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About South Lake Tahoe

South Lake Tahoe, CA is special, and your stay here should be nothing less. Lake Tahoe is the nation's largest alpine lake, at 22 miles by 12 miles. In addition, this mesmerizing blue water is surrounded by 72 miles of gorgeous coastline. Some of the best of the Tahoe experience can be found on the South Shore, and South Lake Tahoe cabin rentals will put you close to the action in your tranquil mountain haven.

Things to do

If you love the winter, you will love this town. For skiers, this area is home to many world-class ski opportunities, including such names as Boreal Mountain Resort, Alpine Meadows Ski Resort, and Squaw Valley USA. Prefer warmer weather? No problem, head here for a summer vacation you will never forget. Enjoy water skiing, swimming, fishing, river rafting, and so much more on Lake Tahoe or the surrounding rivers, including Truckee River and American River. Spend your day at one of the area's excellent beaches, including Nevada Beach, Baldwin Beach, Camp Richardson Beach, and Pope Beach. When it's nighttime, the casinos come alive. One of the most famous of South Lake Tahoe, CA is legendary Harrah's. While all the action happens inside the casinos, you can get out and enjoy the crisp mountain air by taking an evening stroll down the Tahoe strip at the California-Nevada state line. There's nothing like a refreshing walk under the stars and a bit of people-watching to cap off your fun-filled day in this beautiful travel destination.

You'll also find incredible hiking opportunities in the South Lake Tahoe region, try the Mt. Tallac Trail, Pope Beach, Lower Eagle Falls and the Van Sickl Bi-State Park. Each one is more beautilful than the next. For free outdoor concerts and other events, you'll want to visit Valhalla at Lake Tahoe which is within the Tallac Historical area. At the Vikingholm hike/castle you'll be whisked away to another time as you tour the inside and outside of this historic site, not to mention flanked by a glassy lake. Lastly, for the best view of the entire area, take the Gondola at Heavenly for a ride you'll never forget.


Besides natural events like a few feet of snow dropping or a perfect summer for visiting, there are events and festivals in the South Lake Tahoe area that draw visitors annually. USASA Snowboard Races happen in January, as well as the Sierra Stomp where you'll follow a guided tour on snow shoes. Ascent is an 8-day long gay and lesbian party ...

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