Lake Tahoe Marathon Race Day Parking and shuttle buses |

Lake Tahoe Marathon Race Day Parking and shuttle buses

Keith Sheffield / Tahoe World / A volunteer steers runners around a tree at the Lake Tahoe Marathon's start at Commons Beach in Tahoe City last year.

* Finish Line Parking in the Camp Ground next to the Pope Beach Finish Line, is $10. This is for spectators, family and friends of the runners. There is no shuttle pick up to the start lines from here by order of the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency. Look to turn left into the Camp Ground as you come from the south just past the entrance to Pope Beach. Maybe 150 yards.

* Free parking at the Shuttle Bus pick up point at the Horizon Casino. Please take the Shuttle Buses.

* Free parking at Miller’s Outpost for spectators, volunteers, and 10K local runners. Miller’s Outpost is at the “Y” which is the intersection of Highway 50 and Highway 89 in South Lake Tahoe. Look to also park at the “vacant building” parking lot next to the Post Office across the street from Miller’s Outpost. Free Shuttle bus starts at 8:30 a.m. and ends at 3:30 p.m.

* Do not park on the side of the street adjacent to Miller’s Outpost on Fifth Street, James Street or Dunlap Street as these will be for shuttle bus line up.

* There is “no parking” posted along Highway 89 surrounding the Pope Beach Finish area by order of the Forest Service and the terms of our Special Use Permit.

* Locals and drive ups from the Sacramento direction on Race Day may park at Miller’s Outpost and catch your 10K only Race Day Shuttle to the start line from Miller’s Outpost. Look for signs. Buses leave at 10:20 A.M. to the start line.

* Tahoe local spectators should ride their bikes in. Especially families with kids for the Sunday Kids Fun Run events.

* Please do not ride on the bike path north of Pope Beach on Saturday between 11a.m. and 2 p.m. as that is the time 2800 runners will be on the path heading to the Finish Line at Pope Beach.

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