SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif., Jan. 7, 2021 – The USDA Forest Service Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit (LTBMU) is pleased to announce that two permits to manage National Forest campgrounds and day use areas around the Lake Tahoe Basin have been awarded to Recreation Resource Management-California Land Management (RRM-CLM), dba “Tahoe Recreation.” RRM-CLM competed successfully against several other qualified companies to operate and maintain the recreation sites included in the Basin Complex and Meeks Bay Complex permits.
The 10-year Basin Complex Permit includes William Kent Campground and Beach, Kaspian Campground and Beach, Blackwood Canyon Campground, Bayview Day Use Area and Trailhead, Inspiration Point Interpretive Site, Fallen Leaf Campground, Baldwin Beach, Pope Beach and Nevada Beach Campground and Beach. The two-year Meeks Bay Complex Permit includes the Meeks Bay Campground and Beach.
Tahoe Recreation is a division of the newly-formed company Recreation Resource Management-California Land Management. The predecessor company CLM has managed recreation sites for the Forest Service throughout California and other western states for more than 35 years. The public has high expectations when recreating in Lake Tahoe and the LTBMU is looking forward to working with Tahoe Recreation to provide high quality recreation opportunities in the years ahead.