Fall Fish Fest is family fun!
By: Lake Tahoe Staff
Annually on the first weekend in October each year. The weekend events feature children’s activities and educational and streamside programs. Not to be missed is the return of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s giant inflatable fish – the fish’s tail serves as the gateway to fun activity stations for kids.
The festival encourages participation by children and their parents in a wide variety of educational and entertaining activities that, over the years, has included:
The Taylor Creek Visitor Center is located three miles north of South Lake Tahoe on Highway 89. Join the fun and participate in this free family event, which has become one of Northern California’s most fascinating educational and wildlife-viewing events.
With the popularity of the Fall Fish Festival at the Visitor Center, the parking lot at the Visitor Center fills quickly. Visitors are encouraged to ride a bike along the bike path between Camp Richardson and the Visitor Center or take public transportation from South Lake Tahoe.
Bears at Taylor Creek Visitor Center
Black Bears visit Taylor Creek on a regular basis during the annual spawning run of the Kokanee Salmon. The U.S. Forest Service has posted “Be Bear Aware” signs alongside the creek to educate the public about proper bear safety.
Safety tips include:
Taylor Creek Visitor Center
Hwy 89 past Camp Richardson
South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150
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