Trail

North Zephyr Cove (dog friendly)

760 US-50, Zephyr Cove, NV 89448, NV
Length: 0.53 mi.
Type: Out & Back

About This Trail

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We host a reoccurring weekly toddler led hikes here in the warmer months. There’s a big parking lot, restrooms, and picnic tables. Best to go during a weekday. We start at the picnic tables for snack under the pines, then toddler wander or carrier walk or terrain stroller too. There are boulders to climb, a meadow with a bench to stop and rest which is also a good turn around point or you can continue on the trail cross a stream and it takes you on a longer trail network North of Zephyr Cove I’m unsure how far it goes probably a couple miles. After our trail walk we go splash in the lake, dig in sand, watch the birds and boats.

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Trail Features

Seasons Fall, Spring, Summer, and Winter
Surface type Dirt
Elevation gain 50 ft.
Carrier needed Yes
Stroller friendly Yes
ADA accessible No
Water fountains No
Bathrooms No
Cell reception Spotty
Pet friendly Yes
Nearby convenience store Yes
Camping Nearby No
Emergency support
within 5 miles
Yes

Trail highlights

Beach, Creek / River, Lake, Natural Play Area, Picnic Area, Shaded Hike, and Wildlife Viewing

Zephyr Cove Resort is right on the water at Lake Tahoe, gorgeous views. The North side of the beach is dog friendly. There is a 10$ parking fee. There are pine trees providing shade and picnic tables right near the bathrooms and parking lot. The gentle slope transitions the forest and beach and is a great natural play area for kids to explore. If you follow the trail from the parking lot North it takes you across a small creek over a footbridge into a larger network of trails a bit farther from the lakeshore.

Fee & Parking Details

Fee : $10.00

Enter the Zephyr Cove Resort. Pay the 10$ entrance fee card or cash is fine, turn right and go to the end of the parking lot the North side that’s the dog friendly spot.

Trail Contributor

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Christine’s first hike it baby hike was when her daughter was only 4 months old. The hike was a fall leaves theme at an arboretum with toddlers rolling in leaves and parents taking pictures to capture those special memories.

After just one hike, the branch needed a new ambassador and she jumped at the opportunity because she knew the commitment and responsibility was what she really needed to keep it up (it’s hard to get out of the house!)