Travel Resources | Lake Tahoe
California’s Sno-Parks are a collaboration between California State Parks (OHMVR division) the U.S. Forest Service and other state and local government agencies. There are 18 Sno-Parks throughout California with cleared parking areas that allow access to many snow play options.
After a day hitting the slopes or one of the many hiking and biking trails around Lake Tahoe, there’s nothing better than soaking your tired muscles in the therapeutic healing waters of a natural hot spring
But one may ask when planning their vacation, are there wine bars in Lake Tahoe? And the answer is a resounding YES. From the casual to the elegant, slope side to Tahoe’s sandy shores, there are all kinds of Lake Tahoe wine bars where one can go to relax and enjoy a glass (or a bottle) of vino. These are some of the best places to buy wine in Lake Tahoe:
The Lake Tahoe is home to an amazing array of ski areas. With ski resorts on the Nevada side of Lake Tahoe as well as the California side there is something for everyone. Which resort is best for families? What resort has the most vertical? and how much are the lift tickets at each of the Tahoe ski resorts? This ski area comparison covering Lake Tahoe – California – Nevada will help you plan your visit.
Winter links to Lake Tahoe webcams. Plan your visit using the webcams available in ski resorts, mountains, lake and roads, and have a live view of the weather and traffic conditions.
Whether you are visiting or have lived in Tahoe for years, getting out on the lake at least once in your life with all your friends is a must. Thankfully, there are plenty of marinas and businesses in Lake Tahoe who are around to help make that happen. We’d like to share some of biggest and best places to rent a boat and/or jet ski in the area, but first…
Summer in the Western U.S., including Lake Tahoe means that smoke and fire have the potential to impact plans. While the smoke never lasts, if you happen to be in Lake Tahoe (or planning to), here are some options for things to do and tips for making the most of Lake Tahoe when the smoke comes calling
The Visitors Bureau decided to take a different approach to the summer tourist season and instead of creating advertisements in populous areas around the nation as the organization has done in years past, they are progressively educating the visitors that have already planned their vacations to the region for this year with key messaging surrounding responsible travel to the Tahoe area.
it is possible to enjoy the many highlights of the region without having to drive yourself everywhere. All of these activities take place within the city limits of South Lake Tahoe, or just outside. Depending on where you are staying in town, you can walk to many of these activities.
There are many interesting option to stop and stretch your legs, grab a snack or just explore on your way to Lake Tahoe via highway I-80. From picking up a pie at Ikeda’s, to checking out some of the Sierra mining history at the Empire Mine State Park and more.
Though the drive on California’s Highway 50 is full of scenic beauty, it’s a lengthy commute before you reach your final mountain destination. Next time you take the trip up Tahoe, take some time to stretch your legs, and stop through the quaint small towns on your way.
We created this Lake Tahoe vacation guide to help travelers who are planning a Lake Tahoe trip make informed decisions. You’ll find useful information, such as how to get here, where to stay and what to do while you’re here.
There are plenty of cannabis dispensaries around Lake Tahoe that can help you find what you need to ease your pain from an intense day of hiking or shoveling snow, boost your sleep or appetite, or simply used to enhance your recreational experience in the mountains. Just be safe, be smart, and have fun.
Not all accommodations in Tahoe are dog friendly while others fully welcome your pets. That’s why if you are visiting Tahoe and want your four-legged best friend to come along, I’ve compiled a list of some top choices of where to stay in Tahoe with your dog:
Since ski resorts are about to resume operations as temperatures continue to stay cool, this what you need to know before trying to ski or ride at one of Tahoe’s main ski resorts this winter during the coronavirus pandemic.
Comprehensive links to Lake Tahoe’s webcams. Plan your visit using the webcams available in ski resorts, mountains, lake and roads, and have a live view of the weather and traffic conditions.
Reports & Guides from Tahoe locals, Part-Timers, and Visitors
Winter Parking, Trail Access, and Snow Play Options @ California Sno-Parks California's Sno-Parks are a collaboration between California State Parks (OHMVR division) the U.S. Forest Service and other state and local government agencies. There are 18 Sno-Parks...
Are there Hot Springs near Lake Tahoe? YES!! After a day hitting the slopes or one of the many hiking and biking trails around Lake Tahoe, there’s nothing better than soaking your tired muscles in the therapeutic healing waters of a natural hot spring. Luckily, the...
Lake Tahoe is one of the best places on the planet. We love to share tips, pictures and overall help you enjoy your trip to Tahoe (or plan one).
Sports for all! Adaptive sports represent recreational activity equality in Tahoe basin Many individuals decide to...
What is the Best Way to See Lake Tahoe and Desolation Wilderness? There are numerous ways to see the Lake Tahoe area,...
The Wine Bars of Lake Tahoe: Here are some Top Wine Spots to warm up on a chilly evening. Any time of the year is a...