Reports & Guides from Tahoe locals, Part-Timers, and Visitors
One of the best ways to get out of the heat as well as get some exercise in is to take out a kayak or a stand-up paddleboard and paddle around Big Blue. Here are our top three spots to rent a SUP or kayak on the North Shore
Visiting Lake Tahoe. Check out the resources, links, tips and travel information that will make your trip more enjoyable. Find the resources you need and start planning your Tahoe trip today.
With the influx of visitors that come into Tahoe every summer, local businesses must ramp up their staff to meet the demand. Therefore, hospitality jobs abound as employers try to fill positions at their summer retreat spots, everything from bringing on beach attendants to restaurant servers to blackjack dealers. Along with being in beautiful Lake Tahoe, many employers offer their staff additional perks such as flexible hours, end of season parties, opportunities for development, and more. The Casino at the Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe
So how do you get a coveted Tahoe summer job?
In 2016 voters in Nevada and California passed measures to legalize marijuana. Since then, lawmakers cemented new laws regarding the once taboo substance to allow persons 21 or older to have up to one ounce of marijuana on them and easily walk in and buy products from their local dispensaries. It’s exciting to be able to enhance your Tahoe experience with a little cannabis, therefore here are my top three dispensary picks in the Tahoe Basin:
Lake Tahoe has plenty of great places to take your dog. Here are some of the Best Dog Beaches in South Lake Tahoe to guide your next visit.
It’s easy to spend a day bar hopping around the lake, especially if you have access to a boat. But even if you don’t, it’s worth stopping at one of these West Shore gems to catch a gorgeous Tahoe sunset.