North Lake Tahoe: Animal & Nature Programs

Ed Z'berg Sugar Pine Point

Description: 2 miles of lake front and dense foliage. Hellman-Erhman mansion is located within the park and available for tours. Nature center on site. Family campgrounds.
Phone: (530) 525-7982

Sugar Bowl Resort

Description: Skiing, Ski Lessons, Snow and Winter Activities, Summer Camps.
Phone: 530-426-6790

Sugar Pine Point State Park

Description: Wooded area along Lake Tahoe with a nature center, trails for hiking and a beach for fishing. In the winter, it's a great place to ski, and snowshoe.
Phone: (530) 525-7982

Tahoe City Parks & Recreation

Description: Art, Basketball, Cooking Classes, Flag Football, Lacrosse, Swimming, Sailing, After School/Snow Day Child Care Programs, Wilderness Survival and more. Summer Camps available.
Phone: (530) 583.3440

Tahoe Expedition Academy

Description: An adventure-based, experiential learning school for children in the Lake Tahoe Basin. Summer Camps available.
Phone: (530) 546-5253

Tahoe Institute for Natural Science

Description: Nature and educational facility located in Lake Tahoe. Offers bird walks, wildflower walks and guide books too!
Phone: (775) 298-0060

UC Davis Tahoe Environmental Research Center - Eriksson Education Center

Description: Houses a fish hatchery and demonstration garden built to educate the public about Tahoe preservation.
Phone: (775) 881-7566