February 7, 2017
Filed Under North Tahoe Events
Step back in time along the west shore of Lake Tahoe for a great cause.
On Saturday, March 11, 2017 at 6:30pm the Sugar Pine Point State Park Rangers are leading full moon snowshoe tours through the historic Hellman-Ehrman estate sharing local history tidbits and the wonders of the natural environment. All proceeds benefit the Sierra State Parks Foundation.
The Full Moon hike starts promptly at 6:30 pm and begins in the day use side of the park.
The program lasts approximately 1½ hours and costs $30 per person for adults. Children 12 and under are $15. The cost includes tour, park entrance fee and snowshoe rentals. Wear warm, layered clothing and winter boots. This event is generously sponsored by West Shore Sports, and all proceeds from the tour benefit the Sierra State Parks Foundation’s educational programming. Space is limited.
Tickets are now available online or by calling our office at (530)583-9911. Wear warm, layered clothing, waterproof shoes and bring a flashlight.
All proceeds from the tours support the Sierra State Parks Foundation.
Did you know…
The Sierra State Parks Foundation was founded in 1973 by a dedicated group of Tahoe locals in response to plans to demolish Ehrman Mansion to create more campsites.
They’re still around working hard to help preserve our historic sites like the 1916 Rubicon Point Lighthouse located at DL Bliss State Park. But, they can only make these improvements with our help.
Click here to learn more and to donate to the Sierra State Parks Foundation.
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