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Sno-Park - Lake Tahoe | Wild Camping

United States
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Details

Last Visited: 8 days ago
GPS: 38.932139, -120.056924
Altitude: 1889.4 masl
Place Website:

Amenities

Electricity: No
Wifi: No
Kitchen: No
Restaurant: No
Showers: No
Water: No
Toilets: Pit Toilets
Big Rig Friendly: Yes
Tent Friendly: Unknown
Pet Friendly: Yes

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Description

Big parking lot next to Cathedral Road. We stayed here for the night. No facilities but very quiet. The ranger came in the morning, just checking how we are doing and for how long we plan to stay.
Good possibility in winter, because many of the smaller roads, forest roads and campgrounds are closed.
Don't know how it is in summer.

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Requires permit or there is a $95 fine. $5 for the day or $40 for the season. A local told me they are becoming more strict. He also told me if you park on the dirt to the right of the road it’s forest land technically. If the gate is open there are good pullout spots back in there. I went in and nobody bothered me but be respectful as there are residences nearby.

Was a nice spot until some D-bag showed up at 1 AM in a modified Audi with a loud exhaust to woke us up to park and leave his xenon headlight directly pounting at us. Ended up leaving to another spot.

Very nice open parking lot surrounded by pines. We stayed 3 nights here in our 20ft camper. Big rigs will fit. Not busy at night but there are hiking tracks here so expect some vehicles during the day. Free and acceptable. No amenities

As described, quiet and no one there.
perfect spot out of the busy spots.

Very quiet place for the night. Only two other vehicles were there. Also possible for big rigs. There was no sign for „no overnight parking“. No one disturbed us. It was off season and I don’t know how it is in season. It also has a pit toilet on the right side.

Big parking lot next to Cathedral Road. We stayed here for the night. No facilities but very quiet. The ranger came in the morning, just checking how we are doing and for how long we plan to stay.
Good possibility in winter, because many of the smaller roads, forest roads and campgrounds are closed.
Don't know how it is in summer.