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Taylor Creek Visitor Center

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Taylor Creek Visitor Center

438 Reviews
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Hwy. 89, South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150
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Just another fantastic place to visit whilst enjoying Lake Tahoe! We had been at Lake Tahoe for about a week and hadn't seen a bear.... a quick Google and it said to visit Taylor Creek so we did on the way back to our hotel. Wow....what a beautiful place! Managed to see 2
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The visitor center was claosed for the season,but the park was terrific. Nice walking pathes throught the woods, meadows and marshes. Lots of wildlift. Another tril took us g down to the lake shoreline.
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This little nature path leads to a large deck overlooking the river, ducks and thousands of red salmon. Cameras madly clicked away as we watched this bear catch and consume his share of red salmon. It's a pretty little natural river area with birds, ducks and lots of bright
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Stopped by here on a day the Salmon were spawning. It was very cool to see. There were Park Rangers here to explain the process of the Salmon. A great place to stop by.
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A bear came to feed and we were not allowed to pass. We waited for about 15 minutes and then were allowed to walk to the bridge. I was amazed to see so many salmon. Also enjoyed the view and the walk.
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