Lake Tahoe KOA Pet Policy
Some visitors enjoy sharing the pleasures of camping with their dogs or cats. We love our pets too, so to ensure that all guests have a safe and enjoyable experience, we have established some guidelines.
Sorry, we don't allow pets in our Lodging:
Chalet or Kamping Lodge.
Before You Go:
Plan ahead! Bring your pet's vaccination records in case there is any emergency.
Be sure to bring a leash. Dogs must be kept on leashes at all times that are no longer than 6 feet when outside their owners' vehicles. Do not leave a tethered dog unattended. It is a good idea to bring extra rope to assemble a dog run between two trees or bring a wire play pen area. This will keep your little friends happy to be with you in the Great Outdoors.
When You Arrive:
Good behavior is required. Dogs of any breed that are hostile or aggressive will be asked to leave the campground, along with their owners.
Remember manners. Constant barking bothers other campers. If your pet is too vocal, you'll need to find other accommodations.
Be nice to your pets. They must be taken with you whenever you leave the premises.
Bring your helper. Service dogs are welcomed at all KOA Kampgrounds. (Leash and aggressive behavior rules apply.)
Good to Know:
We do not have Kamp K9, but: If you take a short walk down the road, there is a NINE ACRE parcel of land that has a sandy beach area along the Truckee River, as well as a small lake (not Tahoe) just across the Highway from us. Also, if you want a good walk, behind the campground (Meyers Road) you can walk uphill and let them try to keep up with you (or the other way around in my case)! Our campsites are either overlooking or very close to Echo Creek, which you can also walk down to with your dog.
Also, about 15 minute drive, there is a fenced in dog-park on Al Tahoe Blvd if you are partial to that.