North Tahoe Regional Park

North Tahoe Regional Park

6600 Donner Rd.
Tahoe Vista, California
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Hiking trails in this 124-acre park meander through pine, fir and cedar forests, with trailheads located on the main road. National forest lands are adjacent, and a number of picnic trees are tucked away under mature conifers.

Check the park website for parking fees.

• Pets are allowed on trails but are not allowed on athletic fields.
• Owners must pick up after their pets to ensure enjoyment for all park users.
• All dogs must be leashed. 

You coming? Photo Credit: @corgeouss
You coming? Photo Credit: @corgeouss
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Janet and Bo

Janet and Bo. Photo Janet Fullwood

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