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Laying on the quiet, western shores of well-known Lake Tahoe is Sugar Pine Point State Park, just about 10 miles from Tahoe City, CA, with other nearby cities, including Truckee and Homewood. There is a little of everything in the park, from stunning views, relaxing camping, a historic estate, and even the tallest pine trees in the world. It is one of the finest remaining natural areas on Lake Tahoe, with nearly two miles of lake frontage to enjoy.

Besides natural beauty, the park is also full of history, home to the Hellman-Ehrman Mansion, a stunning summer home constructed in 1903. There are plenty of opportunities for recreation within the park, including fishing, cross-country skiing, hiking, picnicking, and lots more, so what are you waiting for, search for an RV in Placer County.

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Getting Outdoors

When it comes to things to do when camping at Sugar Pine Point State Park, you will be spoilt for choice. One of the best ways to see the full variety of landscapes that the park offers is to take one of the many trails. The Lakefront Interpretive Trail is a good start, at only a quarter of a mile long on a flat, paved trail, it is accessible for everyone. To learn a little bit more about the history of the park, take the Rod Beaudry Trail, it leads through the forest with interpretive markers along the way. The Dolder Nature Trail is a bit longer at a mile and a half and will lead you around the Edwin L. Z'Berg Natural Preserve

For those that want to see Sugar Pine State Park via a different method, there is also a paved bike trail along the west shore of the lake that starts in the nearby town of Truckee. In the winter, the park transforms into a snowy wonderland, and there are here cross-country ski trails to use. There are also ski and snowshoe tours available, allowing you to see the park and lake at its most beautiful, while the trees are glistening with frost and the lake twinkles with ice.

Rent a camper near Sugar Pine Point State Park to make use of the beautiful beach and pier, which are open to the public. The lake provides a cooling place for a dip during the hot summer months, while the beach is a great place to relax and unwind. There are also a number of nearby marinas where you can launch a boat and experience a lovely day on the water.

Camping at Sugar Pine State Park

The state park RV campground lies in a separate part of Sugar Pine Point State Park, on the western side of the highway. Although there are no views of the lake from here, the campsites are nestled in the pine and cedar forest, offering plenty of shade and beautiful surroundings. There are 175 sites that are open throughout the year. However, there are no showers available in the winter.

The William Kent Campground is another nearby option. It is also located on the lakes west shore, straddling the highway. There are many campsites that are suitable for both RV rental and tent camping, each of which is equipped with fire rings, grills, and picnic tables, perfect for alfresco dining. Flush toilets and drinking water are also provided. The surrounding pines, cedar, and fir trees offer plenty of shade and privacy, with gullies and low ridges helping to separate each site.

Exploring the Area

Train enthusiasts should try to get to the Truckee Railroad Museum at some point on your motorhome camping trip. It is located next to the historic railroad in downtown Truckee, and inside you'll find a vast collection of stories, artifacts, photos and recreations of how railroads have impacted the development of the town over the years. Railroads played a big part in what the town looks like today, as the trains were used for a variety of reasons including transporting ice and timber.

The town of Truckee itself is worth spending some time exploring. As well as a thriving downtown area with lots of shops and restaurants to enjoy, the town also plays host to many events throughout the year, such as live music nights and festivals. For something a bit different and to learn more about the history of the town, why not take a Truckee Historical Haunted Tour, complete with actors, for an exciting glimpse into the town's past? Camp in an RV near Truckee to see even more of what the town has to offer.

If you are in the area in October, try to make it to the highly anticipated Fall Fish Festival. The festival focuses on a variety of fish species that live in the lake and surrounding rivers. There is plenty to do at the festival for both kids and adults alike, with the aim of both fun and recreation. You may even be able to see Kokanee Salmon spawning at your feet as you are led by rangers along a trail.

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