Ed Z'berg Sugar Pine Point SP
The campground is scheduled to be open through the winter months of 2013, weather and budget dependent, with 16 campsites available on a first-come, first-served basis. There are flush toilets and running water, but no showers or dump station in the winter. Winter camping rates are $25 per night and self-registration is required upon arrival. Please call 530-525-7982 or 530-525-7232 for current information.
For summertime camping reservations (Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend), contact Reserve America at 800-444-PARK or reserveamerica.com.
In the winter, visitors to the park can enjoy 11 miles of cross country ski and snowshoe trails. Follow the path of the Nordic events of the 1960 Winter Olympics that occurred in what is now Sugar Pine Point State Park. Starting at the Blue Trailhead, you will come across a series of interpretive panels that share our Olympic and Nordic skiing history found at the park. Free snow trail maps are available at the park entrance stations or by clicking the "Maps/Brochures" link on the right.
The Blue and Red cross country ski trails on the Campground side of the park (west of Hwy 89) are scheduled to be machine-groomed every Monday and Friday, conditions permitting. The cross country ski trails on the Day Use side of the park (lake side, east of Hwy 89), including the Yellow and Orange trails, are not machine-groomed. Snowshoers and hikers, please do not walk on the ski tracks. Be prepared for changing weather conditions. No dogs are allowed on snow trails. $10 parking fee.
Food Storage Locker Information
Metal bear-resistant food lockers are provided in each campsite. All food, beverages, and toiletries are required by law to be stored in provided food lockers. The inside dimensions of the food lockers 36" deep, 43" wide, and 22" high. Violators will be cited.
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Within 2 Weeks: YESUpdated: 5/25/2013 1:07 PM
Max Camper Length:
32 FeetMax Trailer Length
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Hellman-Ehrman Estate Historic House Tours
May 25-September 30, 2013
Weekends: 10-3pm (on the hour)
Weekdays: May 25-June 14 and September 3-Sept 30: 12pm, 1pm, 2pm
Weekdays: June 15-September 2: 10am-3pm (on the hour)
Note: Private tours available, upon appointment, daily 9am and 4pm.
Children 7-17 years $8
Children 6 and under: Free
For information contact the Sierra State Parks Foundation at 530-583-9911 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Beach access is restricted to foot traffic only.