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Squaw Valley Travel Tips
Squaw Valley Cabins Can Keep You Comfortable
When you are heading on vacation, you don't to be rushed or crowded. Unfortunately, you can feel both of these sensations when you choose to stay in a hotel. Many hotels shove as many people as they can in a small area. Instead, choosing Squaw Valley cabins allows you to spread out and have a little more time to relax. With Squaw Valley lodging, you will never feel pressured by those around you to move faster, and you'll never be cramped in a small elevator with too many other people. These vacation homes offer you all the amenities and freedoms of home, so you'll never feel cramped or rushed.
History in the Making
Near your Gold Country High Sierra vacation rentals, you will find a huge variety of historical sites. Many people have heard of the gold rush, but have they experienced it? Take a day trip from your Squaw Valley cabins and you will find not only Sutter Gold Mine, where you can actually tour a real gold mine, but you will also be able to head to Gold Country Museum, where you can see the history of the area, and even pan for gold yourself!
Ghosts in the Area?
There are a few historical buildings in the area that are said to be haunted. It is said that the Wyllie house, which was built in 1893, is haunted. Many think that it is the wife of Mr. Wyllie, who owned the home. The Murphys Historic Hotel also has a ghost, named Eleanor. With a wealth of old buildings in the area, it is no surprise to some that many of these are said to be haunted. Just don't get too scared - most likely, your Squaw Valley lodging is not haunted.