Ed Z'berg Sugar Pine Point
Campground Map of Ed Z'berg Sugar Pine Point State Park (SP) in California. Published by California Department of Parks and Recreation.
Ed Z’Berg Sugar Pine Point State Park Hwy. 89 • West Shore Lake Tahoe, Tahoma, CA 96142 • (530) 525-7982 allowed to recycle back into the ecosystem. You may purchase firewood at the entrance station. CH 25 s 76-1 e t i S y Group Camping Family Sites Famil Sites 1-10 47-59 Paved Road Campfire Center Parking Unpaved Road Fishing Restrooms Trail: Hiking Only Group Camping RV Sanitation Paved Trail: Hike & Bike Group Picnic Area Showers Lighthouse Swimming Picnic Area Wood Sales Accessible Feature CH Overflow Parking CH LEGEND No Bikes No Dogs Camp Host Site il Tra ry ud ea dB Ro FIRES AND FIREWOOD Please be cautious when building fires—wildfire danger is especially high during the summer. Fires are allowed only in established fire rings or camp stoves. Do not build ground fires outside the fire rings or leave campfires unattended. Do not gather firewood in the park—the nutrients must be Family Sites 126-175 Sugar Pine Point Lighthouse Edwin L. Z'Berg Natural Preserve th Pa ke Bi DOGS Dogs must be kept on a leash no longer than six feet and under control at all times. They are not permitted in buildings, on trails (except paved trails), or beaches. Dogs must be confined to a vehicle or tent from 10:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. Showers Closed Daily 12 noon to 2 p.m. To Lil ly Po nd CHECKOUT TIME 12 noon. Please vacate your site by that time. ature Trail Nature Center LAKE TAHOE Picnic/Day-Use Area (Open 6 a.m. to sunset) North Boat House Phipps Cabin Ehrman Mansion Tennis Court Park Office Pier Lakefront Interpretive Tr ail 9 Y8 HW SPEED LIMIT Though the maximum speed VEHICLE PARKING The Ed Z’Berg Sugar Pine limit is 15 mph, when pedestrians, bicyclists and Point parking lot is located on the east side children are present even 15 mph might be too of the campground near the park entrance. fast. Use good judgement. Campsites are designed to accommodate one or two vehicles. Additional vehicles must be parked in the overflow parking lot (call for information on GENERAL CREEK Campground the extra vehicle charge). For parking CAMPGROUND Entrance Station purposes, trailers are considered (Enlarged detail on back) vehicles. ALL VEHICLES MUST BE PARKED ON PAVEMENT. QUIET HOURS Quiet Sugar Pine Cone hours are from 10:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. To ensure an enjoyable experience for everyone, please do not disturb other campers, regardless of the time of day or night. Dolder N OCCUPANCY Eight people are allowed per family campsite. Park Office Day-Use Entrance Station South Boat House © 2006 California State Parks GENERAL CREEK CAMPGROUND 139 137 140 141 135 133 134 142 131 143 CH 146 129 127 126 175 152 151 153 171 155 157 159 167 168 158 165 160 162 166 156 161 163 164 84 83 88 170 169 154 86 173 87 89 90 91 80 82 100 85 96 92 94 RESERVED CAMPING MOUNTAIN BIKES Use only paved roads, dirt roads and trails designated for bike use. All other trails are closed to mountain bikes. GAMES Volleyball, badminton, horseshoes and similar games are not allowed in the campgrounds or on the beach. 106 105 123 121 117 116 120 118 122 114 112 107 110 115 108 109 111 CH Camp Host Site Parking p4 Grou CH Gr ou p6 GROUP CAMPING SITES 1-10 113 Campfire Center 95 NOISE Radios and other sound-producing devices must not be audible beyond your immediate campsite, regardless of the time of day or night. Engine driven generators or other devices are not to be operated between the hours of 8:00 p.m. and 10:00 a.m. 124 102 103 101 104 99 98 97 93 79 81 125 77 119 Group 10 Overflow Parking Gro up 8 33 34 59 58 up 7 Gro 150 149 174 172 Family Sites 76-175 78 3 up Gro 148 147 Group 1 (Closed daily 12 noon to 2:00 p.m.) 76 p5 Grou 145 132 130 128 Grou p9 138 15 Minute Parking Gro up 2 136 Campground Entrance Station 40 41 42 4344 45 46 47 Restrooms RV Sanitation FAMILY SITES 40-59 Showers Wood Sales BEAR WARNING Bears may come into the campground at any time of the day or night. Please lock all food in your bear-proof locker. Do not keep food in your tent or sleeping area, in exposed ice chests, or on storage shelves. Place all garbage in dumpsters as soon as possible— do not allow it to accumulate. Improper food storage could result in a citation with a maximum fine of $1,000 (Section 4323 (b) California Code of Regulations). For emergencies call 48 57 56 55 54 53 52 49 50 51 911 Reservations for Camping You may make camping reservations up to seven months and no less than 48 hours in advance by calling 1-800-444-7275 (TTY 1-800-274-7275). Reservations may be charged to your VISA®, Discover® or MasterCard®. To make online reservations, visit our Web site at www.parks.ca.gov.