RV Parks & Campgrounds

Tahoe Valley Campground RV Parks

3.3 Stars 3.3 - 10 Reviews  $$$$
(530) 541-2222
1175 Melba Dr
South Lake Tahoe, California


Water, Electric, Fifty Amp, Sewer, Wi-fi, Pool, Pets allowed, Tents, Cable TV


June 19, 2023 - reviewed by MeanGene
1.0 Stars   
Not At This Price
Stupidity is what’s driving these prices so ridiculously high. I was looking for a place in Tahoe and won’t even bother considering this place. $124 a night is outrageous yet the flatlanders willingly pay the ridiculous prices. They’re ruining Tahoe.

July 26, 2022 - reviewed by Karen
3.0 Stars   $238
Rip Off City
3 stars for location and all the stuff for kids to do. We don't have any so was of no value for us. The dust was awful. There was hair on the bathroom floor that had certainly been there a while. Sites are too close altho ours was sufficient. BUT $238 for two nights is atrocious. If not every other campsite in Tahoe was taken and if it wasn't for it being a family event so we had to be in Tahoe those dates, we'd have stayed somewhere, anywhere else

July 23, 2021 - reviewed by Sal
5.0 Stars   
Week In Paradise
We were not able to get sewer on our campsite. That being said what a great park. Close to everything. Amenities were plentiful and well run. Our grand kids loved all the planes activities. Karaoke, kids bingo, scavenger hunt and a movie with free popcorn. One of our new favorites

September 7, 2020 - reviewed by Vickerman
4.0 Stars   
Labor Day Weekend
All spots full and packed in , all in all it was a good stay . The did take care of problem issues. Would go back again.

August 11, 2018 - reviewed by Suz ‘n Bru
4.0 Stars   
Trailer Camping
Check in was good. Orin was very friendly and helpful. We stayed in Camp A and it was a little crowded. We have a 24’ camping trailer and we were able to fit in the spot just fine. We would have preferred a spot with more shade but our neighbors were courteous. The night time was quiet. Restrooms were clean and well maintained. All in all a good stay!

September 19, 2017 - reviewed by Tiny Trailer Adventure
2.0 Stars   
Mid September Stop
We had been here a few years ago for a vintage trailer camp out. We were passing through so thought we would stay a couple nights. At $71 per night it's pricey for a small site. We had water and power. We were on loop F and had helicopters landing at the hospital at night. The second night we heard a bear in the trash bin and then our trailer was bumped as he got into our ice chest we accidentally left out. The next morning we found trash from the ice chest and a big poop between campsites. We arrived on Sunday and the bathrooms did not get cleaned until Monday afternoon. Shower was not hot either.

September 15, 2017 - reviewed by MMM
3.0 Stars   
We used passport America and stayed for $30. I can't imagine paying full price for this place as the sites were pretty wacky and tight and most of the facilities were closed including the pool. They put us next to an ugly fence next to a storage lot. Fence had a huge hole in it and our neighbors warned that a bear came through it last night. We alerted the office and they didn't seem to care much and pooh-poohed us and said they have bears all the time and they're nothing to worry about and maintenance would fix the fence. Hole is still there as we are leaving... This place could probably be great but it's just mediocre at best. Needs lots of TLC and upgrades. This place isn't very close to Lake Tahoe or anything if interest either. We won't be back.

June 18, 2017 - reviewed by Joe Bruzda
3.0 Stars   
Typical, Crowded, California Campground
We were here mid-June. Very crowded. Dirt site with power and water. Amenities were nice. Bears in the trash overnight. $74/night... Ouch!

May 30, 2017 - reviewed by Mike
4.0 Stars   
Tahoe Valley Memorial Day Weekend
Stayed here for memorial day weekend. Weather was nice and the staff was friendly. Got a pull through site in G camp. Spot was a little narrow but we all had a good time. The camp was busy, fully booked, but never seemed too crowded (like theme park crowded). Seems like camp F is a bit tighter than camp G. Camp E is nice if you need to be close to the playground or pool. FYI we have a 43' 5th wheel (aka big rig) and had no issues in camp F, site 173. The site is right on the end of the row and the road was never very busy. More bicycle traffic than anything else. Overall had a great weekend. Pool was warm, and the kids had a great time riding bicycles thru the camp and going to the playground and getting ice cream from the rec room..

July 6, 2016 - reviewed by Clockman
4.0 Stars   
Stayed During A Snowstorm!
Was here the week of christmas 2015, a 2 ft snowstorm blew in in one day! The staff drove their snow plow around all day to clear the campground wich was nice!

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