A 175 site campground is open year round, with hot showers available in the summer months.
Hiking & Swimming: Many miles of hiking trails within the park and a swimming beach provide visitors with a variety of relaxing summer activities.
Fishing: Sugar Pine Point State Park is comprised of over 2,000 acres of conifer forest in the General Creek drainage. The waters of General Creek are among the clearest waters flowing into Lake Tahoe and the stream is open to fishing from mid July to mid September.
Cross-country Skiing: Winter visitors to the park will find over 20 kilometers of marked cross country ski trails and a heated restroom in the General Creek campground. Interpretive presentations on a variety of winter related subjects are presented most weekends, from January through March.
Nature Center: When you're at Sugar Pine Point State Park, be sure to stop at the Nature Center located in the day use area by the Erhman Mansion. We now have a bird display, where visitors can view several species of bird life that occur in the Tahoe Basin. In addition to birds, visitors can see most of the mammals and the four major game fish that occur here. Other exhibits include: Biology, Lake Ecology, Wildflowers, Trees, and a "Touchy-feely" table for the kids (adults also!). Admission to the Nature Center is covered by the small parking fee.