Access to Sand Harbor via the Lake Tahoe East Shore Trail is closed. More…

Access to Sand Harbor via the Tahoe East Shore Trail temporarily closed to protect public health and safety

Lake Tahoe’s renowned Sand Harbor State Park is one of Nevada’s most popular recreation destinations that attracts thousands of area residents and tourists alike, especially during the warmer months. To help prevent visitation surges amid the COVID-19 health crisis, and to protect the health and safety of state park visitors and staff, access to Sand Harbor State Park from the Tahoe East Shore Trail will be closed effective Friday, May 8, 2020, until further notice. While the section of the Tahoe East Shore Trail between Memorial Point and Sand Harbor will be closed, Sand Harbor State Park and the Tunnel Creek to Memorial Point segment of the Tahoe East Shore Trail remain open at this time.

Please be advised that parking along Hwy 28 near Sand Harbor, as well as walk-ins, are prohibited. Sand Harbor’s hours of operation are from 8 a.m. to one hour after sunset, seven days a week.

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