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64-Acres Beach, NV

64 Acres Beach is a popular and scenic beach on National Forest land near downtown Tahoe City. The 64 Acres recreation site extends across Highway 89 and includes access to the Truckee River. On the lake side, there is a small parking area and walk-path leading to picnic tables near the beach and portable toilets. […]

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Kaspian Picnic Area/Shoreline

Kaspian Picnic Area is located on National Forest land and is situated along a one-half mile stretch of cobbled shoreline with expansive views across Lake Tahoe. The picnic area parallels the Tahoe City bike path, and offers numerous picnic tables, a 100 foot public pier, and public restroom. The site is managed by a concessionaire, […]

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Chambers Landing

Chambers Landing is a small public beach located on National Forest land. Parking along the paved entrance road is the only public parking available. There are no services or BBQ grills, and dogs are required to be on leash. The beach is located near a popular restaurant and bar.

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Ski Beach (North Baldwin Beach)

Ski Beach is located on National Forest land and includes 500 feet of lakeshore, a scenic area adjacent to Baldwin Beach and convenient access for boats (look for buoys for designated no boating area– no dock/pier). Leashed pets only (pets can be brought to beach by boat but not by car); a two-unit toilet is […]

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Kiva Shoreline

Kiva Shoreline (also known at Tallac/Kiva Point or Visitor Center beach) is located on National Forest land and boasts approximately 200 yards of narrow sandy, shoreline adjacent to a fragile marsh-zone (please do not enter marsh zone for the protection of wildlife). There is minimal sand/mostly soil shoreline from Tallac Point to Kiva Picnic Area. […]

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Tallac Shoreline

This beach is located on National Forest land and begins at the Camp Richardson fence and extends along the shoreline adjacent to the Tallac Historic Site, approximately one-quarter of a mile. The shoreline is narrow with a sand/soil mixture. Dogs are welcome on a leash, a picnic area is available and public bathrooms are located […]

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