U.S. Forest Service Visitor Center, South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150
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Each year, the bright red Kokanee salmon return to spawn in their home stream of Taylor Creek. Visitors delight in watching ... More
Kokanee Salmon Festival
Each year, the bright red Kokanee salmon return to spawn in their home stream of Taylor Creek. Visitors delight in watching the agile fish as they swim upstream to their home waters. The main events include a walk over the picturesque Rainbow Trail to the Taylor Creek streambed and browsing the food and vendor booths. The trail itself is level and wheelchair-accessible, although there is one short incline. Admission is free, wear good shoes and bring a camera. From the highway, watch for the 'Lake Tahoe Basin Taylor Visitors Center' sign. Call for details.
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