Sugar Pine St. Park, Lake Tahoe.
We returned yesterday from 4 delightful days at Sugar Pine where we met up with Forum members doorgunner and LL. Lynn and I have lived in this part of Calif. and Nev. during the last 38 years and have always passed this campground without venturing in. It has about 175 camp sites many of which will accomodate the Airstreams we enjoy. However, there are no hookups. Plenty of water faucets, clean flush toilet restrooms and fantastic showers (coin operated private stalls w/a door),dump station, and RV water tank fill. $25 a night. It is located 10 miles south of Tahoe City, Calif. on HWY 89 in the shadow of Mt Talac. The only downside is even though the park boundry is on the lake the campground is across Highway 89 from it. If you have water craft such as canoes and kayacks you will have to drive them to the day use side of the park on the lake. The pictures show the campground and some views of this beautiful area.
Neil and Lynn.
Neil and Lynn Holman
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