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Parques y naturaleza en Lake Tahoe

State / Provincial Park
“Emerald Bay State Park on the southwest area of Lake Tahoe is home to park is home to Eagle Falls and Vikingsholm, a 38-room mansion that is one of the finest examples of Scandinavian architecture in the western hemisphere. The views from any part of the Bay are fantastic. The park contains the only island in Lake Tahoe, Fannette Island where a small teahouse was built by the owner of the Vikingsholm Castle. The park is accessible by State Route 89 near the southwest shore of the lake. Emerald Bay is one of Lake Tahoe's most photographed and popular locations. In 1969, Emerald Bay was recognized as a National Natural Landmark by the federal Department of the Interior. In 1994, California State Parks included the surrounding water of the bay as a part of the park, making Emerald Bay one of the first underwater parks of its type in the state, protecting the various wrecks and other items on the bay's bottom. There are several camping areas in Emerald Bay including Eagle Point Campground, Bayview Campground and the boat-in campground on the West side of the bay. Parking around the bay is small and will cost you about $8 for the day. You can also access the popular Desolation Wilderness hiking and camping area from the Eagle Falls parking area.”
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Puerto / Marina
“Sand Harbor is considered the most beautiful beach in Lake Tahoe. It is located on the Nevada side of the lake in the Lake Tahoe National Park. The beach has a small museum and store, bathrooms, showers, parking, a boat launch, picnic tables and BBQs and plenty of golden sand to put down a blanket and umbrella. Some areas around the beach have rocks that you can jump off of. There is a parking fee at Sand Harbor during the summer and fall months. During the summer season, Sand Harbor has beach lifeguards. The boat launch area of Sand Harbor is located on the North side of the beach and launch fees and boat inspections apply. There is also a bay just for SCUBA divers called Diver's Cove.”
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Campground
“My favorite of the "big" beaches on this side of the Lake. Ample parking, ease of access to amenities such as a supermarket and restaurants, and outstanding views are among the draws to this beautiful beach. Hit up Safeway for snacks before you head down to the water.”
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Mountain
“A 2.4 mile ride up in the Heavenly Mountain Gondola will leave you breathless as you take in panoramic views of Lake Tahoe. On your way up, stop at the Observation Deck for photos, a latte at Cafe Blue or a unique Heavenly souvenir at The Gondola Sports shop. Once you get to the top, head up the Tamarack Express chairlift with your Scenic Gondola ticket for some of the best views of Lake Tahoe and access to a series of hiking trails, ranging from beginner to expert.”
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Puerto / Marina
“Great place to set up towels on the beach and relax. Beacon Bar and Grill right on the beach with you for world famous Rum Runners! Rent bikes, go for a walk, great ice cream parlor all in the Camp Richardson area. Great place for kids!”
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Parque
“A great public beach with a pier, swimming, picnic tables, a playground, and paddle and kayak rentals close by.”
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Parque
“Good place to BBQ and have a gorgeous view of the lake and mountains. There's also an ice cream shop here (cash only).”
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Beach
“Ride your bike along the path to discover beaches, Camp Richardson's restaurant, ice cream shop and hiking trails.”
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Parque
“Awesome views of Tahoe, and excellent terrain! Also one of the least expensive ski resorts in the area. ”
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Puerto / Marina
“Ski Run Marina is a great place to begin your water adventures. Whether you're looking for boat rentals, para-sailing or guided tours, there are plenty of excursions to chose from here.”
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Parque
“An easy 30 minute hike for the family to get an incredible view of Lake Tahoe.”
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Beach
“A historic landmark, Vikingsholm was built in 1929 as a summer home for Mrs. Lora Josephine Knight. It's well worth a trip, even if you don't pay the $10 for the tour. A short walk brings you to the edge of Emerald Bay, with astounding views. ”
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Parque
“This park offers sports fields, playgrounds, hiking trails, camping, and more. The Treetop Adventure Park is nearby, as well as Sled Hill in the winter.”
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Tourist Information Center
“The name says it all! It has world class views, but a little known fact is it’s actually named after Mr. D.L. Bliss. The park is named in honor of timber and railroad magnate Duane Leroy Bliss, whose heirs donated 744 acres (301 ha) of land to the state in 1929.[1] It has since grown to 2,149 acres”
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Parque
“On the beach, Island tea house, nice old mansion you can go through, hike up to Eagle Falls (don't fall in)”
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Beach
“The cove on the right is great for families with smaller children. So beautiful, the water is so clear. Margaritas to ice cream served at the snack bar.”
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