Emerald Bay Campground

Address: Highway 89, Lake Tahoe, California, 96142, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on Highway 89, Lake Tahoe, is near Emerald Bay State Park, Emerald Bay State Park, Eagle Falls, and Kiva Beach.
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    Travel Blogs from Lake Tahoe

    Sacramento, capital of California and Lake Tahoe

    A travel blog entry by terrihicks on Oct 09, 2015

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    ... excuse was that he wasn't well!!! Anyway, after checking out, we got on board the bus that was to move us about for the next 2 weeks with our driver, Byron. He drove us very comfortably to Sacramento, the capital of California. We stopped at City Hall, which is remarkably similar to the one in San Francisco. Adrienne took us inside for a quick look around. It was then onwards to the old part of town, which has largely been recreated for tourists. After ...

    Around Lake Tahoe

    A travel blog entry by ingen24 on Jul 26, 2015

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    ... wealth of that time. John Muir visited Lake Tahoe, as did many famous. It is described as a blue sheet laying between the mountains. It's large enough to sail. Many have boats here. The white sails in the horizon always make a pretty sight. Still it's hard to grasp it's beauty. It is a large blue sheet between the mountains. We decided we could join in with the hillbillies and rent a kayak, or rent two bikes. So we did the latter, at a ...

    Trek Day No.16 - Yosemite, California

    A travel blog entry by jtsweeting on May 27, 2015

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    ... lunch break and we are now driving through a very windy road that they have decided to resurface so its gone down to one lane and added nearly an hour to our journey time. We arrived at a small hiking area that leads down to a massive sequoia tree with a hole big enough for a small car to fit through the middle. There was also a tree that had fallen down which was hollow and most of us managed to crawl through ...

    America's largest alpine lake

    A travel blog entry by amygates on Sep 09, 2014

    12 photos

    ... ornate stone and wooden house on the edge of the lake, with a view across to a small island, the only one in the whole lake. The house is no longer lived in.
    Then we hiked around to Emerald Bay where we had our picnic lunch. I hiked with Vicky and American Jan, it was pretty easy going, and was saw tiny chipmunks and slightly larger squirrels darting around everywhere. Along the way we passed a couple of camp grounds which are accessible by boat or kayak and some gorgeous ...

    Day 2 Lake Tahoe

    A travel blog entry by heffernans on Jul 03, 2014

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    Yet another hangover but at least our bathroom has a steam room component and there's nothing like steam to wash away the tannins of Californian vino. We order a healthy breakfast in bed cos we're not in a hurry to do much - well when I say healthy I mean it included a veggie juice for Sarah. My 2 eggs, ham, hash browns, sausage and sour dough toast were all freshly picked from the hotel's organic garden, or that's what I thought they said.
    Breakfast over and ...