Highland Springs Resort and Conference Center

Address: 10600 Highland Springs Avenue, Cherry Valley, California, 92223, United States | Resort
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This resort, located on 10600 Highland Springs Avenue, Cherry Valley, is near Riley's Farm, Riley's Log Cabin and Farm, Oak Valley Golf Club, and Willowbrook Farm.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Highland Springs Resort and Conference Center Cherry Valley

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Cherry Valley

    Singing through the snow

    A travel blog entry by mckpct on May 15, 2015

    ... San Gabriel (all in SoCal.) attract up to 40 million people each year, while 20 million of 33 million of California's population lives in SOCAL. And most of the LWCF go to Northern California's wilderness parks. So Jose's main objective is to alert people of this unbalance in Wilderness Park Funds and lobby for more action, conservation groups, and money to protect his neck of the ...


    A travel blog entry by mckpct on May 10, 2015

    ... here for 4 days now...go figure lol. I only stay to say hello, share greetings, take some pics, fill up water and I head back for the trail...no more water by the end of my hike day. so I am grumpy, cursing at the trail, feeling weak, and suddenly I see a....WATER CACHE, over 50 gallons of fresh, clean, potable water....i cry with joy, drink myself to death. set up camp and sleep nicely before my hike to Idyllwild the next ...

    Palm Springs

    A travel blog entry by jan-pete-cycle on Feb 19, 2015

    6 photos

    ... the short drive to the other side of Palm Springs to the aerial tramway at Chino Canyon which goes up 8500ft. The gondola is amazing as it rotates as it climbs so you see the rock walls of the canyon on one side and the desert and City way below as you ascend, the swaying as it goes over each support is quite something too. When we did this on our first trip there was a lot of snow at the top and we couldn't go out as we didn't have ...

    Eating and snoozing

    A travel blog entry by neilcard1 on Jan 20, 2015

    5 photos

    Jim and I ate at Babes, bet you can guess what they specialize in.

    We also had a great Indian buffet lunch at Monsoon's complete with Kingfisher beer.

    After me and the boys decided it was nap time.

    A couple of other pics that are explained in the captions.

    Till next time.

    Do You Say "Trailer Park" or "RV Park"?

    A travel blog entry by robertjohncook1 on Jul 02, 2014

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    ... I think it's more politically correct to call them Recreational Vehicle Parks---so that's today's plan. In our final days in Nanaimo we met several friends who have wintered at "California's Largest RV Park" in Hemet. The drive from Palm Springs to Hemet takes us closer to the ocean, farther from the deser and into relatively comfortable temperatures. The RV Park is quite the complex---Golden Village it's called and it ...