How to Find Private Lake Tahoe Campsites for RVs

California’s Sierra Nevada mountains offer some of the best camping in the nation. But these days, it seems every RVer knows it. Finding secluded, private Lake Tahoe campsites for RVs can be challenging, but not if you pack a copy of Lake Tahoe Camping with Privacy by Kimberly and Patrick Wilkes.
If you love privacy, you need this campsite directory.
Hot off the press and ready to show you the road to a secluded getaway, Lake Tahoe Camping with Privacy is an exceptional directory for any RVer headed to the Sierras. The Wilkes’ sent us a press copy of their latest must-have directory for RVers seeking private Lake Tahoe campsites.
RV-friendly site #139, Logger Campground at Stampede Reservoir.
If you love camping in the Golden State or plan on doing some, here’s why it’s a must-have addition to your RVing library.
A Unique Look at Private Lake Tahoe Campsites for RVs
The end of first-come-first-served campsites is happening throughout the U.S. This forces campers to make reservations without knowing much about what they’re getting.
Sure, you can consult Internet RV campground reviews to get a clearer picture of what to expect. But these reviews are subjective and full of personal bias. The Wilkes private RV camping directories offer a distinctly different perspective than any other resource. Readers enjoy a solidly objective review of potential campgrounds as well as an in-depth critique of each campsite at that location. Committing to a reservation has never been easier in the territory they cover.
What’s a “private campsite”?
Campsite #35 at Silver Fork Campground near Kyburz, California. Fits up to a 50-foot motorhome.
Just like the Wilkes’ first book, “Eastern Sierra and Death Valley Camping with Privacy,� this latest guide fills in the gaps of campground directories on the Internet. Instead of just listing whether or not a campground has RV hookups, the Wilkes

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