Hunter's Hot Springs Resort

Address: 18088 N. Rt. 395, Lakeview, Oregon, 97630, United States | Resort
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This resort, located on 18088 N. Rt. 395, Lakeview, is near Pueblo Mountains and Lakeview Out-and-Back.
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    Travel Blogs from Lakeview


    A travel blog entry by tourdemark on Aug 15, 2015

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    ... a slow grind and, with a headwind, extremely frustrating. Alright Highfield Plains, where are your bl@$*y plains?

    But eventually I reached Buchanan gas station and an Indian museum and gallery which was quite interesting. After a rest stop there, to my surprise I found that the road was all flat plains, all the way to Burns. The wind even died down. Feeling much better I passed through Burns and found a campground at Hines.

    The manager of the park at ...

    Trespassing is distressing

    A travel blog entry by juanfontes on Sep 24, 2014

    5 photos

    ... gt;<li>I spent the night in a parking lot that night because i couldn't find a rest stop and I paid for that mistake when one Nevada's finest woke me up early in the morning and was about to take me for trespassing and I explained the whole situation and the police officer let me ...

    The Middle of Nowhere!

    A travel blog entry by sloancat on Aug 03, 2014

    9 photos

    ... It's about 130 miles from Burns, Oregon. The terrain really changes along the way.

    We got to Junipers Reservoir RV Resort, just outside of Lakeview, Oregon, around Noon. Before going to the RV park, we stopped at Safeway for more bottled water and a couple other things.

    Once you ...

    With a little help from my friends....

    A travel blog entry by stevelaskey on Jun 08, 2014


    ... time and it ain't cheap. I usually charge $25 a gallon, but seeing as your pedalin, I'll make it just $20." Not knowing what to say, I just brought my bike over and started pulling out empties. Four full bottles and a foldable water pouch later, I asked what the charge would be. Marty just laughed real loud. Seems he was pulling my leg. At the time, I was ready and willing to pay the $20.

    That got me through ...

    Shasta, Bald Eagles, Magpies and Marmots

    A travel blog entry by griesenj on May 23, 2014

    28 photos

    Our saga continues on our trip around the USA. After a 10-day stay in the McKinleyville, CA area, we pulled up stakes and headed north on California 299. But not before some scrambling to get things in working order.
    During the 10-day stay, we had a great time visiting Katie Emerson and her boyfriend/room mate Luke. There was much to do as you know college students, they're busy with classes, projects, papers and work. The ...