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Recent Three Rivers reviews

  • jill

    "Awesome! Beautiful area and rooms, had everything we needed and lots of extras (tubes for the river, books and games, etc.). Very clean and that is a big issue for me! Quick access to Sequoia National Park. Definitely will be back and hope to take the whole family."
    Guest: jill Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: September 9, 2016
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  • Wonderful Vacation Home

    "My husband and I spent 12 days hiking in Sequoia, Kings Canyon and Mineral King Parks. It was a pleasure to return to this great home. We started and ended our days sitting on the deck enjoying the view and the sound of the river below. The home was clean, well maintained and comfortable. The temperature ranged from 65 to the upper 90s when we were there and the home remained comfortable whatever the temperature. The kitchen had everything we needed to cook dinner and the Village Market had all the groceries we needed. I thought the prices were about the same as they are here in CT, So there was no sticker shock for us. Three rivers is a great little community. Everyone was very nice and friendly. We had a great time and I highly recommend this vacation rental property."
    Guest: carolct Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: September 5, 2016
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  • Breathtaking Getaway!

    "My family and I stayed and Steve & Elaine's place. I must say the view we woke up to was beautiful and laying out on the rafts for hours at a time was so relaxing. Overall the place had EVERYTHING we needed and then some. We definitely over packed. I would go here all year round if we could.I think what we loved the most was having the ability to NOT give the kids the WiFi password. It forced everyone OFF of social media and allowed us some true old fashion family time!! I HIGHLY recommend their place if your looking for some quality time with your kids or even just an adult getaway. :-)"
    Guest: Heidi J. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 25, 2016
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  • Beautiful, quiet, ideal (with only a few notations)

    "Crystal Cove delivers! This place is pretty much exactly as stated and was a beautiful, lush, well-appointed place where we stayed for five nights. It's beautiful inside and out, clean and pretty much has any amenity you could want. I can only hope to have a home like this sometime in the future. I do not have *real* complaints at all (hence the five stars) but I'd like to outline a few things you might want to consider, or at least know about ahead of time. These may or may not be issues for everyone -- so again, grain of salt time: INSIDE 1) In case you aren't totally clear when you book, this is the bottom part of a home in which the landlords are resident. They are not noisy; however, you will hear them walking above you and occasionally speaking. They are not up late, but if noise is a factor just consider this. 2) There is a refrigerator but it is much smaller than a typical one in a home. If you buy groceries be prepared that not all may fit. 3) Internet is terrific. It carries well outside and all the way down to the "island." 4) There's a wonderful cross-breeze you can get inside if you open the door next to the bed and the front door. We hardly needed the A/C at all. 5) There's a terrific selection of DVDs available. Some books. 6) No hairdryer. (Or at least I didn't find one.) 7) Toilet paper is of low-grade; if you're sensitive, bring your own. No tissues. OUTSIDE 1) While we had minimal issue with bugs, there were some mosquitoes. Down by the end of the island a large bush contains "meat bees" (aka yellowjackets). We were not stung, but they are curious buggers and are there pretty much all the time. 2) The water level is lovely for wading and sitting in with a book -- just rest against the rocks! But don't expect to go dunking or swimming; either it's always like this or the drought has lowered the river. Bring river shoes if you want to do a little exploring. The flumes on either side of the island are just above trickles. (Again, this may be due to the ongoing drought, and is subject to change.) 3) Grill works on propane and works fine. 4) Area is almost 100% quiet (other than the river water) but on weekends you may hear parties/people on the other side making noise. Again, not an issue if you're not noise-sensitive. BEYOND 1) We were told it gets very busy on the weekends up in the Sequoia/mountains areas, so weekdays are best. True! 2) If you want actual swimming in the river, try Slick Rock. Thank you for this!"
    Guest: Randee K. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: August 19, 2016
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