Hidden Beach, Lake Tahoe

Although this scenic spot sits right below busy Hwy. 28, only a short hop from Reno over Mt. Rose, it still qualifies as secluded and, truly, “hidden.” Unless you know to stop, and peer over the guardrails, you would never know that there is a sandy strand down below, strewn with gigantic boulders at its margins reaching into the clear blue depths. It is a scene that might have been the winning project for a class of landscape architects. Bonus: there is no convenient parking, so the people who use the beach genuinely treasure it and really want to be there. Although it’s technically illegal, some at Hidden Beach hide nothing of themselves. Clean up after your dog.

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    One Response to “Hidden Beach, Lake Tahoe”

    1. Rod says:

      I have been here in the past. I lived one summer at Lake Tahoe. It is simply beautiful. You folks don’t really realize how good you have it.
      Being a senior, I spent a lot of time back then in senior centers such as Carson City, Dayton and Silver Springs. I believe Silver Springs still serves supper with Bingo following on Wednesday evenings. I miss that crowd there. I live in Florida now in Palm Harbor which is closer to my people on the East Coast.


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