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It's a long way to the nearest anything.

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No

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Yes - Day use and Camping

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DL Bliss 

If you like to spend time camping on Lake Tahoe, D.L Bliss is a must stop. The beachside area is walking distance (stairs) to a beautiful beach in a sheltered cove (Lester Beach). The hike along the beach to Rubicon Point or to the historic lighthouse provide scaringly stunning views of the lake as well as interesting rock formations. The campsites can be reserved through reserveamerica. Hot showers, flushing toilets, the whole nine yards. The spots in the beach area tend to be a little smaller and more cramped than the other areas. The other campgrounds are not really within walking distance of the beach (maybe with a towel only). If you are at the beach campsite, or even if you're not, you should make a point to get to the beach some day for the sunrise. If you are visiting after June you will need to take special precautions for yellow jackets (meat bees) which become a real problem from July till it's cold. 


DL Bliss Pictures

D.L Bliss Sunset Sunrise from DL Bliss Lake Tahoe Sunrise
Bluffs overlooking Rubicon Point Moonlit Bubbles The bubbles have taken their brains!
Beautiful Calm Tahoe Beach Sheltered Cove at Lester Beach Lighthouse at Rubicon Point

Directions The park is about 17 miles south of Tahoe City on Highway 89, and just a few of miles north of Emerald Bay, depending upom where in the bay you start counting.

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