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Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park

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Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park offers a number of different areas for recreation. Sand Harbor, located 3 miles south of Incline Village on Route 28, is the most popular and offers sandy beaches, a boat launch, picnicking and group use facilites. Memorial Point and Hidden Beach offer more secluded access to the lake and spectacular views. Spooner Lake, also a trailhead to the backcountry, offers picnicking, hiking, mountain biking, catch-and-release fishing and rental cabins. Miles of hiking trails are available between Lake Tahoe and Carson City, including the Flume Trail and the Tahoe Rim Trail. Cave Rock, along Hwy 50, offers fishing and boat launching.

Location: PO Box 8867, Incline Village Nevada 89452 Telephone 775-831-0494

Other Nevada State Parks nearby:
(Silver Springs) Fort Churchill State Historic Park
(Incline Village) Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park
(Genoa) Mormon Station State Historic Park
(Reno) Rattlesnake Mountain Skate Park
(Carson City) Washoe Lake State Park


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