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Emerald Bay State Park


The jewel of Lake Tahoe!  Emerald Bay was designated a National Natural Landmark for its brilliant panorama of mountain-building processes and glacier carved granite.
  • must-see highlight of any visit to Lake Tahoe
  • designated an underwater state park
  • "Tea House" on Fannette Island
  • the only island to be found in all of Lake Tahoe
The park features Vikingsholm, one of the finest examples
of Scandinavian architecture in the western hemisphere. Take the designated trail, which is one mile in length and drops 500 feet in elevation to the house.

To Get There:  From Lake Village, left turn (south)
onto Hwy 50, 6.2 miles to "The Y", turn right onto
Hwy 89 north, approximately 8.8 miles.
Park at the Emerald Bay / Vikingsholm parking lot.

Hours of Operation, Vikingsholm:
Seven days a week from Memorial Day weekend until the end of September.  The first tour starts at 10:30am, last
tour at 4:30pm.

Map:

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Website:

www.aboutlaketahoe.com
www.parks.ca.gov

Comments:
See also:  Eagle Falls


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Emerald Bay

Emerald Bay

Vinkingsholm castle

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