Orleans Trail Resort Marina
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- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Family rooms
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Conference facilities
TripAdvisor Reviews Orleans Trail Resort Marina Stockton
Travel Blogs from Stockton
... limestone aggregate pathway. Started with the shady Overlook Loop but there was too much greenery to see more than occasional glimpses of the lake. Came back on the main trail in 80+ degree full sun. Thank goodness RT was parked in the shade, pleasant to sit here overlooking the lake with a cool breeze. Headed back to the campground for a ...
... Walnut Products Company, located just a short block from the city park and festival. Hammons is the only black walnut processor in the U.S. People in eleven states collect black walnuts from the wild and sell them to Hammons at one of 200+ collection sites. Most of the walnut shells are removed before weighing at the collection sites. The Stockton facility is where the black walnuts are ...
... s Black Walnut Fest. Then drove over the Stockton Dam which was constructed in the 1960's to provide hydroelectric power and flood control. My home for the next three nights is Crabapple Cove, an Army Corps of Engineers' campground. It is right on the east side of the lake, across from the dam. And my campsite is right across the street from the lake... perfect for $8.00 per night including ...
... you I have a 10 inch file at home of places in TX to visit! On the road again, we trudged onward toward the north, crossing into OK. If you've never driven through OK, ever so often, there is a sign announcing which Indian Nation you are entering. As we drove along, we decided that the Creek Nation must not get as much money from their casinos since their roads were not as well maintained as the Choctaws or Cherokees. ...
... through beautiful rolling farmlands... very green and more trees than expected. Beef cattle, lots of horses, huge tractors, windmills, and quaint little towns. Spring is just arriving here... leaves popping out, fields being plowed. It feels like we have gone back in time for 2 months.
Gas is close to $4/gallon, with diesel a little cheaper. It is weird that premium is cheaper than regular, because ...