Tahoe Timber Trails Association is a private, Member-owned, camping community nestled in the Tahoe National Forest seven miles north of downtown Truckee, California. The 159-acre campground has 553 Member campsites and sits at an elevation ranging from 6000-6500 feet.

For those interested in experiencing what the Sierra Nevada has to offer, the beauty of Lake Tahoe, the dazzling lights of Reno, and the bustling town of Truckee are just minutes away. Three lakes nearby provide good fishing and water sports. In the winter, Members can snowmobile, ski, or snowshoe into their site for day use inspection.

Guests are welcome to stop by and view our incredible park between May 15th and October 31st by appointment. Please call the office to schedule an appointment and our friendly staff will be pleased to assist you.

camper and building in the woods

Seasonal Camping

  • Members and their guests enjoy unlimited access to their campsites during the season May 15th through October 31st and limited access during the winter.
  • Our entrance is gated, and only Members with an auto recognition chip, or their registered guests are permitted entry.


  • Water to member campsites is provided via street hydrants.
  • A black water pump-out service (Honey Wagon) is available weekly for a fee, with gray water disposal via an approved French drain. Two self-service dump stations are also available at no additional charge.
  • Power is limited via solar panels, batteries and/or generator (9am to 10pm only).
  • Propane service is available for a fee.
  • 21 Comfort Stations (restrooms with showers) are situated throughout the park for your convenience.
Harris Hall Lodge decorated for pasta night

Harris Hall Lodge

  • The central gathering place for Members features a multi-purpose room and fireplace surrounded by adult, teen and pre-teen rooms with TVs, a pool table, free book and video exchanges and vending machines laundry facilities and restrooms with showers.
  • Outdoor options include a heated swimming pool, baseball field, volleyball area, basketball court, walking and skating track, a Bocce Ball court, a picnic area overlooking the beautiful Sierra Nevada, and a playground for children.
Log cabin with sign on door that says Bill's Place

Bill’s Place

  • A large recreation area and playground where we hold our horseshoe tournaments, barbecues, and community events.
  • Enjoy the holiday weekend celebrations and other activities with fellow Members and Guests – all organized by Member volunteers.


  • The Association is guided by an all-volunteer Member Board of Directors comprised of the President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer and 3 Directors.
  • The By-laws adopted by the Association serve to guide the elected Board of Directors in the governance and operations of the Corporation, and to protect the individual and common interests of Members, and to preserve the natural environment of the campground.
  • The President of the Board is responsible for oversight and management of year-round and seasonal staff.