Lake Tahoe Interpretation
CA State Parks provides interpretive programs at Sugar Pine Point, D.L Bliss, and Emerald Bay State Parks as well as virtual field trips. Our collections may help to provoke questions, wonder, and critical thinking before and after your field trip, whether virtual or in person. Students will engage with an interpretive ranger of California State Parks as they stand on the shores of Lake Tahoe at Sugar Pine Point, high up in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Students will make observations and learn about what makes Lake Tahoe such a unique watershed by looking into its formation and natural as well cultural history. They will also think critically about how human activity around the lake can impact water quality and the environment, and vice versa. Finally, your guide can answer questions about what it is like to have a career in parks management. Go to http://www.ports.parks.ca.gov/ to request a virtual field trip with one of our interpretive rangers!