Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park

Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park


Location:Located on the northeast side of Lake Tahoe, between parcels of Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest (see entry in national forests chapter).
Facilities:2 primitive backcountry campsites (hike-in), picnic areas (é), group use areas, restrooms, nature trails (é), backcountry trails, ski trails, swimming beaches, boat launch facilities, concession services (seasonal bike and ski rentals, bike tours, snacks, cabin rentals), visitor center, scenic overlooks.
Activities:Boating, fishing, hunting (with restrictions), swimming, scuba diving, hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, cross-country skiing.
Special Features:Park consists of several different units, including Sand Harbor, Spooner Lake, Cave Rock, Memorial Point, and Hidden Beach. The majority of the park is backcountry, spanning 13,000 acres within the Carson Range, stretching north from Spooner Lake to Incline Village. The extensive backcountry trail system offers exceptional opportunities for hiking, biking, and horseback riding.
Address:PO Box 8867
Incline Village, NV 89452

Phone:775-831-0494
Fax:775-831-2514
Web: www.parks.nv.gov/lt.htm
Size: 14,242 acres.

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Easily accessible from Carson City, South Lake Tahoe, and Incline Village (each is only 10 to 12 miles away), Spooner Lake is one of the highlights of the 14,000-acre Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park.
Top, the view of Sand Harbor and the vast lake from the Tahoe Rim Trail as it slithers through Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park.

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