We recommend arriving early in the morning or later in the afternoon to park at the new Park Tahoe paid parking facility, as parking spots fill quickly—especially during the summer and on weekends!
TTD has been working with project partners to expand the parking in this area and has applied for federal design and construction grants. Additionally, there are plans to extend the the Tahoe East Shore Trail south of Sand Harbor to Highway 50 and provide new and expanded parking facilities, transit stops, and a park-and-ride lot as the next eight miles of the Tahoe East Shore Trail are being constructed south of Sand Harbor.
Please note that Sand Harbor has flashing signs on SR 28 and US 50 advising when parking lots are full.
It is best to “Come early. Come late. Pay a lower rate!”