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Ahart Campground is conveniently located on the Middle American River and is near French Meadows Reservoir.
This is a very steep and difficult trail, which involves numerous switchbacks.
The trail winds through old growth forest. Notice the many trees of different sizes, ages, and species. If you happen to visit during the spring, wildflowers are plentiful along the trail.
If you’re looking for a place to let loose on your OHV in the summer or explore the snow in the winter, China Wall is perfect for you.
Weather in the Tahoe National Forest is amazing. Spring features colorful wildflowers, summer sun warms the lakes and rivers. Fall brings an array of vibrant colors followed by winter storms that transform the area into a snowy playground.
This easy trail provides beautiful views of the North Fork American River and leads to an impressive 40′ waterfall.
Features are cooking grills, campfire rings with benches, serving and eating tables, and lots of tent space.
Great flavors, pricing and portion sizes.
This trail along the North Fork of the American River has two methods of access. The portion along the river is 5.8 miles, with opportunities for fishing, camping, swimming, and gold panning.
Forbes Creek Group Campground is located on the southeast shore of Sugar Pine Reservoir in a cedar and pine forest overlooking the reservoir. It is near the North Fork of the American River with access to trails and swimming.
Nestled in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, Forest House Lodge delivers spectacular views designed by the genius of nature.
This loop offers some beautiful views of Lake Clementine and both the North Fork and Middle Fork American Rivers.
The museum offers visitors a peak into what life was like on the Foresthill Divide during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Foresthill has an outstanding, nearly 100 mile OHV trail system suitable for both motorcycles and ATVs less than 50 inches in overall width.