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Emerald Bay State Park Lake Tahoe (California), CA 0.9 mi away
We were here on two different occasions, first we hiked from D.L. Bliss state park to Emerald Bay via the Rubicon trail, this is an easy trail although it can be long if you walk back to your car like we did (clos...
The Emerald Bay car park was full,but a short drive back along the highway brought us to Inspiration Point which gave amazing views of the Bay and its opening into the wider lake.
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Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park Incline Village, NV
The Nevada State Park has Sand Harbor for wonderful venues (including the Shakespeare and Broadway festivals) a great beach at Sand Harbor and also secluded beaches needing a hike down.....but more than worth the...
Outstanding park-beaches, trail around point with vista, picnic area, beaches
Sand Harbor Incline Village, NV
Awesome State Park to relax, walk and do what ever you wish outdoors.
The stone formations are gorgeous and the small nature trail gives lot's of info about the lake and the flora/fauna in the area.
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Eagle Falls Trail Tahoe City, CA
The altitude can be a factor but setting your own pace is easy and there are plenty of opportunities to rest, catch your breath and take in the amazing works of mother nature.
We were able to park and enjoy the trail without too much of a crowd, though by the time we descended around 10, it was a different story!
The park rangers are so helpful, knowledgeable and friendly, and the Visitor Center is neatly organized, and with some movies and exhibits explaining the history of this area!
The Donner Memorial Park and China Cove Trail is an easy 2.7 mile loop that leads to spectacular views of Donner Lake and en excellent return leg through a wooded area.
Diamond Peak Ski Resort Incline Village, NV
if you love nature and in all its glory, you cant miss here.. winters are hoppin with skiers and summer is hoppin with hikers.. this is the true meaning of life, to enjoy the most beautiful of what nature has to o...
Parking was a bit hectic, as we had to park downhill but Diamond Peak provided a free tram to bring us to the lodge.
Northstar California Truckee, CA
Parking was well coordinated and the shuttle system from our car park to mountain base quick, efficient and very friendly bus drivers - at both ends of the day.
There are many trails in the area to see the beauty of Lake Tahoe and enjoy nature.
Squaw Valley Ski Area Olympic Valley, CA
Sightseeing Package: Nature Hike at High Camp, Nice Late Lunch, Great Photography
I also liked the entry-level terrain parks that had some instructional signs; they were a great way to build up my son's confidence (this was only his third ski trip).
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The parks and beaches are very nice if you wanted to spend the day on the lake.
Very nice park areas with picnic tables.
Alpine Meadows Tahoe City, CA
Alpine Meadows is a fun place - lots of different levels of terrain, fast chair lifts, lines that move quickly at busy times, terrain parks, and friendly staff.
I love alpine, they have a pretty good park that is maintained pretty well.
Commons Beach Park Tahoe City, CA
This beach park is one of best hidden gems on lake tahoe, newly constructed with lots of vista, picnic tables hidden around among the trees, small theater for concerts, restrooms, cobble stone-wooden-stone walking...
There is a large beach area, a park with playground equipment, clean permanent bathrooms, clean portable bathrooms, and the beautiful Lake tahoe.
Tahoe Donner Truckee, CA
The park itself had bands and food and different things to do with a low entry fee.
Sugar Pine State Park California 9.6 mi away
For a small park fee you get to play in the water away from the crowds, see an amazing mansion and experience what lake life was like at the turn of the century.
The park has cabins for rent, food is available, lovely beach for swimming and boating, and hiking trails.
Burnt Cedar Beach Incline Village, NV
There's a park which they enjoyed playing in and there's a beautiful beach.
This private resident facility rivals most resort beach parks.
This is a free park service/forest service maintained trail loop just below the Mt. Rose summit going toward Incline Village.
Incline Beach Incline Village, NV
dotted with public & private parks, spectacular views of snow- capped mountains on the south shore, endless Cobalts hooked up to buoys, the occasional private dock, plus geese and their broods marching up and down...
Yhey also have a boat beach wher you can park your boat.
D.L. Bliss State Park Lake Tahoe (California), CA 10.7 mi away
Rather than fight the parking at Emerald Bay, go into Bliss enjoy the park, outstanding beach area and hike a short distance on the Rubicon Trail to Emerald Bay.
If you start from the trail head at Bliss State Park it is a moderate hike mostly along the crystal blue shores of Lake Tahoe.
Sugar Bowl Resort Norden, CA
I’ve heard that parking lots get full quite fast so is best to come in as early as you can (no later than 9:00-9:30 in my opinion) Nature also did his part with beautiful scenery and perfect ski conditions!
With the smoothest creative skate style parks and fast lifts it's easy to progress real fast and learn from watching amazing talent cruise by.
... the bank in the process, Boreal is for sure the place to go! Awesome mountain that caters to experienced shredders with an awesome park set up, and new people just trying to learn to ride with mellow runs also.
If you're you are thinking of heading their for the terrain parks, maybe reconsider.
Meeks Bay Beach Tahoma, CA
While both are nice I highly recommend the state park as this side of the Beach limits people based on parking.
The 1st belongs to the National Parks and is $8 for the day.
We had a great, safe, and rewarding time in the trees, zipping, climbing, and hanging out at the relatively new terrain park at Granlibakken.
Shirley Lake Trail Squaw Valley, CA 1.5 mi away
Lots of great nature and scenery here for this walking trail.
Park at Squaw and make the journey across the parking lot.
Secret Cove Beach Incline Village, NV
if you arrive early enough, you can park at Secret Harbor lot and walk south along dirt roads/trails to this cove and other beaches.
We we're able to park in the lot...
Truckee Bike Park Truckee, CA
It's tucked between Highway 267, the Truckee River, and the sports park - a little hard to see from 267, but easily accessible from the highway, or (by bike!) from the paved Legacy Trail that runs along the Trucke...
This is an incredible bike park for dirt biking enthusiasts of all ages (and I do mean ALL ages ... as I've seen little ones on strider bikes as well as dads who are doing tricks, probably stretching beyond what t...