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Sand Harbor Boat Tamp to Close Monday

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From the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources:

Sand Harbor's boat ramp will close November 18 due to low water conditions.

The parking lot will remain open for carry-in, non-motorized boating access only. All other boaters should use the Cave Rock boat ramp facility. Cave Rock is open during the winter season from 6 a.m. to 4 p.m., 7 days a week.

This closure will prevent damage to boats, personal watercraft and launch lanes. Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park appreciates the public's understanding in this matter and the safety measures the park is taking to protect property.

For more information, please call Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park at 775-831-0494 or visit tahoeboatinspections.com.

From the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources

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