D.L. Bliss State Park offers campers a secluded experience in one of the most beautiful, natural settings in the world. Campers can enjoy swimming, sunbathing, fishing and kayaking along the pristine shores of Lake Tahoe.
Between May and September, the D.L. Bliss campground offers 150 family campsites and 1 group campsite. For information on summer reservations, click here or call 800-444-PARK. The campground is very popular so early reservations are suggested.
Although there are no RV hookups, sites at D. L. Bliss will accommodate trailers up to 15 feet long or motor homes up to 18 feet. Each campsite has a table, a bear resistant food storage locker and stove, plus nearby restrooms and hot showers. Shower tokens are available at the campground entrance station.
Depending on the weather, campgrounds are open from late May until the middle of September, and are closed during the winter. The Ed Z’ Berg Sugar Pine Point State Park campground, located 7 miles to the north, is open year-round.
Food Storage Locker Information
Black bears are currently very active at D.L. Bliss! Metal bear-resistant food lockers are provided in each campsite. All food, beverages and toiletries are required by law to be stored in provided food lockers except when food is being prepared or eaten. Ice chests may NOT be stored in vehicles. The inside dimensions of the food lockers 36″ deep, 43″ wide, and 22″ high. Violators will be cited.
Dogs on a 6′ leash are allowed in the campground and picnic areas, as well as on paved roads. Dogs may not be left unattended. Dogs are NOT allowed on the beach or on any trails. Dog regulations are enforced YEAR-ROUND.