Campground by the Lake
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCampground by the Lake South Lake Tahoe
We were very impressed with the location of the campground. It is front and center in South Lake Tahoe. We walked across the street to the festivals on the beach. Also impressive was the friendly nature of all the campground personnel that we had the opportunity to encounter.
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We had heard that Lake Tahoe contains some of the cleanest water in the country. A familiar tag line in the brochures is that one can see a white dinner plate 70 feet underwater in Lake Tahoe. We didn't try it but believe it to be true! The lake is radiantly blue, second in depth (1645 feet) to Crater Lake (1945 feet) and quite cold to swim in! We …
... came into view as we wound our way down the steep mountainside and authentic log cabins started to set the scene for the town we would be spending just one night in.
But, our one night stand was certainly better than none, as Lake Tahoe is a stunning place which would have been criminal to have missed off our trip. The area is famous ...
... story in reserve in case some **** went down)... Out of the blue he said, "oh, i bet you can really get your rocks off there". He was pretty quick...but i guess his job is being a talker. Jie got some very cool local made soap that smells like pine and woods, i got a bottle of its oils to slather over my tanned extremely muscular abs. We headed south exactly 4 miles to Eagle Rock for a quick steep hike up. Very cool and our first birds eye ...
... spot to rest.
We caught a trout! James was low on food so we worked together to catch him a fish. It was quite tasty, almost sweet.
19 miles to Vermillion Valley Resort
(7.5 pct 8.5 off debt) (874.5)
We hiked down an 8.5 mile side trail to VVR for a resupply. It was a nice half day break.
6.5 miles to Mono creek (7900ft)
(4 miles pct 2.5 off debt) (878.5)
We had our first real thunderstorm. I rode it out in my ...
... the past summers when I used to take the gondola up and run down?? Oh, well, it will all be worth when we summit.
Of course, weekends are at Emerald Bay overnighting on the boat. Is this training for the camping we will do on Kilimanjaro?? Probably not but we still love it. I have developed a great love of the Rubicon ...