Sugar Pine Point State Park
North & West Shore (CA)
LocationHwy. 89, West Shore Lake Tahoe
Tahoma, , CA
- Type Camping & RVs
- Region North & West Shore (CA)
Features: Sugar Pine Point State Park is a sweet camping spot off the crystal shores of Lake Tahoe. For years nature buffs have enjoyed camping overnight and participating in a variety of outdoor activities at Sugar Pine Point State Park. Visitors to this camping site can enjoy swimming in the pristine waters of Lake Tahoe, hiking to Sugar Pine Lighthouse, biking through the lush forest or simply relaxing next to a burning campfire.
Why We Go: Sugar Pine Point State Park is more than just a camping ground. It offers many leisure activities for those looking for a more diverse outdoor experience. Sugar Pine Point Cross Country Skiing Tahoe is laced with various hiking and biking trails, some offering magnificent forest views while others offer views of Lake Tahoe's crystal blue waters. Sugar Pine Point Camping includes plenty of bathroom and showering facilities to ensure a comfortable and convenient stay for visitors.
- Wi-Fi Service: Many California state parks including Sugar Pine Point Camping feature Wi-Fi services to their visitors. Wi-Fi reception is available to those with wireless laptops and hand held devices including smart phones, and offers a convenient way for campers to stay connected.
- Dog Friendly: Dogs are allowed on Sugar Pine Point State Park but must be kept on a leash at all times. Dogs are not allowed on the beach or trails, except paved trails. Also, dogs must be a kept in a tent or vehicle between the hours of 10pm-6am.
- Skiing: During snow season, campers can enjoy skiing at Sugar Pine Point Cross Country Skiing Tahoe. With waterfront beach views, skiing in Sugar Pine Point Campground offers a unique snow experience.
Inside Knowledge: There is a bear warning at Sugar Pine Point Camping. Visitors should be alert that a bear could come into the campgrounds at any time. All food must be kept locked in bear-proof lockers. Food can not be kept in tents or vehicles. Those who do not store their food away properly may be fined up to $1000.