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I must start with an admission...I can not comment on cost of this camp ground as we were guest. And it is only fair that I make it clear that I am not a camping kind of person. Now that we have that out of...More
My sister and I stayed here for 2 nights during our Road Trip through Lake Tahoe. We stayed in a Tent Cabin, #3-"Gentle Jeffrey". A few things about the tent cabin section is that they are close to each other (we had cool neighbors so...More
We stayed here without a reservation in June. We could walk across the street to the lake and we also walked to a restaurant. Lake Tahoe will be busy and noisy even in the winter. The restrooms are rather gross.
The campground itself was beautiful, with a view on Lake Tahoe. We had no reservation, campground was supposed to be full, but we still got a spot. Thanks to staff! The restrooms were really disgusting! Also the shop was closed for more than a year,...More
Beautiful park across the street from the lake that is incredibly noisy. Traffic, traffic and more traffic day and night. At 6:30 to 7am in the morning, even on Sunday music blared from loud speakers across the street. Bike paths in town are broken and...More
Campground by the Lake-owned and operated by the City of South Lake Tahoe has 50 hookup spots and 120 spots without hookups. Tons of fun for the whole family, we are 2.3 miles away from the stateline on the California side. We are directly across route 50 from El Dorado Beach, a popular South Shore destination. We have shops and restuarants within walking distance and public transportation east to the Stateline (Casinos, Heavenly Village) and west all the way to Emerald Bay.
I stayed there 6 mos. ago and drove by first, then was told I had to book a site online. The campground is large and has many sections. Some have water and electric, some are primitive. I was tent camping and booked a... More
I stayed there 6 mos. ago and drove by first, then was told I had to book a site online. The campground is large and has many sections. Some have water and electric, some are primitive. I was tent camping and booked a site near the bathroom and a water spigot, so it was more convenient. I cannot recall the reservation process, but I do remember paying $36 and they took a deposit on my credit card. I stayed to the left of the office, section F. If you can see the map, pick whatever meets your needs. I selected each one to view them all. The map was accurate. Almost all sites were good. You just need to reserve one. I stayed end of June and it was almost full so I'm glad I got any spot. It's run by the city, so not a private park, but covered in large pine trees, so it feels like a bit of nature. Access to everything is good too. I stayed 2 nights and enjoyed hiking, walking the beach and the nearby restaurants. Good luck!
I've never heard of 'day camping', but there is a library on the east side of the campground with a free parking lot for day parking. There is also a lakeside park with a parking lot about a mile north and west of the... More
I've never heard of 'day camping', but there is a library on the east side of the campground with a free parking lot for day parking. There is also a lakeside park with a parking lot about a mile north and west of the campground, also free. The casinos probably wouldn't care if you parked and opened up your awning and chairs, for free. Sorry, but you might need to call the campground for more specifics.
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"Would choose an interior site as ones along the road are a bit noisy"