Interested in going on a bike ride? How about a picnic? Come to 64-Acres Park – a U.S. Forest Service land that is developed, operated and maintained by the TCPUD. This park hosts parking, picnicking and provides access to the bike trail system and to the Truckee River itself through a rafting ramp.

  • Hours Dawn to dusk
  • Address 165 West Lake Boulevard, Tahoe City, CA 96145
  • Phone Administrative Office: 530-580-6279
  • Website 64-Acres Park
  • Best Feature Rafting ramp (Truckee River)
  • Picnic Tables
  • Bike Trail Access
  • Parking

Located on the east side of the Truckee River.

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