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Recent South Lake Tahoe reviews

  • perfect location

    "This place is great for walks to the lake, Heavenly Village and skiing. The house couldn't have been better for us and our dog. After skiing we were able to let our dog run around in the back yard while we relaxed in he hot tub. No complaints!"
    Guest: Trisha F. Date of Stay: December 2014 Review Submitted: December 21, 2014
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  • Awesome!

    "This house was absolutely perfect for us! We had my husband's birthday weekend here and it was exactly what we needed- a big house, lots of bedrooms, spacious living room and game room, EXTREMELY CLOSE to the casinos (a few of our friends walked back and forth, probably about a mile or so). The house is slightly dated but that was great for us- we were comfortable and weren't worried about breaking anything. Everyone was relaxed, took a dip in the hot tub, and had a fantastic time! I would rent this house again in a heartbeat. And lastly, Charles the owner was very responsive and helpful. A++"
    Guest: Tracy C. Date of Stay: February 2015 Review Submitted: March 3, 2015
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  • GREAT place to stay

    "We truly loved staying at this house!! Lots of room for the 12 of us that stayed in the house! Rooms were big enough, slept all of us well, perfect size kitchen, living room and den! Very clean on arrival. Very close to shopping and dining, but still secluded enough to feel in the "country". On a quiet street in a friendly community. Owners are very easy to work with."
    Guest: Robin Date of Stay: December 2014 Review Submitted: December 26, 2014
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  • Perfect Cabin, Service, quality, BUT NO WORKING GRILL!!

    "I loved everything about our stay. Cabin was beautiful. Extra towels and blankets for those who needed it, even firewood was provided! I can't help but think of great things to say. But there was one huge issue. I had some meat marinating for the drive, expecting there to be a grill. Both propane tanks that were at the cabin were both EMPTY!!!! Since we did not drive out there and took cab everywhere, the opportunity to fill up on of these propane tanks was very difficult, especially since there was no gas station within walking distance. I was very disappointed at this, as we were not able to enjoy a late night BBQ that we were expecting to have our first night. Instead we ordered delivery for pizza while everyone was expecting BBQ hot off the grill. This simple neglection ruined what would have been a perfect weekend for me. I hope for the next rental they would check their propane tanks before promising a working grill to them..."
    Guest: Nathan Date of Stay: January 2015 Review Submitted: January 21, 2015
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South Lake Tahoe Travel Tips

Hailed as one of the nation's top outdoor playgrounds, South Lake Tahoe packs more nature than you'll know what to do with.

South Lake Tahoe at a Glance

South Lake Tahoe is a freshwater lake that rests in the valley of the Sierra Nevada mountain range on the border between California and Nevada. The lake itself formed 2 million years ago during the Ice Age and is the second-deepest lake in the U.S., bottoming out at 1,645 feet. Beside it sits the city of South Lake Tahoe, home an endless array of outdoor recreation. When the mountain slopes are covered in snow, winter lovers make their way here for skiing and snowboarding. When the summer sun is out, hiking and swimming become some of the go-to activities.

Winter Wonderland

Ski and Snowboard: There's no question that skiing and snowboarding are Lake Tahoe's bread and butter. With 40 feet of snow and 300 days of sunshine a year, this region couldn't get any better for winter sports. At Hope Valley Outdoors Cross-Country Ski Center, you'll find 60 miles of groomed and ungroomed trails. Nearby, Heavenly Mountain Resort's hills feature a variety of terrain, including rolling glades, terrain parks and black diamonds. Kirkwood Mountain Resort ranks as one of the nation's top year-round family destinations, complete with a base elevation of 7,800 feet that allows more annual snowfall than any other resort in the U.S. You'll be up to your neck in snow and faced with the difficult decision of which pristine run to choose.

If you don't want to schlep your board or skis, no worries. There are plenty of rental options that offer quality equipment. Lessons are offered too, but be prepared to pay for it.

Summer Slopes

Mountain Biking: Since Tahoe South has been designated as a Bike Friendly Community, the bike paths spread far and wide. Take the adrenaline-filled downhill at Saxon Creek, which has been nicknamed Mr. Toad's Wild Ride, or cruise down Flue Trail. Between the range of trails, there are rides for every experience level. The famous loop around Lake Tahoe is 72 miles long and one of the most stunning with mountain vistas, deep blue water and Emerald Bay. For the fearless, you can even connect trails and take on the challenge of seven summits in one day.

Hiking and Running: In Lake Tahoe, you don't need to be a dedicated jogger to get runner's high - simply soaking in the vistas yields a contact euphoria. There is a network of trails for hiking meant for the beginner, hardcore and everyone in between. A crowd favorite is Mount Tallac Trail, rising 3,000 feet in elevation for 5 miles where novice hikers thrive. Along other trails, you can discover waterfalls, alpine meadows and glacier-carved granite slopes. In the winter, strap on some snowshoes and endeavor up the same trails. Snowy Lake Tahoe is beyond serene.

Golfing: Try to concentrate as the snow-capped mountains and gorgeous pines in the distance keep distracting your swing. The Tahoe South region has six unique golf courses. Bijou Municipal is the oldest course around, with nine holes perfect for families and beginners. If grandma and grandpa come during the week, check for senior discounts. Six minutes northeast lies Edgewood Tahoe, which is regarded as one of the most breathtaking courses in the country. It has well-manicured fairways that border Lake Tahoe. Besides being home to the American Century Championship, it is also one of Golf Digest's top 25 public U.S. courses. Tahoe Paradise and Lake Tahoe Golf Course make for other popular options.

On the Water

Fishing: Lake Tahoe is so clear that you can see 75 feet below its surface. Makes fishing easier, right? Come find out. Depending on the season, anglers can expect to catch lake trout, rainbow trout and kokanee salmon. The good news is that lake trout season is open year-round. If you don't want to venture alone, there are a number of fishing charters and knowledgeable guides to show you the ropes.

Action Watersports: When the kids' patience runs thin, opt for the high-powered thrill of jet skis, waverunners, power boats and water skis. Many visitors enjoy seeing Emerald Bay from the privacy of their own boats. There are also sailing cruises that will help you leave the heckling world of cell phones and engines behind. You can rent everything here.

Out and About

Local Culture: Tahoe South is home to a flourishing arts scene, full of exhibiting galleries and working studios. On Lake Tahoe Boulevard you'll find Marcus Ashley Fine Art Gallery, one of the region's biggest hot spots. The venue houses a variety of works from American and international artists. Pacific Crest Gallery showcases fine art, jewelry and gifts. When the weather is warm, live performances take the stage at the annual Valhalla Arts, Music and Theatre Festival.

Nightlife: After a busy day of shredding the slopes, paint the town red with South Lake Tahoe's vibrant nightlife. Between hipster dive bars to bumping nightclubs, every type of personality will find be able to find their niche. There are also casinos, pubs and karaoke hotspots that will sure to put a smile on your face.

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