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Looking for a nice rv park or campground at Lake Tahoe. It really doesn't matter which side of the lake. Hookups preferred. Casino campgrounds ok.


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Lake Tahoe is a big area.

We usually go up to South Lake for some short close trips and Tahoe Valley Campround is our choice.


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Us out West wrote:

Lake Tahoe is a big area.

We usually go up to South Lake for some short close trips and Tahoe Valley Campround is our choice.


X2, I think they still have a free shuttle bus to the casino's.

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Tahoe Valley is an Encore Park open to the public.
Zephyr Cove across the Stateline is public and an excellent choice, but limits rig size to 40'....Dennis

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retired1 wrote:

Looking for a nice rv park or campground at Lake Tahoe. It really doesn't matter which side of the lake. Hookups preferred. Casino campgrounds ok.


there's only two casinos with campgrounds, in the area, that i know of and neither is in Lake Tahoe.
Boomtown, juste west of Reno has a KOA and Grand Sierra has a RV park in Reno.


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carson valley casino in minden,nv has a real nice rv park .its about 17 miles to tahoe

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Zephyr Cove would be my pick. Right across the street from nice beach. As for rig size, they have sites that will take up to 50'.

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Executive wrote:

Tahoe Valley is an Encore Park open to the public.
Zephyr Cove across the Stateline is public and an excellent choice, but limits rig size to 40'....Dennis

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Executive wrote:

Tahoe Valley is an Encore Park open to the public.
Zephyr Cove across the Stateline is public and an excellent choice, but limits rig size to 40'....Dennis

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