Our South Lake Tahoe campground is just a short walk from the lake with over 200 tent sites in two locations nestled in the shelter of towering pine trees. Badger's Den Campground, located on the lake side of Highway 89; and Eagle's Nest, across the street from Badger's Den Campground, offers two tent campground options, complete with newly renovated bathrooms, for the summer
visitor. Enjoy Camp Richardson's full amenities while you're on your Tahoe camping trip...full-service marina with boat rentals, lakeside restaurant, general store, mountain sports center, ice-cream parlor and coffee & confectionery are all
within a short walk. Enjoy the exquisite nature that South Lake Tahoe has to offer, just steps from the conveniences of a full resort.
Want to camp in an RV and avoid the hassle go bringing your own? Rent our Turn Key RV and enjoy all the benefits of RV camping without the work! Fully set-up and ready to go, our Turn Key RV sleeps 4 people in a full size bed and 2 single size bunk beds. The RV has a bathroom, shower, stocked kitchen and comes equipped with linen and towels. Daily towel exchange is available for an additional fee. Rate is $175/night + tax and requires a 3-night minimum.
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Information about camping at Camp Richardson Resort
Please note: Camp Richardson Resort has a strict no smoking in the buildings and no pet policy. Below is a video on some of the rules & regulations for camping in the Tahoe basin and at Camp Richardson Resort. Thank you
As with all wilderness areas, please be aware that Camp Richardson Resort & Marina has an abundance of wildlife: squirrels, ducks, raccoons and bears to name a few. Please, while you are visiting Camp Richardson, don't feed any animals. Never leave food out on a picnic table or in a tent. All food, coolers, and food containers should be put away inside your car. Garbage should be disposed of in animal-proof dumpsters. If these simple rules are followed, the wildlife in our area will not pose a threat to campers.