Ed Z'berg Sugar Pine Point State Park RV & Campground Guide

California

Ed Z’berg Sugar Pine Point State Park, which is located near Tahoma and Tahoe City, California, is a year-round favorite with many families. In the winter, you can go cross-country skiing on over 20 miles of marked trails. This park is a great place to go hiking in the spring. As the weather warms up, you will want to head to the swimming beach or take a boat out on Lake Tahoe. Nearby, you will find many things to do in places such as Zephyr Cove, Olympic Village and Stateline. 

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Weather
Spring 35-51 F
Summer 52-72 F
Fall 51-68 F
Winter 29-42 F
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Nearby Cities
Tahoma, CA
Tahoe City, CA
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RV Resorts & Campsites in Ed Z'berg Sugar Pine Point State Park

There are many fun places to go camping in and around Ed Z’berg Sugar Pine Point State Park, and you can spend time relaxing with your friends and family when you stay in an RV. If you do not have an RV of your own, consider renting one on RVshare.com

General Creek Campground

Year-round camping is available at this campground on a first-come basis with rates starting at $30 per night. While camping under ponderosa pine trees, you will love being close to all there is to do in Ed Z’berg Sugar Pine Point State Park, including visiting the nature center. 

Water hookup: No 

Electrical hookup: No 

Sewer hookup: No 

Wi-Fi: No 

Pet-friendly: Yes, on a leash and always attended 

Other amenities: Picnic tables, fire ring, grate and food storage locker

Meeks Bay Campground

This national forest campground, where rates start at $30 a month, is open from mid-May through mid-October. It's located about halfway between Ed Z’berg Sugar Pine Point State Park and D.L. Bliss State Park, and it offers easy access to hiking areas. 

Water hookup: No 

Electrical hookup: No 

Sewer hookup: No 

Wi-Fi: No 

Pet-friendly: Yes, on a leash and always attended 

Other amenities: Picnic tables, fire ring, grate and food storage locker 

William Kent Campground

This national forest campground is also open from mid-May through mid-October. It sits in a residential neighborhood and is easy to get to because it is located just off a major highway. This campground, where rates start at $31 a night, also offers yurts. 

Water hookup: No 

Electrical hookup: No 

Sewer hookup: No 

Wi-Fi: No 

Pet-friendly: Yes, on a leash and always attended 

Other amenities: Picnic tables, fire ring, grate and food storage locker 

Kaspian Campground

From mid-May to mid-October, campers can stay at Kaspian Campground. Bike paths around the west side of Lake Tahoe begin near this campground, where rates start at $22 per night. 

Water hookup: No 

Electrical hookup: No 

Sewer hookup: No 

Wi-Fi: No 

Pet-friendly: Yes, on a leash and always attended 

Other amenities: Picnic tables, fire ring, grate and food storage locker 

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What to Do at
Ed Z'berg Sugar Pine Point State Park

Inside Ed Z'berg Sugar Pine Point State Park

There is a lot to do when you camp at this state park located on the west shore of Lake Tahoe. Almost 2 miles of lakeshore access is available for fishing, sunbathing and other beachfront activities. You can visit the nature center to learn about different bird species that call this area home. In the winter, this park is a favorite among cross-country skiers. Don't forget to tour the Hellman-Ehrman Mansion, which was constructed in 1903.

Outside Ed Z'berg Sugar Pine Point State Park

The main reason that most people come to this region is to play on Lake Tahoe, but there are many other activities available, including bike paths to explore and rope courses to challenge you. The fishing is excellent for numerous species, and many people enjoy bird-watching. In the winter, there is snow sledding, downhill and cross-country skiing and more. 

Restaurants

West Shore Pizza

Since 2014, this restaurant has been serving guests a variety of pizzas made with dough that uses all-natural Italian flour. 

Type: Italian

Location: 7000 Westlake Boulevard, Tahoma, California 96142

West Shore Café

This restaurant on the shore of Lake Tahoe offers a seasonally changing menu made with locally sourced ingredients. 

Type: American

Location: 5160 West Lake Boulevard, Homewood, California 96141

Obexer's General Store Cafe

Get fresh bagels, deli-style sandwiches and other quick entrees at this restaurant that also sells basic supplies. 

Type: American

Location: 5300 West Lake Boulevard, Homewood, California 96141

Fire Sign Café

Since 1978, Fire Sign Café has been serving breakfast and lunch options to locals and visitors. 

Type: American

Location: 1785 West Lake Boulevard, Tahoe City, California 96145

Swiss Lakewood Restaurant

For more than 95 years, this restaurant has been serving outstanding German food along with steaks and American comfort entrees. 

Type: German

Location: 5055 West Lake Boulevard, Homewood, California 96141

Shopping

West Shore Sports

Rent kayaks, bicycles and all types of winter sporting equipment at this shop. 

Location: 5395 West Lake Boulevard, Homewood, California 96141

Alpenglow Sports

Since 1979, shoppers have been buying outdoor gear for all seasons from this shop. 

Location: 415 North Lake Boulevard, Tahoe City, California 96145

Kalifornia Jeans Bar

Find clothing and fashion accessories for men and women at this store located within Cobblestone Center. 

Location: 495 North Lake Boulevard, Tahoe City, California 96145

Olympic Bike Shop

Buy or rent bikes, including e-bikes, at this shop where you can also get your bike serviced. 

Location: 620 North Lake Boulevard, Tahoe City, California 96145

Willard’s Sport Shop

Rent all types of summer and winter sports equipment from this family-friendly shop that also sells some sporting equipment. 

Location: 170 North Lake Boulevard, Tahoe City, California 96145

Sightseeing

Tahoe Treetops Adventure Park

Experience aerial trekking along courses created for different age groups at this zipline and rope course.

Location: 725 Granlibakken Road, Tahoe City, California 96145

Emerald Bay State Park

Go hiking, swimming, kayaking, scuba diving and boating at this state park that has been declared a National Natural Landmark. You can also tour a Scandinavian-inspired mansion at the park. 

Location: 138 Emerald Bay Road, South Lake Tahoe, California 96150

Homewood Mountain Resort

Go skiing, enjoy snowboarding or try riding a Sno-Cat at this family-friendly ski resort. 

Location: 5145 Westlake Boulevard, Homewood, California 96141

Blackwood Canyon SNO-PARK

Snowmobile, cross-country ski, dog sled or snowshoe at this park located within the boundaries of the Kaspian Recreation Area. 

Location: CA-89, Tahoe City, California 96145

Eagle Rock Trail

This 0.7-mile trail offers excellent views from its summit, and you can have a snowball fight. 

Location: 3370 West Lake Boulevard, Homewood, California 96141

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How to Get to
Ed Z'berg Sugar Pine Point State Park

From Tahoe City, California, take California Highway 89 10 miles south, and you will arrive at the park. From Homewood, California, take West Lake Boulevard south. It will become California Highway 89 and take you to the park in about four minutes. 

Entering Ed Z'berg Sugar Pine Point State Park

Ed Z’berg Sugar Pine Point State Park is open year-round, but some facilities may be limited during the winter months. Call ahead for current park hours.

Per vehicle : $10

Summer

Per vehicle : $5

Winter

As you can tell, there is plenty to do at Ed Z’berg Sugar Pine Point State Park and in the surrounding area. If you have memories from Ed Z’berg Sugar Pine Point State Park, post them to your social media account and tag RVshare. You can also send your memories to [email protected] We look forward to hearing about the great adventures you had at this park and in nearby locations. Creating memories while staying in an RV is a great way to enjoy life.