The Best Family Sledding in South Lake Tahoe is FREE!

Take all the kids sledding, the four-legged ones too, when you visit Lake Tahoe!

Miwok loves chasing his frisbee.

Tahoe Rim Trail – Kingsbury North Trailhead is an excellent place to take children, pets, and adults of all ages.

Located at one of the entrances to US Forestry land offering a multitude of sledding, tubing and riding options.

Kingsbury north trailhead entrance for the Tahoe Rim Trail.
Great place to learn to snowboard.

The parking is abundant and free. Bring a thermos of hot chocolate, a couple of camping chairs and capture the photos of a lifetime. Public restrooms are provided.

Public restrooms are provided for your use.

This location is not frequented by many tourists, so enjoy the serenity.

Perhaps you are interested in doing some snow hiking. Park your car, put on your snow shoes and enjoy the scenery along the Daggett Loop Trail.

The parking lot at the end of Andria Lane.

If your preference runs toward motorized toys, this end of the road location is the perfect place to launch some fun.

You will find the Tahoe Rim Trail – Kingsbury North Trailhead at the end of Andria Lane. Bring your family and play a while!

Travel North on Highway 50 out of South Lake Tahoe into Nevada. Take a right on Kingsbury Grade/SR 207. About ¼ mile before you get to the summit, take a left on North Benjamin lane. North Benjamin becomes Andria after a couple blocks. You will be traveling through a neighborhood. Do not worry, you are going the right way. When you get to the end of Andria Lane you have arrived. Enjoy the forest and be sure to bring back with you everything that you brought in.

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