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Adding to your list of summer things to do in Lake Tahoe, Here are some unique paddle experiences to get you on the water while enjoying the Tahoe Summer
Lake Tahoe is one of the favorite destinations in the United States because of its diverse natural landscapes and many activities to enjoy throughout the year, for the whole family. If you’ve never been to the Lake Tahoe area, this guide can help you make the best decision for your first visit.
The best place to be this summer is on the lake. Fortunately, no matter where you’re at on Big Blue, there’s usually a stand-up paddleboard SUP / kayak rental shop within a 20-minute drive. Here are a few South Lake Tahoe spots to rent a kayak or paddleboard and check out to gather all the gear you need to enjoy your time out on the water:
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
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With the influx of visitors that come into Tahoe every summer, local businesses must ramp up their staff to meet the demand. 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. 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.
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For skiers and snowboarders spring is usually the time to choose or renew your ski season pass for the following year. Due to Covid-19 there are challenges so what do you do? Forego the pass for ski or snowboard day passes, try a new local mountain, renew your IKON pass or EPIC pass, or just buy a sled.
Sometimes it is hard to figure out what businesses are open and what activities are available to do during a three-day long weekend. Here you will find some recommended events happening on federal holiday weekends in Lake Tahoe.
Lake Tahoe features almost 300 cloud-free nights every year, which makes the area ideal to watch a meteor shower. If you’re passionate about astronomy and use to carry your telescope wherever you go, or if you just enjoy spending the night contemplating the milky way and counting shooting stars (with friends or by yourself), this guide will help you get to the best spots in Lake Tahoe.