rough bark. 250t tall and 30 ft across the trunk. They can survive forest fires and ...

        Happy Birthday Love!

        A travel blog entry by wiscampsin on May 21, 2014

        95 photos

        ... our backdrop.
        From Moro Rock, we hopped on Bear Hill Trail towards Big Trees Trail, our last hike of the day. Despite the name "Bear" Hill, we did not encounter any bears. The hike was uneventful and we were pretty tired when we reached Big Trees Trail. It was a short paved loop, under a mile, and the perfect relaxing ending to our day. The trail winds around the edge of a meadow with sequoias surrounding it on all sides. The day involved around ...


        A travel blog entry by wendalex on Feb 28, 2014

        2 comments, 14 photos

        ... precious. We didn't find the General Grant but we did see some really huge redwoods. The peace and quiet of these ancient groves is now tempered with a feeling of sadness as the evidence of the loggers still remain laying all around.

        We climbed back in the car and continued along the road through the park. The brief glimpses through the trees showed us a beautiful vista of thickly forested valleys stretching away in to the distance. The first pioneers ...