- Summer and winter outdoor activities are abundant at Lake Tahoe State Park Nevada
- The park is located on the eastern shore of Lake Tahoe
- Launch a boat from Sand Harbor
- Take a secluded swim at Hidden Beach
- Fish in Spooner Lake for some trout
- Hike into the Marlette Hobart Backcountry
Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park provides over 14,000 acres of wilderness and lakeshore landscapes where the traveler can enjoy numerous outdoor recreational opportunities. A vacation destination that can’t be beat, it’s the perfect place to come for a Sierra Nevada getaway.
Location & Information
Lake Tahoe State Park is located along California Highway 28 at Incline Village on the eastern shore of Lake Tahoe.
The park is accessible the year round.
Lake Tahoe-Nevada State Park
P.O. Box 6116
Incline Village, NV 89450
Visitor Center: 775-831-3030
Tahoe State Park gives you the best of Lake Tahoe and the backcountry of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Here are just some of the activities you can enjoy at this park.
From beautiful Sand Harbor, you can launch a boat into Lake Tahoe and get out on the water to soak up the sun. Just three miles south of Incline Village, this harbor is easily accessed.
Swim the sandy beaches at Sand Harbor, while enjoying the breathtaking views. Check out the Highway 28 beaches, like Memorial Point and Hidden Beach, for a dip in the crystal clear waters of the lake.
Spooner Lake is a great place to spread a fancy picnic, surrounded by beautiful wildflower-filled meadows and pine forest. Each picnic site has a table and barbeque grill.
Take the Sand Point Nature Trail to read interesting interpretive signs and get great views of the lake. On the trail that circles Spooner Lake, you’ll hike an easy trail of two miles and enjoy the meadows and forest setting. From Spooner Lake, you can also get into the backcountry on trails taking you into the Marlette Hobart Backcountry.
Fish at Spooner Lake to catch and keep trout. You can even do some ice fishing here in the winter.
- Visit the Sand Harbor Visitor Center
If you love to really learn about the area, the Visitor Center provides displays of the natural history of this region. You can also find a gift shop to get some unique gifts for friends back home.
The Marlette Hobart Backcountry is accessible from Spooner Lake near Lake Tahoe. Here you can take the Flume Trail or a portion of the Tahoe Rim Trail. Hike to Marlette Lake and the Hobart Reservoir. These lakes were created during the earlier mining era in order to feed the water system and you can still see the ruins of the old abandoned mills.