Rio Sierra Riverhouse

Address: 41997 Sierra Dr, Three Rivers, California, 93271, United States | Villa
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This villa, located on 41997 Sierra Dr, Three Rivers, is near Giant Forest, Kings Canyon, Crystal Cave, and Grant Grove.
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    Travel Blogs from Three Rivers

    Day Eighteen

    A travel blog entry by cathyjanu on Sep 03, 2014

    3 comments, 11 photos

    ... raisins mostly), and some grapes for wine. We saw many orchards of a tree that we don’t recognize and even after looking it up online, we aren’t sure what it is. We think it may be olive trees, but we are going to ask tomorrow.

    We arrived at our campground and were pleasantly surprised. It is on a river and is nice and shady. Plus there is ************e here. We took the dogs down to the river and they loved it. Mike and John got in ...

    Sequoia National Park

    A travel blog entry by clendenens on May 15, 2014

    11 photos

    ... by my count there were over a million), but Iris loved going down (and back up) them in the stroller. The "easy" hike was a little tougher for me.

    Heading out of the park, I made a slight misjudgement on the length of the route. Iris was ready for a nap, and I figured we could drive on through the park and through King's Canyon to the north, then loop back around to our campground and give her time for a good nap. Well, ...

    Sequoia and Kings Canyon Parks

    A travel blog entry by psandefur on May 14, 2014

    1 comment, 45 photos

    ... the Preakness and the end of the Indy 500 qualifying (remember we are 3 hours earlier)..

    SUNDAY 5/18- We wanted to take the most southerly entrance into the park so we went up Mineral King Road. This was a treacherous road, at some places barely wide enough for one car and had no guardrails and it was unbelievable how many people lived on this 10 mile stretch. We went over the East Fork River on this old bridge and noticed a long flume. The Ranger at the Foothill station ...

    Much better today!

    A travel blog entry by samandken on Dec 31, 2013

    3 comments, 2 photos

    ... it to the pumpkin bridge near sequoia national park, we found a cute little room with river views and decided to stay the night. Dropped off our gear and ducked up into the park, we could only go as far as hospital rock as it was going to be dark soon. Just magnificent, the Indians that lived here weren't shot or moved out by force they were all killed out by small pox and measles. They lived a lot from the acorns that ...

    King Canyon, Sequoia National Parks and more Trees

    A travel blog entry by tery_augusto on Sep 10, 2013

    8 photos

    Since we missed the sign on the way into Yosemite, I wanted a picture on the way out. In order to reach King Canyon and Sequoia parks from Yosemite, we drove through the "center" of California, at least that's what the sign in the small town said. I don't know if it was the center or not, but it sure does look like it grows every fruit, vegetable and nut imaginable. Having fairly limited access to fresh fruits and vegetables, I made Augusto stop at a couple and we loaded up ...