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Monday, December 11, 2017

Beaches & Parks

Beaches, Parks & Recreation Areas

Beaches & Parks

Erosion closes Tahoe beaches

The California Tahoe Conservancy has limited public access and temporarily closed portions of some South Shore beaches to protect sensitive habitat and limit erosion. After...

Waves of wildflowers at Ward Creek

Tahoe visitors and locals alike tend to focus on the best-known adventures when they think of enjoying Tahoe’s outdoors. They ride the Flume Trail,...

Rolling around the bike park

One of my favorite memories growing up is riding over to an open field with a handful of picks and shovels, shaping berms and...

The ultimate summer bucket list

Memorial Day Weekend signals the beginning of summer in Tahoe and Truckee. Bright, sunny days and fresh, mountain air beckon all to enjoy all...

History, beauty melds at Sugar Pine Point State Park

While cruising down the scenic West Shore of Lake Tahoe, it might be easy to miss the unimposing signs for Sugar Pine Point State...

Celebrate Living History on July 25

Did you know that Sugar Pine Point become a California State Park fifty years ago? To celebrate, this year’s annual Living History Day will be a 50th...

Summer’s best swimming holes

Story & photos by Tim Hauserman ·  Paradise Lake provides some of the same jumping-off-granite-into-cool-waters joy that you will find in Desolation Wilderness ·  There is...

Donner Memorial blends history, recreation

  Story & photos by Jenn Sheridan ·    History meets recreation at Donner Memorial State Park, nestled at the west end of Donner Lake at the...