Due to the declining condition of the RV Park we are pleased to announce that construction has begun and will likely continue through June 15, 2016 for the first phase to improve the infrastructure and create a more pleasurable experience for our guests.
We apologize for any disruption this may cause our guests. Please know we are working with all regulatory agencies to insure the improvements are made in a timely manner and appreciate your patience and understanding throughout this process. As a result we will not have propane or a dump station available this summer as well as no sewer hookups to the sites. Again, we apologize for the inconvenience. Tahoe Valley Campground does have those services available close by.
Currently we are no longer taking reservations for the RV Park. We need to get a more final layout complete before we can open reservations up once again. This is to ensure guests have the best experience possible and the least interruption once set up in their sites. Stay tuned and we will announce when we can open reservations to the public.
Lake Tahoe RV Park and South Lake Tahoe Campsites
Three distinct campground opportunities are available at Camp Richardson: the RV Village, directly across from the Hotel; Badger's Den Campground, located a short walk from the shore of Lake Tahoe; and Eagle's Nest, across the road from Badger's Den Campground. Our South Lake Tahoe RV park offers water only, water and electric, as well as full hook-up sites. Badger's Den and Eagle's Nest are tent camping areas.
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Please note: Camp Richardson Resort has a strict no smoking in the buildings and no pet policy.
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 or RV. 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. See the video below for additional information.