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In the park, family and group camp sites are available.
The Bear River is part of a large network of streams draining the western slope of the Sierra Nevada. It was to these streams and rivers that the pioneers of the 1800’s came to seek their fortunes. Bear River offers a wonderful hike through nature. With many trails provided to help you explore the park. Animals such as black-tailed deer, raccoons, squirrels, skunks, porcupines, foxes, and even a few bobcats are among the many animals living in the park. Many family and group camp sites are available – pitch your tent here and enjoy nature as it was meant to be!
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Experience the thrill of snowmobiling amidst the breathtaking beauty of the mountains as you wind our way through tall pine trees and aspen groves, powder filled meadows and along lake view ridges, to the summits overlooking Lake Tahoe.
This is a popular trail to the North Fork of the American River and is used by hikers, bicyclists and equestrians.
Geocachers can ride Squaw Valley’s scenic Aerial Tram up to High Camp, el. 8200 feet, to find 10 caches hidden among the mountain’s peaks using GPS coordinates.