The Glen

987 Tahoe Blvd., Incline Village, Nevada, 89450, United States | Resort

Travel Blogs from Incline Village

Visiting with the Grand Girls

A travel blog entry by sandi.beach


Just a few notes before signing off. I'm nearly home.

Most of the campsites located near a freeway are often also located near train tracks. Depending on how sound travels, I hear freeway traffic and/or train whistles at night.

I had to laugh the night I stayed at the Best Western when, snuggled into a comfy king size bed with six marshmallow-soft pillows,I heard a train ...

Cousin Catch-up & Tasty Tuesday

A travel blog entry by wordmom


This was our shortest travel day yet. Only took a little over an hour to get from Reno to the quaint little town of Gardnerville. Looking forward to 2 days hanging with Harry's Godmom Ginny, her husband Shane, kids Alicia, Max, Sarah, my namesake Tina & Jessie. My cousin Ginny is one of the most creative teachers and moms I know! During summer break the weekdays have a theme and we were lucky enough to be here ...


A travel blog entry by suewelsch


We awoke to rain, which made preparing the trailer for its last day out a bit hard for John, who had to dump the tanks. I took a photo of the RV park, which sits at the base of some beautiful cliffs. We looked out on these cliffs. Fortunately, the rain broke for a few minutes and I was able to get a nice photo.

We began our short trip home with a goal to make it before the Niner game began at ...


A travel blog entry by tbasler


... Deadwood, Grand Tetons, Mt Rushmore, Crazy Horse, and throw in the unexpected Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. All a taste of America! Staying with the family in Seattle turned into an ideal situation. The Lake Pleasant RV park was convenient to the kids, friends and family for some great get togethers at our home. Having a home there was perfect. Hopefully we plan to go back and spend a longer time and enjoy a less rushed visit. Our ...

Mono Lake, Bodie and Tahoe

A travel blog entry by rrsjcs


... Praying not to get a puncture (and probably in breach of our car hire policy), we eventually came upon the ghost town that is Bodie. Peaking at the height of a gold boom in the mid 19th century, fires and diminishing returns gradually killed off the town - at one stage having a population of 10,000. About 5% of the town's buildings still remain, uninhabited and locked in time, abandoned as if evacuated and never reopened. The town store still has ...


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5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding

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