Lake Tahoe Basin Management Area Guide

The Lake Tahoe Basin Management Area covers the pristine evergreen forests surrounding stunning Lake Tahoe. This area is rich in beauty, wildlife, and fun activities at any time of the year. The lake is surrounded by areas for hiking, fishing, camping, and skiing during the winter months. The serenity in these high mountains helps you feel like you are truly on vacation. 

Shape Hiking Trails

Lake Tahoe Basin Management Area Hiking Trails

Things to Do

Activities in Lake Tahoe Basin Management Area

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How to get to Lake Tahoe Basin Management Area

Address: 35 College Drive, South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150

Fee: Day-use Permit Fee $5

The Lake Tahoe Basin Management Area is a huge acreage highlighted by the spectacular Lake Tahoe. The densely forested area around the lake is a great place for camping, hiking, and a wide variety of water sports. You will enjoy the peaceful forest atmosphere and lots of wildlife viewing and bird-watching. There are ski resorts, shopping opportunities, and even casinos in South Lake Tahoe. Since there are miles to explore, taking the trip in an RV means that you can enjoy the flexibility of moving to different areas without worrying about reservations or time schedules.