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Visitation: 134,000
Area: 1,830 Acres
Lat: 38.97925
Lon: 120.098296
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Site Facilities
Bus Accessible Camping/lodging Drinking Water
Fee Gift Shop/Bookstore Interpretive Signs
Lookouts Restrooms Trails
Trash Cans Visitor Center/Ranger Station
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Bill Sullivan
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Alice Cahill
Brian Phan
Robin Agarwal

List Facilites at Viewing Site

Site Id #:75 - Emerald Bay and D.L. Bliss State Parks

Facilites at Viewing Site


Bus Accessible Bus Accessible

Camping/lodging Camping/lodging Three campgrounds in the parks, including a boat-in campground, available only during summer months. Winter camping is available to the north at Sugar Pine Point State Park.

Drinking Water Drinking Water Available only during summer months.

Fee Fee Subject to change. See park website.

Gift Shop/Bookstore Gift Shop/Bookstore Available only during summer months.

Interpretive Signs Interpretive Signs

Lookouts Lookouts Note #4 - Current projects are underway to improve accessibility, check with park for status. We are currently working to improve accessibility throughout our parks. The viewing area that you are interested in may be undeveloped or there may be terrain, historic or resource protection issues or other factors that limit accessibility at this time. However, there may be some accessible features such as parking, restrooms, and routes of travel. Some parks and viewing sites offer more accessible features than others, we encourage you to view the State Park web page, call the park, or e-mail California State Parks at access@parks.ca.gov for more specific information or details.

Restrooms Restrooms Available only during summer months.

Note #4 - Current projects are underway to improve accessibility, check with park for status. We are currently working to improve accessibility throughout our parks. The viewing area that you are interested in may be undeveloped or there may be terrain, historic or resource protection issues or other factors that limit accessibility at this time. However, there may be some accessible features such as parking, restrooms, and routes of travel. Some parks and viewing sites offer more accessible features than others, we encourage you to view the State Park web page, call the park, or e-mail California State Parks at access@parks.ca.gov for more specific information or details.

Trails Trails Trails open year-round.

Note #4 - Current projects are underway to improve accessibility, check with park for status. We are currently working to improve accessibility throughout our parks. The viewing area that you are interested in may be undeveloped or there may be terrain, historic or resource protection issues or other factors that limit accessibility at this time. However, there may be some accessible features such as parking, restrooms, and routes of travel. Some parks and viewing sites offer more accessible features than others, we encourage you to view the State Park web page, call the park, or e-mail California State Parks at access@parks.ca.gov for more specific information or details.

Trash Cans Trash Cans Available only during summer months.

Visitor Center/Ranger Station Visitor Center/Ranger Station Available only during summer months.