The Villa is our main lodge at Paradise Springs. It has seven cozy bedrooms and sleeps twenty. The Villa features a fully equipped, upscale kitchen, a large dining room that seats approximately fifty guests, and one full bathroom upstairs. Cuddle … Continue reading
Yosemite Rafting & Water Sports
We are so lucky to live and work near one of America’s most beautiful national parks. Here we share some warm weather activities to look forward to during your visit!
Stay cool on a warm day by spending some time down by the water. Whether you’re serious about fishing, or just serious about fun, the many rivers and lakes in Yosemite can provide just the right source of recreation.
Whether you are interested in lounging by the river or splashing at one of our swimming pools, at Yosemite, swimming is a restful and refreshing way to spend an afternoon.
The Park has spectacular fishing in both the front and backcountry. Yosemite Fishing licenses are available at select locations within the park.
- What’s In A Name? – Yosemite National Park (paradisespringsmountain.wordpress.com)
- Yosemite, Day 1, The Floor and Mist Trails. (ruairicassidy.wordpress.com)
- Yosemite sequoia grove to receive $24M restoration (sacbee.com)
- Yosemite Dazzling Visitors with Fall Color and Snow (prweb.com)
Contact Debby Wood, Paradise Springs Sales & Marketing Manager @ 559.642.2613 for more information. Family & Friends in Paradise… Whether you’re having a Family Reunion or a much needed Friends Getaway, Paradise Springs is the perfect place for your gathering. … Continue reading
Join us at this January’s Premier Bride Showplace! Sunday, January 5th, 2014 from 10-4 pm Tips: Plan In Advance – Make a list of what you will need most and what your budget will allow for each item and service. … Continue reading
Written by Anne Driscoll for Paradise Springs FAMILY & FRIENDS IN PARADISE… Whether you’re having a Family Reunion or a much needed Friends Getaway, Paradise Springs is the perfect place for your gathering. Paradise Springs is located between Oakhurst and … Continue reading
L.H. Bunnel, of the Mariposa Battalion, gave Yosemite it’s name in 1852. Yosemite comes from the Valley Miwok word for “Grizzly Bear” or “Killer.” It may seem surprising that a word with such a violent meaning was used as the name for this amazing landscape. The Native American people living in the area at the time actually called it “Awooni” which means “large mouth” because they thought the valley resembled a gaping mouth. Do you think this is a fitting name?
The tribe living within the valley was known as violent and were called ‘killers’ or ‘grizzles’ by the Miwoks, who feared them. This is where Bunnel got the word…
View original post 89 more words
Originally posted on A decade to Down Under:
Indian Flats to Oakhurst. 62 miles 6200ft climbing. We had left it open the night before as to what we would do today, depending on how we felt after our long day.…
On your wedding day, nothing sets the mood, stirs the emotions or touches the heart more than music. From the solemn, beautiful sounds of the ceremony, to the background melodies of the cocktail hour, to the lively dance tunes that … Continue reading
If you’re planning a wedding, you already know the Internet is a great resource. There’s a new player in the online wedding game, and it’s quickly becoming one of the most popular – Pinterest. On Pinterest.com, you can grab photos … Continue reading
There are many things to consider when choosing food for your event, retreat or family reunion. Are you cooking yourself? Hiring a caterer? Potluck? We’ve put together these tips for planning a menu to help you make choosing the right … Continue reading