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Friday, July 12, 2024

Help keep Tahoe bears wild

Bears are hungry and scavenging for food anywhere they can find it, which includes trash cans, grills, garages, vehicles and homes. There are easy...

Avoid drowning from cold water shock

An average of seven people drown in Lake Tahoe every year due to cold-water shock, according to Take Care Tahoe. These drownings are preventable...

Sand Harbor to require reservations

Reservations will be required for parking at Sand Harbor State Park starting Aug. 17 before 10:30 a.m. on weekends and holidays, according to a...

Tahoe Family Fun Guide Winter 2024

Read the digital version of the guide at issuu.com.

Hot springs reopen at Grover SP

The hot springs have reopened at Grover Hot Springs State Park outside Markleeville after being closed for more than two years following damage from...

Buy bear plaques to fund trails

The Tahoe Fund has announced a partnership with Placer County to install personalized bear plaques along the railings in Tahoe City’s Heritage Plaza to...

D.L Bliss closed through 2024

D.L. Bliss State Park will remain closed through summer 2024, according to California State Parks. New water storage tanks that provide drinking water for...

Tahoe’s lesser-known state parks: North Shore gems

Tahoe’s popular state parks on the West Shore — Emerald Bay, Sugar Pine Point and Bliss (closed this year for a major remodel) —...

Stream profile chamber to reopen

The Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit has announced that repairs are underway at the Stream Profile Chamber at Taylor Creek Visitor Center. The chamber...

New East Shore parking, facilities

The U.S. Forest Service Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit project to expand parking at Chimney Beach on the East Shore is underway, as Tahoe...