The North Tahoe Regional Park is the perfect place to bring the whole family for a fun day of snow play!  The parking fee is $5.  (This is included in your Tahoe TreeTop Adventure Park reservation fee.)  Some amenities and concessionaires (Tahoe TreeTop Adventure Park, North Tahoe Winter Adventures, and the Llewellyn Scout Camp) also require additional fees for usage.

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North Tahoe Regional Park

Winter Activities

North Tahoe Winter Adventures

Sledding & Snowmobile Rental -

Tahoe Adventure Company

Guided snowshoe tours & star gazing

Tahoe TreeTop Adventure Park

Reservations Required - please follow all COVID-19 protocols


Cross-Country Trails and Snowshoeing



Children's Sled Hill


Field #4 Synthetic Soccer Field 


Thomas Llewellyn Scout Camp Weather and Ski Area Info Links


North Tahoe Winter Adventures

(Rentals closed for the 2021 winter season)

Sledding and Snowmobile Rentals are not available for the 2021 winter season. 

For 2021, our main sled hill is open to the public and all users must bring their sled and pay the $5 North Tahoe Regional Park parking fee, or have a Resident Sticker or Park Supporter sticker on their windshield. Please note that personal snowmobiles are not permitted in the North Tahoe Regional Park or on the track. 

Children’s Sled Hill

At the entrance to the North Tahoe Regional Park is the Children’s Sled Hill.  This sled hill is the perfect match for those first-time or younger sledders.  Users must bring their sled and pay the $5 North Tahoe Regional Park parking fee, or have a Resident Sticker or Park Supporter sticker on their windshield.

Tahoe Adventure Company

During the winter, Tahoe Adventure Company offers a variety of snowshoe tours and hikes. These will take place at the North Tahoe Regional Park as long as snow conditions allow!  Here is a list of this winter's tour dates.

For more info on any of the tours from Tahoe Adventure Company, call (530) 913-9212, toll-free at (866) 830-6125, or visit

Tahoe TreeTop Adventure Park

70 tree platforms are connected by a variety of bridges and/or zip lines. Every participant wears a climbing harness and is connected to a safety cable at all times. A unique way to experience the Tahoe forest in the winter, the Adventure Park offers courses for all levels, from beginner to advanced. The course is open rain, snow or shine. 

For Winter 2019-2020 the Adventure Park will be open through the New Year holidays and then will close for the season until April.  Please visit the Tahoe TreeTop website for more information or to make a reservation. 530-581-7563

Cross-Country Skiing & Snowshoeing

For those interested in a quieter, more peaceful way to explore the winter wonderland, cross-country skiers and snowshoers can explore the groomed trails throughout the Park and surrounding public lands. Don’t forget to visit some of the most majestic Incense Cedars on the North Shore via the “Cedar Trail.”  

Our friendly grooming staff requests that snowshoers and walkers, please stay on the right side of the groomed trails to leave the center of the groomed track for cross-country skiers. 

Dogs are welcome to bring their owners along for skiing or snowshoeing, but please make sure to pick up after your pet. Please be considerate. 

Please note that there are no cross-country ski or snowshoe rentals in the North Tahoe Regional Park.  Please bring your own equipment or pick some up on the way to the Park!  

Grooming of the trails: There is no set schedule for grooming the trails at the Park.  Snow conditions, available personnel, temperature and requests for grooming from the Concessionaire at the sled hill are all factors that determine when the groomer is in operation.  District staff attempts to groom the trails 3x per week, weather and staffing dependent.  Our groomers will attempt to send information (and some pictures!) to our PIO for updates to social media when the groomers are headed out to groom the trails.  We groom approximately 6 miles (10K of trail).  Click here for a quick map view traced out by our groomers on Google maps for an idea of the trails that are groomed. Please note this is not to scale and was not done using a GPS. 

Those interested in grooming information, please follow the North Tahoe Regional Park Facebook page * Instagram account * Twitter feed to see the most current, up-to-date information on snow conditions in the North Tahoe Regional Park.  Or, follow the hashtag #skintrp

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Field #4 Synthetic Soccer Field

During the winter season, the field is the home of the Sierra Nevada College Eagles Lacrosse Team.  Thanks to their support the District was able to purchase a snow pusher that allows the field to be cleared for use and play throughout the winter. The team has first access to the field for practices and games, but it is open to the public whenever not in use. The District attempts to clear the field within 24 hours of snow, staffing and weather dependent.  Due to health concerns, please NO DOGS on the turf field! 

Thomas Llewellyn Scout Camp Area

The Scout Camp area is rented through the winter (and summer) for Boy and Girl Scout troops (winter badges) and other youth-oriented groups.  It features rustic camping areas and fire rings. A log structure with a wood burning stove is available for group gatherings or use by Scout Leaders. 

Click here for rental rates and reservation forms

Weather & Ski Area Links

Ski Area Information

Tahoe Vista Weather Information - In the winter, the weather in Tahoe varies a lot based on elevation and location.  Tahoe Vista/Kings Beach is known as the "banana belt" by many locals.  It can be snowing like crazy at the ski areas and sunny here!  

Due to snow, the following park facilities are closed for the the winter.  

  • Tennis/Pickleball Courts
  • Tahoe Unleashed Dog Park

Winter in the Regional Park Gallery