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“Beautiful Area with Many Stops”

Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park
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Owner description: A number of areas for visitors along Lake Tahoe, with the most popular being Sand Harbor.
Reviewed 23 October 2013

Driving on State Hiway 28 along the eastern side of Lake Tahoe is a real treat in the fall. We stopped by Spooner Lake State Park and had great hike around the lake. Lots of birds and outstanding fall color. Easy hiking and biking but more challenges within the park area. Fall has to be the best time to visit. the color is spectacular and the crowds are smaller. Take you time. Much to enjoy.

Thank simon s
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Reviewed 11 October 2013

Spooner lake is by far our favorite hike at South Lake Tahoe. Right off Highway 50 on Highway 28 you come to a Nevada State Park called Spooner Lake. It costs $10 to enter. You can also park a little past the Highway 28 turnoff on the north side of 50 to access the lake. The trail from inside the state park is a 2 mile loop. It is spectacular especially in the fall when the trees start to turn color. You get beautiful yellows with some red and orange colors. The loop is a flat and easy hike. There are usually quite a few birds in the lake. The trails are dog friendly. Even though I have done the loop trail many times I always end up taking dozen of pictures. This hike and the hike from Stateline down to Nevada Beach are always my favorite short hikes at Tahoe.

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Reviewed 4 October 2013

A stark difference from the California side of North Lake Tahoe that is completely private property for the 20 miles we drove until we gave up. The Nevada side has overlooks and turnouts at many places along the way providing much scenic beauty for photo ops.

2  Thank rfkiii
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Reviewed 3 September 2013

This is a beautiful area right off the side of a perilous highway. There's limited parking but if you can find a spot, hike down to the boulders on the crystal blue water. You can't take a bad photo there.

Thank 3badboysAtlanta
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Reviewed 25 July 2013

We loved touring through Incline Village on the edge of Lake Tahoe! It was like visiting a little bit of Switzerland. The lake is gorgeous, and small beaches provided a nice respite to get out and touch a toe in the cool lake water. A beach bar served liquid refreshments and snacks, and you could just relax and breathe the pure, clean air.

Thank SusanNeuman
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