Take Care Tahoe
By: Lake Tahoe
Take Care Tahoe Responsible Recreation; here are some insider tips for how to do things in Tahoe. Getting outside is important for mental and physical health, but right now, it comes with special safety issues. Here are some tips to stay healthy and safe:
Invasive plants arrive on your watercraft. Clean, drain, and dry before launching.
By driving slower, you have more time to react if a pedestrian steps off a curb, a biker swerves to avoid a pothole, or a bear crosses the highway. Plus, it gives you more time to soak in all that Tahoe has to offer.
Tahoe will be here when this passes. For safety, recreation areas may close unexpectedly.
It’s the wrong time to push your limits. Local hospitals are in limited operation. #curbyourturns
Guidelines change pretty fast. If you don’t stop and check local websites, you might miss one.
Please do whatever it takes, to take whatever you brought, Leave No Trace.
I know your instinct is to give me a high five but since we’re all #socialdistancing a smile is fine.
No germs… or anything else… left behind.
The beauty of Tahoe takes our breath away, but it can also take our minds away too. Take Care is the antidote to the “vacation brain” we all experience from time-to-time. It is a series of small reminders that poke fun at the mistakes we all make when we’re not paying attention. It is meant to inspire everyone, from the young and the old to residents and visitors, to be more responsible when living, working or playing in this mountain treasure.
Bacteria and nutrients from pet waste affect water quality. Pick up after your pet and keep them on the trails to protect native plants.
Help us keep our bears wild by shutting down the buffet. DO NOT leave trash or garbage out overnight unless it’s in a “bear-proof” steel container. Put it out on the day of pick up.
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