William Kent Campground, Tahoe City, California

William Kent Campground, Tahoe City, California

William Kent Campground, Tahoe City, California

William Kent Campground, Tahoe City, California

William Kent Campground, Tahoe City, California

William Kent Campground, Tahoe City, California

William Kent Campground, Tahoe City, California

William Kent Campground, Tahoe City, California

William Kent Campground, Tahoe City, California

William Kent Campground, Tahoe City, California

William Kent Campground, Tahoe City, California

William Kent Campground, Tahoe City, California

William Kent Campground, Tahoe City, California

William Kent Campground, Tahoe City, California

William Kent Campground, Tahoe City, California

William Kent Campground is just one of several all around the Lake Tahoe shoreline. Only a few of these campgrounds actually are upon the premium shoreline side from the roadway that loops all around the lake ; Meeks Bay appears to become among those premium campgrounds. Being a little more inland, you need to cross a roadway to arrive at the Lake Tahoe shore from William Kent. Even using this disadvantage, however, this can be a beautiful place to remain. Wooded, shady and nicely maintained, the campground offers several additional amenities including close proximity via a beautiful paved bike path into town where eateries, shops, the Truckee River and Lake Tahoe Dam, and much more could be visited. We loved this bike path and enjoyed using it both days We‘re there to visit the town. Just over the roadway from camp you will find
a little grocery store and also a beautiful lodge and restaurants.
Within the campground boundary you will see paved interior roads and site pads, and spacious sites with tables and fire rings. Sites don‘t have hookups and there aren‘t any laundry facilities here. For bigger rigs, many of the turns inside the campground were a little tight and had low-lying limbs, so move slowly and cautiously with the campground roadways. The campground, despite being surrounded by cabins on three sides and also the roadway in the entrance possess a quiet, peaceful feeling, especially interior sites. Several exterior sites are nestled just a little too close for my liking along private property housing cabins. During our stay, yurts were being built for future travelers. Reservations are recommended during summer months and also the campground closes in winter.

William Kent Campground, Tahoe City, California

Location
Good Sites : 4, 5, 7, 13, 36, 38, 40, 42, 58, 62, 64, 72-75, 77, 79
Poor Sites : 10-12, 14-18, 20, 21, 23, 24, 27, 30, 32, 35, 37, 39, 41, 43-45, 47, 51, 53, 59, 61, 63, 76
Hookups : None
Potable Water : Yes
Dump within Facility : Yes (fee )

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