RV Parks & Campgrounds

Campground by the Lake County/City Parks

3.5 Stars 3.5 - 6 Reviews  $$
(530) 542-6096
South Lake Tahoe, California


April - October

Total: 175, Electric: 18, Elecwater: 18, Max RV Length: 60 ft

Water, Electric, Pets allowed, Tents, Picnic Tables, Restroom, Dump Station, Showers, Campfire, Playground


June 12, 2019 - reviewed by Ian
5.0 Stars   
Great location and nice park! But they book up fast in the summer!

June 1, 2018 - reviewed by Nelson
4.0 Stars   
Spacious, Few Sites With Hookups
This park could be really great with better care. It is right across the street from the lake, and the sites are good size, plenty of trees. However, the bathroom facilities are poor by 1970 standards. Old, cramped and dirty. The park has a lot of sites, but the majority have no hookups. That makes the poor showers and bathrooms that much more problematic.

September 13, 2017 - reviewed by Lilcannon
3.0 Stars   
Campground Review
My husband and I liked our stay here, dog friendly and plenty of space to walk the dogs and bike ride, good location. I would return

August 17, 2017 - reviewed by Luis R
3.0 Stars   
Great Location, Poor Staff
Best location in SLT, Staff knows about that and seems like they don't care if you stay there or not, someone else will tyake the spot... old facilities, many dry sites, pet friendly.

July 29, 2016 - reviewed by TrB
2.0 Stars   
Cheap For The family
Check in was quick and easy. After that down hill! Very crowded with too many people allowed at each campsite. The restrooms are in serious need of a deep cleaning and upgrade. Campsites are mostly dirt, sand, and pine needles. Be ware of camping near the busy street. Our neighbors lost a chained up generator. The police that responded said that it wasn't an unusual thing. The homeless sleep and frequent the vacant city property next to the campground and the beach public areas across the street. They wander through the campground late at night to use the restrooms and showers. The campground is what it is: a cheap place for a family to stay in South Lake Tahoe w/o having to stay in an expensive hotel or condo.

June 22, 2016 - reviewed by SmallRVlifestyle.com
4.0 Stars   $45
Nice In Nature
I spend one night here in June. For a electric site with shared water I was charged $45. It's close to the lake, you can even see the lake from the site. The bathrooms are OK, could use an upgrade, the showers are weak with awful shower heads. The volunteers at the gate were all very nice and helpful but the staff was a bit slow and gave me a site which was already taken at first. I had to go back. There park is full of a younger crowd, many families and kids. Overall I enjoyed my stay.

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