Kaspian Campground is very small and most of the sites have a view of Lake Tahoe. We enjoyed watching the boats pass by. Walk just a few feet to a picnic table right on the beach and swimming access. You have to drive to get to a sandy beach. It is considered a “biking campground” because it is across the road from the bike path and you cannot park your car at your campsite. There is a two lane, level Bike path around much of Lake Tahoe.
The sites are walk or bike in, meaning you can’t park your car right next to where you put your tent. It is a very short walk to the parking lot; about 75 feet in our case. Three of the sites are on a flat trail to the
parking lot and the remaining six sites are up a set of stairs. The restrooms are new and have running water.
The campground is across a busy road from Lake Tahoe. We arrived on a
Friday night after midnight and we could hear the waves lapping the beach. The
road was too loud the rest of the weekend to hear the waves, but come Monday it
was quiet again.
Visit the Destination Page For more information on our trip to Lake Tahoe.
Make your camping reservations using Recreation.gov When we made our reservations in mid-July, for early August, it was the last campground on Lake Tahoe with anything available.