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D.L. Bliss State Park

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D.L. Bliss State Park

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M.S Dixie II Sunset Dinner Cruise

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Watch the sun slip behind the mountains on a Lake Tahoe dinner cruise aboard the M.S. Dixie II, and enjoy champagne, live music and an elegant dinner on the water. Dance to tunes from the local Steve Walker Band, see a spectacular Sierra sunset, then sit down for a freshly prepared meal. Enjoy selections like grass-fed beef or trout, organic greens, and vegetables. Finish the evening with fresh berries and cake as the first stars appear above the peaks, and Lake Tahoe’s scenic shoreline is illuminated.
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Brian Vo wrote a review Nov 2020
San Jose, California7 contributions1 helpful vote
Actual Rating: 4.25 We was unlucky to find out that the beach loop was unavailable. We booked camp 24, the last one available. We still had a great experience. We enjoyed hiking on the trails and taking pictures of Lake Tahoe's only island. There was a lot of things to do here. We saw the old lighthouse after hiking a few miles. There is a problem, which is that bathrooms aren't sanantized properly. During the coronavirus pandemic, park employees failed to properly sanitize and clean the park. Overall, I'd recommend you to go to D.L. Bliss State Park.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Marilyn wrote a review Aug 2020
224 contributions16 helpful votes
The state park was beautiful. The trails were amazing. Both maps I got were terrible. That is the only reason for it being 4 stars. People were very kind there. The walks were beautiful. Some of the trails that were told didn’t exist. The parking lots are not clearly marked with their purpose. These photos are from 7am. When I left at 9am on a Thursday it was pretty full.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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DaleRachmeler wrote a review Aug 2020
Oakland, California470 contributions137 helpful votes
Just spent two nights camping here. DL Bliss campground was lovely. We were on the upper side in a lovely site. The campground, 140+ sites are on the slopes of Lake Tahoe making the setting not only lovely but very nicely laid out. Despite the crowds at this time of year especially for those wanting to get down to Emerald Bay, the campground is spacious and well off of Hwy 89 so there is no road noise like in many other places. It was completely full but you did not feel squeezed in by nearby campers. Most campers were well behaved unlike other places we have been. Hiking, biking, swimming and boating are all within easy reach. Have fun.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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MeganLAM wrote a review Jul 2020
Los Angeles, California125 contributions16 helpful votes
We were lucky to snag a site on the “beach” loop. Not sure I’d stay here again unless I could get a beach site. The campsites are not on the beach, but a close walk down some stairs. All other sites are up a hill. Too far to walk. Some sites were pretty small. Ours #142 was a decent size and fit 7 people just fine. The campground was a mix of family & a few party kids. The bathrooms are flush and are ok clean.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Dale R wrote a review Jun 2020
Stateline, Nevada278 contributions45 helpful votes
A great place to start your hike on the Rubicon Trail is from the road by the beach area. If you are going all the way to Emerald Bay make sure you have a car shuttle to bring you back. Then enjoy a refreshing swim in Lake Tahoe
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Date of experience: September 2019
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