Bonnie Springs Ranch was originally built in 1843 as a stopover for the wagon trains going to California down the Old Spanish Trail. In 1846, General Fremont, on his way to California, stopped at what is now Bonnie Springs Ranch to gear up for his trip through Death Valley. Since 1952, the ranch has been used as a tourist attraction. Often called "an oasis in the desert", where you can stop for a cool drink of spring water. Today the grounds are a delight for locals and tourists alike. There is a fine dinner house and a quaint cocktail lounge. We have a wide variety of animals for you to see in our zoo. Both native and non-native, including Simba the Canadian Lynx and our beautiful wolves. We have a large stable of horses for your riding pleasure, pony rides for the kids and an adorable motel with fireplace rooms and Jacuzzi tubs.
Ad #: 90414
Asking: $14488 Or Best Offer
Rental: $790 Negotiable
Located along Florida's famed Gold Coast, Palm Beach Shores Resort provides the ultimate getaway, packed with nonstop excitement. Relax on t"
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Located three miles south of Myrtle Beach, Plantation Resort of Myrtle Beach is only one mile from the Atlantic Ocean beaches. With nearly 100 g"
Ad #: 10256586
Asking: $7682 Or Best Offer
Divi Flamingo Beach Resort gives the dive enthusiast the best of all possible worlds. It is"
Ad #: 89609
Asking: $14500 Negotiable
The resort is situated in the Berkshire Mountains, a region known for its cultural attractions. Among them are
Ad #: 98768
Bedrooms: 2 Lockout
Usage: Biennial Odd Years
Set on one of Florida's most scenic lakes, Westgate Lakes features comfortable resort villas with such amenities as a full kitchen, screened porch "