Situated in the entertainment district, this hotel is 0.6 mi (1 km) from Edgewood Tahoe Golf Course and 2.3 mi (3.7 km) from Heavenly Ski Resort. Lakeside Beach ...
Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Lake Tahoe$52Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Lake Tahoe$52
Lake Tahoe Resort Hotel sits on the California-Nevada border in South Lake Tahoe, and is near hiking trails and the gondola. Guests can walk 6 blocks to the ...
Lake Tahoe Resort Hotel$129Lake Tahoe Resort Hotel$129
This resort and casino is found in the city's entertainment district and only 2 blocks from Lake Tahoe and the Gondola at Heavenly. Golf, cross-country and downhill ...
Harveys Resort & Casino$55Harveys Resort & Casino$55
This premier lakeside resort has direct access to a private beach in Incline Village; in winter, a complimentary shuttle service goes to 2 ski areas that offer ...
Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe Resort, Spa and Casino$139Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe Resort, Spa and Casino$139
Sheltered by pine trees, the 3 Peaks Resort & Beach Club is 300 yards from a private beach for guests, Nevada casinos, and a gondola that zips up to Heavenly ...
3 Peaks Resort & Beach Club$513 Peaks Resort & Beach Club$51
This South Lake Tahoe hotel is 1.9 miles from Heavenly Ski Resort, 4.8 miles from Zephyr Cove Beach, and 13.4 miles from Emerald Bay State Park.
Lake Tahoe Vacation Resort by Diamond Resorts$69Lake Tahoe Vacation Resort by Diamond Resorts$69
Featuring a casino and a health spa, this resort is on the Nevada side of South Lake Tahoe and within walking distance to the Heavenly Village Gondola and the ...
MontBleu Resort Casino & Spa$60MontBleu Resort Casino & Spa$60
Nestled on the beach, this South Lake Tahoe resort is 0.3 mi (0.4 km) from Bijou Golf Course and 2.3 mi (3.7 km) from Heavenly Ski Resort. El Dorado Beach and ...
The Beach Retreat & Lodge at Tahoe$84The Beach Retreat & Lodge at Tahoe$84
Conveniently located near the ski slopes, this South Lake Tahoe hotel is in the mountains, within 2 mi (3 km) of Ski Run Marina and Heavenly Ski Resort, and ...
POSTMARC Hotel and Spa Suites$76POSTMARC Hotel and Spa Suites$76
One of the most pleasant and scenic adventures America has to offer is a Lake Tahoe vacation. Tahoe is a huge lake shared by California and Nevada. The resort areas surrounding the lake, divided into North and South Shore, are known for winter skiing and other snow sports, casinos, summer fishing, boating, and golf. Many of the hotels in the area have slot machines and offer performances by well-known entertainers. The surrounding areas of the lake are suited for hiking and biking.
If you love the snow, then you will certainly have a fun Lake Tahoe vacation from October through April. Skiing season varies around the lake. January usually gets the most snow in the Tahoe Basin, with about 44 inches, which is ten inches more than December and five inches more than February. From November through March low temperatures fall into the low 20s and teens. The warmest months are July and August, approaching 80 degrees. What's great about Tahoe is that there are plenty of fun things to do all year round. It's always good to bring sweaters or jackets anytime of the year since summer nights can be cold.
Hot August Nights is an annual 50s and 60s classic car show with live entertainment on outdoor stages every August in Reno, about 40 miles northeast of the lake.
Northstar at Tahoe Mountain Bike Park rents giant mountain bikes, sells lots of riding gear, and offers mountain bike lessons.
Truckee is a lodging town north of the lake off Interstate 80 where celebrities are known to hang out at restaurants.
Many people book Lake Tahoe vacations to visit restaurant/casino/hotels with entertainment such as Harveys, Crystal Bay Casino, and the Tahoe Biltmore.
The M.S. Dixie II offers sightseeing dinner cruises on the lake, providing scenic views of Emerald Bay and the Sierra Nevada Mountains.
Emerald Bay State Park, a national landmark, is home to Lake Tahoe's only island, Fannette Island.
Boreal Mountain Resort offers night skiing and is usually the first resort open for skiing and snowboarding in the winter season.
With plenty of coarse white sand and beautiful rocks on the East Shore, Sand Harbor is considered to be one of Tahoe's nicest beaches.
Kirkwood Mountain Resort offers skiing and snowboarding in the winter, and biking and hiking in the summer.
North Tahoe Beach Center on Kings Beach has gone through a multimillion-dollar facelift designed for fun family activities such as picnics and water sports.
Eagle Lake is part of Desolation Wilderness, which is a popular hiking area full of waterfalls, not far from South Shore.
Heavenly Mountain Resort sits on the border of California and Nevada on the South Shore, offering nearly 100 ski runs and several high-speed ski lifts.
Just 20 miles north of the lake, Donner Summit, the legendary area where the Donner Party traveled, is now popular location for skiing.
Squaw Valley Ski Resort was the site of 1960 Olympic Winter Games, which helped the area become a popular favorite place among skiers.
Alpine Meadows Resort is for the more laid back skier. The longest ski season is usually found in this area.
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