CLOSED due to USFS fire danger mandate within the state of California. Reopening next summer.
RV Overnight Camping FEE: $45 per night RV campsite parking. RVs include trailers, motorhomes, fifth wheels, Sprinter class vans, and 12 passenger size vans or larger. One additional vehicle per campsite.
Payment: CASH ONLY. Payment must be made at the iron ranger within the RV campground before occupying a campsite. Chevron in Meyers, CA is the closest ATM, 8 minutes away.
Check-in and check-out: Check in is after 1pm and check out is before 11am.
RV campsites are for overnight RV camping only. Please do not occupy an RV campsite unless you have paid the RV Camping FEE.
Additional vehicles and boat trailers: Additional vehicles and boats/boat trailers must be parked in trailhead parking and charged the $8 per vehicle or $8 boat/trailer fee per day.
Generators: Generator use is allowed between the hours of 7am – 9pm.
Wifi: No wifi. Cell service can be weak at times.
Bears/Wildlife: We have bears, coyotes, raccoons, squirrels, ravens, bigfoot, and other wildlife. It is the campers responsibility to keep food out of sight and locked up inside a vehicle or RV at all times.
Dogs: Up to two dogs per campsite allowed, at an additional charge of $2 per dog per night. Dogs must be leashed at all times. Dogs may not be left unattended at any time.
How many people are allowed per campsite? Up to 6 people are included in your campsite fee. Additional people may be added for $6 per person per night, up to a maximum of 2 additional people.
Campfires: No open campfires or charcoal grills allowed. Gas grills allowed, but must be stored inside vehicles when not in use.
Restrooms: Vault toilets are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. No running water available in vault toilets.
Services: We do not have water for fill up, do not have hookups, and there is no dump station. Self contained RV units only. Pack out everything you packed in including trash, recycling, wastewater, and sewage. Grocery stores, gas stations, and restaurants are located 8 minutes away in Meyers, CA. The city of South Lake Tahoe is 12 minutes away.
COVID-19: An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place. COVID-19 is an extremely contagious disease that can lead to severe illness and death, especially for senior citizens and those with underlying medical and health conditions. By visiting Adventure Mountain Lake Tahoe, you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19. Please visit the link below for the most recent state guidelines.
Overnight camping/parking at your own risk. Adventure Mountain is not responsible for loss, damage, or injury.