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Welcome to Lake Tahoe Conditions!

A California Camping Experience

THREE DOZEN campgrounds, plus thousands of acres open to dispersed camping, make Alpine County a favorite with campers. A range of facilities are available, from sites along a rushing stream, to lakeside camp-grounds with swimming, fishing a boating.

With elevations ranging from 5000 to 8000 feet, campgrounds are clustered around Lake Alpine on the west, and Caples Lake, Hope Valley and Markleeville on the east.

Developed campgrounds are managed by the U.S. Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, Alpine County and California State Parks, as well as private owners.

For campers looking for a more secluded location, the County's National Forests are open for dispersed camping. Many locations are available along the major travel routes, including Highway 88, 89 and 4, as well as the Blue Lakes Road.

Alpine County is also home to two Federal Wilderness Areas, the Mokulumne and the Carson-Iceberg. Closed to motor vehicles and bicycles, these two large areas are managed for the wilderness experience.

Permits for overnight use are required by the U.S. Forest Service for the Mokeumne and Carson-Iceberg Wildernesses. These can be obtained at no cost at the Alpine County Visitors Center in Marklee-ville or at major trailheads. Permits are not required for day use.

Campfire permits are required for open fires, charcoal fires and portable stoves. At times of extreme fire danger, fires may be prohibited entirely in some areas of the National Forest or Wilderness. Annual permits, valid throughout California, can be obtained at most ranger stations, or at the Alpine County Visitors Center.

For more information call: Alpine County (530) 694-2475; El Dorado National Forest (530) 644-6048.

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