Lake Tahoe - North Shore


The north shore of Lake Tahoe is half and half. Half lies in California and the other half in Nevada. Access is via Highway 28, which stretches from Tahoe City, California to Incline Village, Nevada. The landscape also is half and half, half general undeveloped National Forest land and half developed urban areas. Recreational opportunities include water activities, camping, hiking, nearby downhill skiing/snowboarding, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. Attractions include Carnelian and Crystal Bays, Kings Beach State Park, North Tahoe Regional Park, and just a stone's throw away, Mt. Rose Wilderness.

Recreation Map

Map showing recreational areas. Map Information

Activities

Mountain Biking

Areas for Mountain Biking at Lake Tahoe - North Shore

Dispersed Camping

Areas for Dispersed Camping at Lake Tahoe - North Shore

Lake and Pond Fishing

Areas for Lake and Pond Fishing at Lake Tahoe - North Shore

River and Stream Fishing

Areas for River and Stream Fishing at Lake Tahoe - North Shore

Day Hiking

Areas for Day Hiking at Lake Tahoe - North Shore

Backpacking

Areas for Backpacking at Lake Tahoe - North Shore

Viewing Wildlife

Areas for Viewing Wildlife at Lake Tahoe - North Shore

Viewing Plants

Areas for Viewing Plants at Lake Tahoe - North Shore

OHV Trail Riding

Areas for OHV Trail Riding at Lake Tahoe - North Shore

Scenic Driving

Scenic Driving

Recreation Areas

Recreation Activities

Location

 
  Latitude : 
39.24714

  Longitude : 
-120.00897