Paradise Springs

Address: 52770 Road 632, Oakhurst, California, 93644, United States | Ranch
 
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Location

This ranch, located on 52770 Road 632, Oakhurst, is near Yosemite Sightseeing Tours.
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        Travel Blogs from Oakhurst

        Back to Yosemite

        A travel blog entry by jobyn on Sep 19, 2015

        14 photos

        ... yes, the cache placer was right it WAS protected by spider webs. We explored a closed camping ground, and Bill and Margie were very impressed with the US state and national park amenities - a tap, power and often a sewage inlet as well as a picnic table and a fire place. I think they'd like to come back in a small RV....

        After picking up some minor groceries at the cool fishing store - it was a general store in one half and the other half was ...

        The long and winding road

        A travel blog entry by jobyn on Sep 18, 2015

        15 photos

        ... drove through a tunnel, we came into sunshine and a small traffic jam as cars in both lanes tried to enter the Tunnel View car park.

        This was the site where the first Euro-Americans saw the Yosemite Valley, and we can understand why the Mariposa Battalion were awe inspired. Even in late summer with no waterfalls running it was beautiful.

        Oh, and quickly on the Mariposa militia, basically it was a mob who was out to hunt Indians whose main crime was living on ...

        Day 20 - House hunt & Yosemite

        A travel blog entry by dcbrown on Sep 11, 2015

        Today we didn't do a whole bunch as we wanted to spend as much time as possible just searching the internet for rentals in Vail.

        We headed to a nearby free park so we could get cleaned up and have breakfast however we noticed a bunch of ash constantly falling down on us. It turns out there was a big forest fire nearby to where we were in Sequoia Park which we are assuming ...

        Yosemite National Park: Beauty Beyond Belief

        A travel blog entry by garylesser on Aug 26, 2015

        1 comment, 21 photos

        ... Squaw Valley and Heavenly Valley in the Lake Tahoe area.

        To get to Mammoth Mountain, you pass through Mammoth Lakes, the only incorporated town in Mono County. Mammoth Lakes is the site of today’s family reunion. We’re meeting Dave’s 23-year-old son, Nathan, for breakfast at The Stove, a popular hangout.

        Nathan, an Orange County resident nearly his entire life (spent a couple of years in St. Louis, a million ...

        Day 66 - Two Parks, Big Trees, and a Bigger Rock

        A travel blog entry by rickr53 on Jul 28, 2015

        51 photos

        ... and get their width or diameter, from sharing a root structure with a bunch of trees. The Sequoias are much redder, shorter than redwoods but are much wider and are singular trees. The Sequoias we saw at Grants Grove were huge, but unfortunately, unlike Redwood National Park, the Kings Canyon National Park trails all had fences around the Sequoias so you couldn't really get close to them.
        We watched the film at the Visitors ...