|Facilities: General Creek Campground has piped drinking water and restrooms available on the premises. Showers are provided in the restrooms (not available in the winter).|
Best Time To Visit: General Creek Campground is open year-round. During the winter months, the entry road and parking spaces are cleared of snow; however, no showers are available in the winter.Campsites must be paid for in advance. To hold a campsite, it must be reserved or occupied. Checkout time is 12:00 noon. Camping limit in any one campground is 30 days per calendar year.
Fees: At most California State Parks, day use fees are charged for parking only. There is no charge to walk or bike into these parks. Most historical parks and museums charge a day use fee per person.
Accessibility: Accessible camping is available. The campfire center is also accessible, with accessible parking nearby.
Rules: Disturbance or destruction of natural scenery, plants and animals resources is strictly forbidden. Loaded firearms and hunting are not permitted. Park quite hours are between 10:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. All vehicle travel must be confined to designated roads or areas. Please clean up after yourself so that others may enjoy the beauty of these parks.Fires are permitted only in facilities provided for this purpose. Gathering of down wood is prohibited. Portable stoves may be used in designated areas. All fireworks are prohibited.Animals may not be turned loose in park units. All animals, other than grazing animals, must be under immediate physical control. Dogs must be on a tended leash no more than 6 feet or confined in an enclosed vehicle, tent or pen. Dogs, other than those that assist the permanently disabled, are prohibited on trails, beaches, and wherever posted.
Directions: Ed Z'berg - Sugar Pine Point State Park is located on the west shore of Lake Tahoe, ten miles south of Tahoe City on Highway 89.
Map: Click here for a map to General Creek Campground
Reservations: General Creek Campground accepts reservations.