Surprise Valley Hotsprings

Address: 67254 Highway 299, Cedarville, California, 96104, United States | Resort
 
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This resort, located on 67254 Highway 299, Cedarville, is near Sea Ranch Golf Course and Applegate-Lassen Trail.
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    Travel Blogs from Cedarville

    In the Heat of the Moment

    A travel blog entry by trackingdj on Jun 28, 2015

    3 comments

    ... up at it's grandeur as I walk around. Maybe I will get a chance to climb it.  I got a new pair of shoes the other day. My third pair of the walk. I had thought my feet were tough and I wouldn't need to worry about breaking them in, but instead they have been a pain for the past few days. My feet have been aching in the afternoons and there is rubbing in places where the calluses have disappeared. ...

    Eagle Lake

    A travel blog entry by ktholin on Jun 23, 2015

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... size.

    This is normally a popular lake for fishing. However, in the 4 days we were there, I didn't see one boat in the water. The docks on the nearby marina were literally on the ground overgrown with foot high weeds. Still, this remains a beautiful lake, and this was by far of the best campsites we have been to.

    From here our plan from here is to explore nearby Lassen Volcanic National Park and Crater Lake in Oregon.


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    A Land of Turbulence and Betrayal

    A travel blog entry by rvhavingfun on May 31, 2015

    11 photos

    ... which was once an island in Tule Lake. There are over 5,000 individual petroglyphs here, but the few we saw were worn away. There was a trail that may have led us to more, but it was closed to protect nesting birds. We had better luck seeing the pictographs at the cave entrances to Big Cave and Symbol Cave.

    The area of Lost River, Tule Lake, and Lava Beds is the land of the Modoc Indians. We walked the ...

    No Sleep - 4 Days Till We Leave

    A travel blog entry by klamathkim on Apr 09, 2015

    I thought I had everything under control. I guess that was my first mistake. Every little thing has been waking me up and once I wake up the brain takes over and I don't go back to sleep. Trying to get work finished, clients taken care of, lists made, all work handed over to the person taking care of my business, wondering about the pets, schedules, bills being paid, etc. ...

    Dry Run

    A travel blog entry by the-expedition on Dec 18, 2014

    4 photos

    ... morning we drove south along Hwy 31 - called the Oregon Outback which had us in rain and snow for over 209 miles. Beautiful snow and good roads. Although we planned to stay in Likely,CA the park was closed due to snow, so we motored on to Susanville to see my family. Then headed back to Wilton over Hwy 80 and more new snow. Very spectacular views and the rig worked very well. The cat liked it ...