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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 …
I have not been to Lake Tahoe for over 10 years and I am still at awe how beautiful the Lake was.
We did a scenic tour to Emerald Bay and the views is breathtaking. I can stay there all day just enjoying the God Creation.
... then on the way out back to the main road I wasn’t paying attention and took a right turn across traffic into oncoming traffic, luckily the cars coming towards us were a distance away and I managed to swerve off into a conveniently placed garage. The crash yesterday and this shook my confidence.
We drove to the beach, ate the nice but very salty pizza and watched a rather standard sunset. It began to get cold and so we headed back to ...
... our campsite last night to find that we had an uninvited guest.. As creepy as that sounds, don't worry! It was just a black bear! Not some creepy old man or something. But I actually saw a BEAR! I've never seen one in the wild before and neither have Taryn or Aimee, so naturally, we were freaking out. We were told California only has black bears, which are not aggressive at all, but they search campsites for food every night. If ...
... but lots of staff watching for idiots and small queues at lifts made for a great day! It did get very windy at the end so Riley and I went back down the aerial Tram rather than the dodgy ride down the chairlift which even Gary said was pretty hairy! The boys loved the website that you can log into and it comes up with the lifts you went on, acheivements and the photos that we had taken on the skiifield.
The intention was to ski again on Sunday, we got there and ...