The Taylor Creek Visitor Center serves as the informational gateway to outdoor recreation experiences in the Tahoe Basin and as an interpretative center for local flora, fauna, and human and natural history. Since 1964, the USDA Forest Service and its partners have seasonally operated the site to promote education, recreation and environmental stewardship. Visitor services typically start around Memorial Day and end in October; however, the grounds remain accessible throughout the year for winter recreation.
ADDRESS: Visitor Center Road, CA-89N, South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150
THE VISITOR CENTER IS NOW CLOSED FOR THE WINTER.
The Visitor Center is currently closed. Trails are still accessible, however please pack out all trash.
The Stream Profile Chamber will remain closed throughout 2022 as repairs are on-going.
Taylor Creek Visitor Center
Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit
*Hours of operations vary; no public access at this time
The Great Basin Institute
Contact Erin Gavlock, Visitor Services Administrator: firstname.lastname@example.org