Although in a remote area it is a great location for long day trips to see a diiferent side of California. Long possible day trips include Yosmite NP, Sequoia NP , Mojave Desert, and Joshua Tree NP. For rail fans the Loop is internationally famous. And, this is the vegetable and fruit producing area of our country. Fascinating to see miles and miles of planted crops with so many varieties. Also possible to drive less than an hour to Lancaster, take a less than two hour train to downtown LA, visit and return. So remote, yes, but much to do.
The resort itself is nice, but about what I expect for timeshare units. My only complaint, the layout (single bedroom unit) was awkward. Single bath with two doors and a long, difficult to use hallway between the bath and bedroom. The kitchen appliances were reduced size (could not rinse a dinner plate without splashing water everywhere) and dishware and other cooking items were minimal.
Staff was friendly and helpful. Room service was available three days a week. Some activities, but not as many as at some timeshares
- Also Known As:
- Stallion Springs Hotel Tehachapi