Emerald Bay State Park’s unbeatable scenery and bounty of water-based activities make it a hot spot for travelers in the spring and summer, not to mention the beaches, trails and islands. Fire up your RV and cruise to Emerald Bay State Park, just 12 miles north of South Lake Tahoe, for the ultimate spring getaway.
Visiting the Park
The Emerald Bay State Park campground can accommodate travel trailers, campers and motorhomes up to 18 feet in length. The park is open daily from sunrise to sunset, but visitor center hours vary from season to season. Summer temperatures at Emerald Bay State Park average around 75 degrees in the day and 40 degrees at night. Winters are much chillier with highs in the 40s and lows around 20 degrees. The milder temperatures of spring are perfect for camping, hiking, and explorations.
Things to Do
Emerald Bay State Park is one of California’s favorite state parks, because the list of things to do is nearly endless. The park is home to Vikingsholm, one of the most esteemed pieces of Scandinavian architecture on the continent, as well as countless outdoor activities. Travelers can enjoy boating, hiking trails, fishing, guided tours, beachcombing, kayaking, swimming, wildlife viewing, museum visits, geocaching, scuba diving, picnicking, and tons of other adventures.
Camping at the Park
Emerald Bay State Park is home to two campsites, the Eagle Point Campground and the Boat-In-Camp. The Boat-In-Camp is only accessible by boat or foot, but you’re encouraged to bring your boat to the park.
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