North Tahoe Regional Park

The North Tahoe Regional Park in Tahoe Vista, California is located one mile west of Highway 267 and one mile north of Highway 28, on the North Shore of Lake Tahoe. This forested, dog friendly park offers stunning views and a variety of year-round recreational activities for all ages and ability levels. Read more abut North Tahoe Regional Park


The Parks Department owns, maintains and manages Tahoe Vista Recreation Area and Boat Launch as well as other Public beaches owned by Placer County including Secline Beach and Speedboat Beach. Read more about beaches

Boat Launches

The Parks Department maintains and operates the Coon Street Boat Launch and the Tahoe Vista Recreation Area Boat Launch. Read more about boat launches

Bike Trail

The Pinedrop Trail is a 1.5 mile paved trail that connects Pinedrop Drive (off of Highway 267) to the North Tahoe Regional Park. This trail is an opportunity for Kings Beach residents to access the Regional Park on bikes or on foot. Read more about the bike trail

North Tahoe Event Center

The North Tahoe Event Center is owned and operated by the North Tahoe Public Utility District. This lakefront facility in the heart of Kings Beach offers wedding, meeting, conference, and event space for up to 400 guests. In addition, the Event Center also hosts many local events and fundraisers. Read more about North Tahoe Event Center

Outdoor Adventures

The District contracts with concessionaires at our facilities to provide a variety of experiences for our visitors.  Read more about outdoor adventures

Dining/Lodging Options

Whether you are coming for a tournament, a family reunion or some other event, north Tahoe has a variety of dining and lodging options for every budget. Read more about dining and lodging