Members Only Camping
Created in 1972 , Tahoe Timber Trails is a non-profit 501c7 private, member owned, gated camping community located in the Tahoe National Forest near historical Hobart Mills. The 159 acre park is nestled in the Tahoe National Forest 7 miles north of downtown Truckee, California. The park has 553 individual campsites and sits at an elevation ranging from 6000-6500 feet. Our office is open year-round while the camping season runs from May 15th through October 31st.
Some of our amenities include:
-Our entrance is gated, and only those with an auto recognition chip, or their registered guests are permitted entry.
-Water to the sites is provided via street hydrants.
-A black water pump-out service is available weekly (for a small fee), with gray water disposal via a French drain. We also have two dump stations available.
-Power to the sites is via solar panels and batteries and/or generator (9am to 10pm only.)
-Propane is available for a fee, as is battery charging.
-A 3000 sq. ft. lodge with a central meeting room, adult, teen and pre-teen rooms, laundry facilities and restrooms with showers. The lodge also boasts multiple TV’s with satellite dishes, a pool table, free videos, and vending machines.
-21 comfort Stations (restrooms with showers) are situated throughout the park for your convenience.
-Outdoor options at the Lodge include a heated swimming pool, baseball field, basketball court, and a newly refurbished playground for children. We have a new walking and Skating track, a Bocce Ball court, and a picnic area overlooking the beautiful Sierra Nevada.
-A large picnic/recreation area, with another playground, is located at “Bill’s Place.” This is where we hold our Horseshoe Tournaments, Barbecues, Labor Day Bazaar and Hamburger Feeds.
We have three lakes nearby that provide good fishing and water sports.
In the winter, Member’s can snowmobile, ski, or snowshoe into their site.
For those of you interested in experiencing what the Sierra Nevada has to offer, the beauty of Lake Tahoe, the dazzling lights of Reno, and the bustling ski-town of Truckee are just minutes away.
Guests are welcome to stop by and take a look at our incredible park between May 15th and October 31st. Please call the office for an appointment at 530-587-4023. Our proud and friendly staff will be pleased to assist you.
Our mission is to provide an all-ages camping experience preserved well for the next generation to come!
Our Attitude With Altitude.
Private Access to Camping in the Tahoe National Forest is a privilege with responsibilities.
All Ages Atmosphere
We value the camping experience with up to 4 generations of campers!
Tahoe Forest Experiences
Trails, reservoirs, and Trees create the setting, YOU create the fun!
Full access camping from Spring until Fall. Day use during the Winter.
Camping enthusiasts unite in a safe and natural environment!
Years of Business
Don't feed the bears, put a bell on your bike, and enjoy the s'mores.
For a Summer of successful Sierra camping we encourage 100% participation, divided in these four sectors.
By contributing up to 30% of your time on the preservation of recreation and exploring,
you are keeping the spirit of outdoor adventure and camping alive!
TTT is a unique and rare community dependent on participation by Members.
Help us preserve our way of life by volunteering.
Remember: your participation creates the overall experience you wish to have!
Enjoy our events and amenities by simply showing up!
Explore the Outdoors!
Enjoy Tahoe and the Sierra in all of its magesty.
contribute your skills
Volunteer to help maintain the park or run an activity.
Contribute your knowledge
Serve on a sub-committee or attend open meetings.
TTT is my “second home”! I love the bike trails that surround the park and I enjoy Prosser Creek. Serving as a Board Member is a great opportunity to use my skills for a great non-profit!
Why Camp With Us?
Our park is limited to 553 Membership campsites. When you have membership, you have peace of mind that your campsite is always there–GUARANTEED.
Members can camp overnight at TTT approximately 6 months out of the year.
The forest is our home. We care for and preserve over 159 acres of a park nestled in the Tahoe National Forest.
Get in Touch
We appreciate suggestions, celebrate compliments, and we are happy to assist you!
We are a 501c7 Non-Profit Organization governed by an ALL Volunteer Board.