Campgrounds in South Lake Tahoe
Lake Tahoe Camping
There’s nothing like rising at your Lake Tahoe camp sight to the crisp morning mountain air. The numerous campground and RV Park options in South Lake Tahoe will offer as little or as much as you need. Lake-front, forest sheltered, walk-in or full RV hook-ups, South Lake Tahoe is the perfect camping destination. Campgrounds in the Lake Tahoe area are generally open from mid-May through mid-October. Check out the Lake of the Sky Journal
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Zephyr Cove Resort
Classic Tahoe-style cabins, lodge rooms, an RV park and campground, lakeview restaurant, espresso bar and general store. Attracting visitors and locals since 1862, Zephyr Cove Resort has a mile of sandy beach, volleyball courts, beach bar and more.
Camp Richardson Historic Resort & Marina
Offering lakefront cabins, historic hotel and Beachside Inn as well as RV & camping. An onsite restaurant, the Beacon Bar & Grill is open year round. The Camp Richardson Marina has boat and Seadoo rentals, kayaks & paddle boats, parasailing, and more.
Zephyr Cove RV Park & Campground
150 sites, pull thru, RV dump, water, electric, sewer, cable TV, telephone, Wi-Fi, showers, flush toilets, general store and laundry.
Tahoe Valley Campground
Privately owned and operated. 415 sites, full hook-up, pull through, RV dump, water, electric, sewer, showers, flush toilets, laundry, heated pool in summer, general store, tennis & sport courts, horseshoe pits, concierge service. Fun, friendly and h…
Campground By The Lake
Campground by the Lake, the name says it all, located across Hwy 50 from the big blue, Lake Tahoe. Open April through October. Camp store is on site and just down the street from the Ice Arena and Recreation & Swim Pool Complex. Cabin, group sites, h…
Eagle Point Campground
Run by California State Parks, 100 sites, faucets in the campground – but no hook-ups, paid showers, flush toilets, dogs allowed with restrictions.
Run by California State Parks, 168 sites, RV dump, faucets in the campground – but no hook-ups, paid showers, flush toilets, dogs allowed with restrictions.
Luther Campground lies only a few miles from South Lake Tahoe, and therefore it is a great place to stay for travelers on a budget. This campground is free to all users and has a seven-consecutive-day stay limit.
Fallen Leaf Lake Campground
Run by USFSc, 206 sites, pull through, water, flush toilets. Dogs allowed on leash.
Sugar Pine Point
Run by California State Parks, 175 sites, RV dump, faucets in the campground-but no hook-ups, paid showers, flush toilets, dogs allowed with restrictions.
Camp Shelly is on the south end of Lake Tahoe on highway 89 across from Baldwin Beach. It is run by the Livermore Area Recreation and Parks District on Forest Service land.There are 25 sites with the following amenities: flush toilets, wash basins, h…
Nevada Beach Campground
The Nevada Beach Campground is situated on the sandy shore of Lake Tahoe. Nestled among native pine trees, it is a quiet beach location that offers a wide range of recreational activities. Nevada Beach Campground is a National Forest campground operated by a private concessionaire, California Land Management.
Chris Haven Mobilehome and RV Community
Chris Haven Mobilehome and RV Community offers 96 full-hookup sites and a wide range of amenities including wireless Internet access, cable TV, showers and restrooms, laundry, paved roads and a convenient location close to shopping, south shore activities
Grover Hot Springs State Park
Grover Hot Springs State Park is located on the east side of the Sierra at the edge of the Great Basin Province, characterized by open pine forest, and sagebrush and meadows. The park has a pool complex with a hot pool and a swimming pool hot springs, a campground, picnic area and hiking trails.
Echo Lake Camp
Echo Lake Camp, established in 1922, is located atop a granitic alpine ridge overlooking the Lake Tahoe Basin.