Food Storage Locker Information Metal bear-resistant food lockers are provided in each campsite. All food, beverages, and tolietries are required by law to be stored in provided food lockers. The inside dimensions of the food lockedrs 36" deep, 43" wide, and 22" high. Violators will be cited. The SRA is in Tahoe City, near shopping malls and restaurants. Views of Ponderosa and Jefferey pine groves from park. Lakeside campgrounds are in this park. Ed Z'berg - Sugar Pine Point State Park is 11 miles south on State Highway 89, is suggested if more secluded campsites are desired. 8:00am to 9:00pm May 24 through Sept 30

6 months ago

this isn't stanford rock

Still snow on the trail, very full creek you need to cross as well, can be done :)

I was a little confused by this hike, and I think it was the directions to get there the AllTrails app provided us. The directions (we came from Basecamp Hotel in Tahoe City) led us to a neighborhood cul-de-sac that provided no trailhead marker or sign of any sort... There was just a pathway that looked "hike-ish," so we started from there and ended up having to backtrack. It was a nice woodsy hike, though, with some peekaboo lake views in one section. It was very flat and an easy walk, but no trail makers along the way.

Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Nice section of the rim trail with some good lakes views and big features

Nice woods hike but came too late in season (September) for flowers or flowing water.

This was the second section of the TRT we completed. As usual with the the TRT, the views are amazing and the hike is just majestic. We started this backpacking trip at Brockway Summit and hiked into Tahoe City with the intentions of having a nice meal and a beer afterwards. We found a great flat camping site, the only downside was we were far from water. Mid July most water sources were dried up and Watson Lake was the only reliable source at that time.

Whole TRT is great. Some hard surfaces here but worth the effort

Saturday, February 13, 2016

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