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The park includes a grassy area located above the beach; shoreline access; permanent restrooms; one horseshoe pit (bring your own shoes!); barbecues and picnic tables; and three popular, high quality beach volleyball courts.
Be sure to stop by this popular park and beach with the whole family! North Tahoe Beach is a 2.7 acre beach park with 540 feet of public shoreline. The park includes a shoreline access, permanent restrooms, one horseshoe pit (bring your own shoes!), and three popular, high quality beach volleyball courts. The North Tahoe Beach Center is a busy spot, with happy families and the area’s best volleyball players enjoying the scene. Their group picnic shelter sports a large barbecue and cold running water and is perfect for a family outing. The shelter is available for free on a first-come, first-served basis only for private parties.
Located at the intersection of Highway 267 and Highway 28. There is no fee for use of the 42 parking spaces; however, they fill up early during the height of the summer season!
A year-round creek meanders through the north end of the park, and playground and picnic areas are nested in shaded areas.
Willow Lake Ranch has a great selection of lesson horses suitable for small children and adults just starting their riding careers. They also have horses suited to more advanced riders or you may use your own horse. Lessons are offered for both English and Western riding styles.
This park hosts parking, picnicking and provides access to the bike trail system and to the Truckee River itself through a rafting ramp.