The Labor Day weekend is officially the end of the summer season up at Tahoe, but the warm weather and calm windless days on the lake are still available to late summer and fall visitors. During the popular summer months, Tahoe campgrounds are usually bursting at the seams, but many campers are gone come September, and while the most popular campgrounds may still have a few RVs, other campsites are emptying out.
Camping in the fall is wonderful, with warm days and cold nights that are the perfect temperature for enjoying a roaring campfire. These five campgrounds are a little less known than Camp Richardson or Zephyr Cove, but are still great places to park your RV or pitch a tent.
Photo by [FourTwentyTwo]