White Cloud Campground is located inside of the Tahoe National Forest, which means it's adjacent to multiple recreational opportunities including fishing and hiking.
There are 45 total sites available at White Cloud. Most of these sites are for single families, save for one reservable double site priced at $48. These areas all come standard with a campfire ring and picnic table, and certain sites also contain electrical hookups for no additional cost. Recreational vehicles are allowed here but only on specific sites, so be sure to call ahead if you're looking to come with a popup camper or RV. Access to drinking water can be found just outside of the public restroom facilities. If you've got your dog along for an overnight stay, make sure they're kept in your tent or camper throughout the evening hours. Dogs are barred from entering any indoor structures inside of White Cloud.
Hiking is a very popular pastime in and around White Cloud thanks to its access to the Pioneer Trail, an over 25-mile stretch of woodland paths that explore several of the distinct geological features on display in the surrounding Tahoe National Forest. Since basic visits inside of this national forest are free, camping guests can explore well beyond their reserved site if they so desire. This Pioneer series of trails can be somewhat challenging, so any guests who are looking to do some hardcore hiking should make sure to pack essentials like a fully charged cell phone and a supply of drinking water. If you're looking to bring your canine along for an excursion, make sure they're kept on their leash throughout your visit and clean up after them. Pioneer is also open to cycling traffic, so it's always wise to keep an eye out for any fast-moving trail visitors.
All potential visitors to White Cloud campground should keep in mind that prices listed here pertain to campground amenities only. For more information on potential additional costs related to the surrounding Tahoe National Forest, make sure to give their offices a call.