Campground fees to increase around Lake Tahoe
Editor’s note: This story has been updated with a correction from the U.S. Forest Service.
Fees at campgrounds operated by California Land Management on National Forest Land around Lake Tahoe will increase this summer, according to a statement released by the U.S. Forest Service Thursday.
Fees will now be $30 at Fallen Leaf, $25 at Meeks Bay, $25 at William Kent, $17 at Kaspian, and $30 and $34 for premium sites at Nevada Beach. Fees at Bayview Campground, beaches and day-use areas will remain the same.
Seasonal beach passes cost $70 and can be purchased at Fallen Leaf Campground store, William Kent and Nevada Beach Campgrounds. Beach passes are good on Fourth of July weekend.
Dogs and other pets are not allowed on designated swim beaches, including Nevada, Pope, Baldwin, Meeks Bay, William Kent and Kaspian.
For a complete list of projected recreation site opening dates, visit fs.usda.gov/goto/ltbmu/recareaopenings or call the forest supervisor’s office at 530-543-2694.