Map of bike paths / walking paths in the South Lake Tahoe area


Recreational trails for walking, running and cycling in South Lake Tahoe and Meyers, California and Stateline and Kingsbury, Nevada

South Lake Tahoe, California map area

South Lake Tahoe, California

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Al Tahoe Boulevard Trail

Camp Richardson Bike Path

Community College Trail

Highway 50 Bike Path

Lake Tahoe Boulevard Multi-Use Path

Nevada Beach Trail

Sawmill Road Multi-Use Path


Lake Tahoe


Carson City, NV

Reno, NV

South Lake Tahoe is located on the border between California and Nevada, just south of Lake Tahoe. Stateline and Kingsbury are located across the state line in Nevada. There are paved recreational trails located in these communities for getting about the area on foot or by bike. There are also many natural surfaced trails that make a network through the communities.

Nevada Beach Trails

Nevada Beach Day Use Area and Nevada Beach Campground are located along the shores of Lake Tahoe. There are several paved trails that wander through this area. There is a large trailhead with parking at Kahle Drive and Highway 50, north of the Englewood Tahoe Golf Course. The trails travel as far north as Zephyr Cove and Round Hill Pines Beach Resort. You can take them out to the beach as well. there are pretty views looking out over Lake Tahoe.

Lake Tahoe Boulevard Trail

There is a paved trails that runs along side Lake Tahoe Boulevard for a total of about 4 miles. The trail exists in separate sections. The southern section travels from Sawmill Road to Julie Lane. The next section spans from Macinaw Road to Los Angeles Avenue. The middle section travels from Lakeview Avenue to Balbjou Road and has a sidewalk that connects to the third section that starts just east of Glenwood Way. The northeast end of the trail is located at Park Avenue.

Camp Richardson Bike Path

Camp Richardson Bike Path is a 3.5-mile long paved path west of South Lake Tahoe. It follows Route 89, Emerald Bay Road, going past Pope Beach and through Camp Richardson. The east end of the trail is at the street of West Way, about 0.1 miles north of Emerald Bay Road. There is also a paved access trail a quarter of a mile to the west from the street name West Way.

Along the route, the trail passes by the Taylor Creek Visitor Center and the road down to Baldwin Beach Campground. The Camp Richardson Bike Path extends to the west as far as Spring Creek Road.

Highway 50 Bike Path

The Highway 50 Bike Path is a 2-mile long paved path that runs alongside Highway 50 past the businesses in the community of Meyers, California. The south end of the trail is located at Luther Pass Road. The north end is located at Sawmill Road.

Al Tahoe Boulevard and Lake Tahoe Community College

A mile long paved path runs alongside Al Tahoe Boulevard from Pioneer Trail to Johnson Boulevard. It connects to the paved paths at Lake Tahoe Community College.


Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about the recreational trails for walking, running and bike riding in South Lake Tahoe, California.

Individual Maps for Recreational Trails in Northern California

Here is a list of links to the individual maps for specific recreational trails in Northern California.