RV camping in Tahoe

This Alpine wonderland provides RVers with an abundance of outdoor activity.

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RV camping in Tahoe guide

Overview

Straddling the California-Nevada border between Sacramento and Reno, the Tahoe region is easily accessible for RVers traveling on Interstate 80 or Highway 50. There’s Lake Tahoe, of course, the star of the Sierra Nevada where you can kayak, swim, relax on sandy beaches, rent a boat, or launch your own in lakefront hubs like Tahoe City and South Lake Tahoe. More recreation awaits on the hiking and biking trails of Tahoe National Forest and Eldorado National Forest, home to many small lakes that offer quieter environments. For regional history, visit the Gold Rush town of Nevada City or Donner Memorial State Park in Truckee. To the south, Grover Hot Springs State Park offers a warm place to soak your weary muscles. In the winter, the region turns to snow sports at ski resorts like Kirkwood and Palisades (formerly Squaw Valley). A handful of RV parks and campgrounds stay open in the winter but be prepared for road closures in snowy weather. 

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