Bijou Community Park
A mile off Hwy 50 is Bijou Community Park with playground, group picnic shelters, bandstand/gazebo, fitness trail, horseshoe pits, game court area, sand volleyball courts, skateboard park (helmets and pads required), 27-hole disc golf course.
Bonanza Park is a one-acre neighborhood park that includes a multipurpose grassy area, children’s play area with playground equipment, half basketball court, and horseshoe pit. The park amenities also include a multipurpose perimeter path, picnic tables, benches and seating walls, bicycle racks, and landscaping.
Dangberg Home Ranch Historic Park
Guided tours of the historic Dangberg ranch house are available in every season, by reservation. Activities and events take place from April through December. Or, just come relax in the park’s beautiful setting, with a picnic and a view of the Carson Range.
D.L. Bliss and Emerald Bay State Park
Offer the most breathtaking views of the lake, the mountains, and Tahoe’s only island – Fannette Island. Both of these parks have campgrounds, opportunities for hiking, swimming, fishing, and interpretive activities.
63,475-acre wilderness area with hundreds of glacial lakes, sub-Alpine forests, valleys and granite peaks. Visitors will find Desolation in its natural form and on its own terms – meaning sudden storms, fires and other hazards may be encountered.
Ed Z’berg Sugar Pine Point State Park
This beautiful park along the shore of Lake Tahoe features a year round operated campground, the Ehrman Mansion and Sugar Pine Point Nature Center. Ehrman Mansion is one of the most beautiful historic summer homes on Lake Tahoe.
Emerald Bay Underwater State Park
As a scuba diver in Emerald Bay, you will enjoy an experience unavailable to most visitors to the lake. You have the opportunity to view and touch the artifacts of an age long past.
Kahle Community Center & Park
Whether you are in town for a day or a year-round resident, we welcome you to our first class community center. Gymnasium, Fitness Area, Indoor Walking/Jogging Track, Indoor Playground, Climbing Wall, Snack Bar, Classes, Facility Rentals.
Mormon Station State Historic Park
Mormon Station is the site of Nevada’s first permanent non-native settlement. A replica of the original trading post, built in 1851, houses a museum with pioneer-era artifacts. Picnic and group use facilities are available. Mormon Station is located in the small town of Genoa, NV.
Regan Beach is a couple of blocks down Lakeview Avenue at Sacramento Avenue and has restrooms, handicapped restrooms, picnic facilities, a snack bar, volleyball, playground and grassy areas. No parking fee.
Sierra State Parks Foundation
Tahoe-Truckee area California State Parks are unique treasures. We provide critical program, volunteer and financial support to our valued cultural and natural resources. Because of our work, our parks will continue to be places of education and inspiration for generations to come.
South Lake Tahoe Park and Recreation Department
Tahoe Paradise Park
(530) 577-9881. Lake Baron for fishing opportunities as well as excellent calm water for skiing or wake boarding. Tennis courts and the clubhouse, which features a wading pool and full size roasting spit.
Taylor Creek Visitor Center and Stream Profile Chamber
Located on Hwy 89 three miles north of South Lake Tahoe offers numerous self-guided trails with award winning signs. An underground chamber features a cut-away of the stream so visitors can view fish behind the glass.
Van Sickle Bi-State Park
For more information visit www.sierranevadageotourism.org
Zephyr Cove Park Disc Golf
Famous Disc Golf Course