Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park, Incline Village

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Lake Tahoe – Nevada State Park is a state park of Nevada, United States, on the northeast shores of Lake Tahoe. The park comprises six management units which total 14301acre. The park is in the Western Nevada Region of Nevada State Parks. It includes the Marlette Lake Water System which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and as a Historic Civil Engineering Landmark.UnitsSand HarborSand Harbor features a large sandy beach on Lake Tahoe's eastern shore. It is also the location of the outdoor Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival. Bouldering, picnicking, the Sand Point nature trail, a boat launch and the Lake Tahoe–Nevada State Park visitor center are all located here.Spooner LakeSpooner Lake is located near the intersection of U.S. Route 50 and State Route 28 at "Spooner Summit." Spooner Lake is popular for picnicking, fishing, and viewing wildlife and wildflowers. The site is also the primary starting point for the Marlette/Hobart Backcountry trails as well as the main vehicle entrance to both areas. Snow Valley Peak may be reached by hiking along North Canyon Creek from Spooner Lake north almost to Marlett Lake and then east to the summit.
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  • This is probably the most beautiful lake I have laid eyes upon, and I live in Southern Oregon! There are little turn outs and hiking trails all around the lake. It is great for a short walk to stretch...  more »
  • What a beautiful place. If you are looking for something less crowded than the slopes, visit Spooner Lake. There are nice trails around the lake that are great for those not from the mountains who hav...  more »
  • We met this lovely place when we visited California and we were staying in San Francisco. It was a trip to Lake Tahoe climbing mountains and enjoying the nature. The Lake is wonderful and delights by the color and the contrast of green and blue.
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