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You may find no kings when you book an RV in Kings Beach, but you will definitely discover natural treasures you can’t find anywhere else. Sitting on the northern shore of Lake Tahoe, one of the largest, deepest, and most beautiful lakes in the world, this small town is the gateway to the Sierra Nevada. Speaking of location, wanderers making a stop at Kings Beach will be thrilled to find that it is right at the border of California and Nevada, giving them a chance to enjoy the numerous exciting spots of both states. It also lies at the intersection of Highway 28 and 267, making your tour of the region even easier.

Urban centers are definitely in the shade of natural attractions in the area, but they are still worth visiting. If you take your Kings Beach RV rental across the Nevada border, you will quickly reach its capital, Carson City. A combination of interesting museums and wonderful nature, it has something for everyone. Las Vegas might be too far away, but you can enjoy a fun night of gaming in nearby Reno. Another capital city can be reached in a couple of hours, and its name is Sacramento, teeming with history, art, and love of the outdoors.

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The Great Outdoors

With pleasant summer temperatures and snowy winters that aren’t too cold, you can rent a motorhome in Kings Beach any time of the year and have a great time. To enjoy the wonder of nature that is Lake Tahoe without leaving the city, visit Kings Beach State Recreation Area. From parasailing and kayaking to stand up paddle boarding, there are plenty of thrilling water sports to choose from. If you want to escape the heat, find a nice picnic spot under the shade of tall Jeffrey pines. Those who like the magic of winter more can find great skiing and snowboarding locations in the surrounding mountains.

The scenic shores of Lake Tahoe hide countless extraordinary spots for nature lovers, but Emerald Bay State Park will blow you away with its crystal clear waters and the eternal greenery of its pine trees. Scuba diving is one of the most thrilling ways to get familiar with the beauty of the bay, but you can also opt for swimming and kayaking on its surface. With the powerful cascades of Eagle Falls and Fannette Island calling for kayakers to explore it, you will never run out of incredible spots to visit. And the best thing about this gem of the Sierras is that you can reach it in less than an hour's drive in your luxury RV rental from Kings Beach.

A place where you can be alone with nature and feel what peace really means is one short ride away when you rent an RV in Kings Beach and hit the road. Tahoe National Forest is a land of snow-covered mountain peaks, green meadows, and wild rivers. The Pacific Crest Trail is waiting for the hikers to test their limits while water sports enthusiasts can take part in waterskiing, swimming, and boating. For some excellent cross-country skiing and snowmobiling, visit the forest during winter.

RV Parks

The beauty of Lake Tahoe attracts many campers to its shores, and there are plenty of RV parks and campgrounds in the area surrounding it where you can park your Kings Beach travel trailer rental.

Truckee River RV Park is located at the place where I-80 crosses the Truckee River. Boca Reservoir is minutes away, and amenities include a general store, full hookups, and propane available on-site. The river is great for whitewater rafting, and several ski resorts are nearby. Coachland RV Park is another park close to I-80, surrounded by shops and restaurants of Truckee. It is close to Truckee River Regional Park, Donner Memorial State Park, and several golf courses. It is a pet-friendly park with full hookups and Wi-Fi access.

If you decide to visit Nevada in your campervan rental from Kings Beach, you can park it at Comstock Country RV Resort in Carson City. Several casinos, stores, and restaurants are nearby. The resort is right next to US 395 and close to I-580. Campers will find full hookups, a swimming pool, and an exercise room.

Exploring the City

Although there are seemingly countless outdoor activities you can enjoy when you opt for an RV trailer rental in Kings Beach, interesting cultural attractions can also be found around the town.

Delve into the history of The Silver State when you visit the Nevada State Museum in Carson City. See the first coin that was minted in the Carson City Mint, dating back to the 19th century, or admire the skeleton of a huge Colombian Mammoth. Go back to the time of the Nevada silver rush as you study the recreated mine found in the museum.

Reno might be known for casinos, but there is a museum you shouldn’t miss out on – the National Automobile Museum. From old cars dating back to the late 19th century to newer models, you will be able to witness the transformation of cars throughout the decades happening before your eyes. Be amazed by the golden DeLorean or find out how a "Jerrari" looks – every vehicle is interesting in its own way.

You don’t have to leave the country to see how amazing Scandinavian architecture can be – just pay a visit to Vikingsholm. This wonderful mansion that is now a part of the Emerald Bay State Park was built for Mrs. Lora Josephine Knight, who wanted to transfer a bit of Scandinavian spirit to the shores of Lake Tahoe. Built mostly of materials found around the lake, it fits perfectly into its natural surroundings.

Unparalleled beauty is what you will find when you choose a Kings Beach motorhome rental and park it next to the otherworldly Lake Tahoe.

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