Sand Harbor to close boat ramp August 5, 2009

INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. — Sand Harbor’s boat ramp will be closed August 5, 2009 due to low water conditions. The parking lot will remain open for carry-in boat access only. Boat inspectors will continue to be present and inspections are free for non-motorized watercraft. All other boaters should use the Cave Rock boat ramp facility, which remains open. This closure will prevent...
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Sand Harbor and Cave Rock boat launch summer hours

LAKE TAHOE, Nev. — New operating hours have been established for all boat launch facilities at Lake Tahoe due to the new Tahoe Regional Planning Agency’s Lake Tahoe Boat Inspection Program. Boat launch facilities at Sand Harbor and Cave Rock will have new summer hours beginning May 1. Sand Harbor’s boat launch hours will be 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Cave Rock’s hours will...
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Public comment needed on winter boat ramp hours for Sand Harbor and Cave Rock

INCLINE VILLAGE / STATELINE, Nev. — Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park is requesting public comment for open boat ramp operating hours and days of the week, at both the Sand Harbor and Cave Rock launch facilities. Effective November 1, 2008, the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency is requiring that aquatic invasive species boat inspectors be present when boat ramps at Lake Tahoe are open. Quagga and...
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On Foot: Spooner Lake aspen grove is a summer paradise (Chico ER)

Spooner Lake sits in an alpine meadow to the east of Lake Tahoe, almost at the junction of highways 28 and 50. A Nevada State Park, Spooner Lake is part of a trail system that connects Tahoe Rim Trail, Marlette Lake, Spooner Summit and the Great Flume trails that go north from Highway 50 to Mount Rose Interpretive Trail along Highway 431 at the north. Most of these trails are long hauls —...
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Panel seeks emergency declaration in Tahoe Basin (Nevada Appeal)

The commission established to look into June’s Angora fire unanimously agreed on dozens of recommendations Friday and will ask the Bush administration to declare a state of emergency for the Lake Tahoe Basin. The emergency request move would allow for federal funding to prevent future catastrophic wildlife. A five-year emergency plan has been estimated at $7.8 million. The commission...
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