For visitors who wish to visit a different kind of lake for their next holiday, Lake Tahoe
is a great choice. Lake Tahoe is considered as the country’s second deepest and high-elevation lake. Visitors will surely have an unforgettable experience as they travel the lake’s 72-mile shoreline or check out some the lake’s surrounding communities.
As one of the top destinations in the USA
, Lake Tahoe has many available vacation rental accommodations for guests visiting the area. Some of these vacation homes are located close to the lake, while others are in nearby towns or cities such as Tahoe City
. Tour packages and equipment rental services are available near these accommodations for those who wish to see all that the lake has to offer.
Similar to traditional lodging, accommodations such as vacation and condo rentals are available throughout Lake Tahoe for visitors who wish to experience life in the lake’s various communities. However, unlike traditional accommodations, these alternative vacation rental homes have flexible room rates per season and their rental policies can accommodate large groups. Find waterfront beach homes, ski in/out cabins or even quaint and luxurious chalets in hidden jewel locations.
Lake Tahoe is open to visitors throughout the year thanks to its various attractions and events. The summer months – from July to August – is the area’s peak season as many flock the lake’s shores to cool off under the sun. Low season is from March to May and from September to November for visitors looking to escape the crowd. The winter months bring amazing ski opportunities and other winter fun activities.
Lake Tahoe offers a variety of activities and attractions for visitors to enjoy no matter what season they intend to visit.
In the summer, there is a variety of water activities and attractions located in Lake Tahoe. For those who wish to swim and relax in the beach, Kings Beach
State Recreation Area is the perfect place to start. The beach also offers rental services for guests who wish to partake in water sports or just laze around in a boat to enjoy the shoreline. Underwater Park inside Emerald Bay State Park is another favorite venue to try out snorkeling and diving.
For nature lovers, Lake Tahoe has many trails, peaks and parks visitors can choose from depending on their preferences. Emerald Bay State Park has the best scenic views of Lake Tahoe and as visitors walk on its trails, they will be treated to a lush scenery that is picture perfect. Aside from Emerald Bay, D.L. Bliss Park is another top destination in Lake Tahoe for hikers who wish to try out more challenging trails.
Several resorts for skiers and other winter sports enthusiasts are also located in the Lake Tahoe area. Some of these locations also offer stunning views of Lake Tahoe and the most challenging courses in the area such as Squaw Valley
, Heavenly Ski Resort
, Northstar Resort
and Alpine Meadows
Lake Tahoe also has lots of great attractions that features the area’s history and development. In Emerald Bay State Park, visitors can check out Vikingsholm, a 1920 summer home that boasts several examples of Scandinavian architecture in the period. The Donner
Memorial State Park and Emigrant Trail Museum are also open for visitors, especially those who wish to learn more about American pioneering’s history.