Recent Lake Tahoe Nevada reviews
"A very comfortable condo with great amenities in a peaceful and beautiful neighborhood. The nearby Incline Village and North Star golf courses were in great shape and reasonably priced. We rented a boat at the beach and enjoyed a fabulous ride around the gorgeous lake. We also spent an evening at the Hyatt Resort casino. Forest Pines in Incline Village is a wonderful vacation location with a wide variety of activities and splendid scenery."Guest: J. Parker Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 2, 2014View listing
"Our family just arrived home from a wonderful stay in South Lake Tahoe. I chose this beautiful vacation home because of size, it sleeps 18, and location, off Kingsbury Grade, close to everything in South Shore. The property is located in a neighborhood of upscale homes with very large lots. The owner was very helpful and professional. The house is set up with everything you need to spend a few days or couple of weeks. The new Trex deck is beautiful and provides outdoor seating for large groups. The upstairs master suite is very large with a custom bathroom. The large living room is perfect for entertaining and the new 60 inch flat screen TV was a bonus. Our family loved this home and we are hoping to return in the near future. We highly recommend this property."Guest: Mr. F Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 13, 2014View listing
"This house worked wonderfully for our family reunion of 15. The inside and outside areas were comfortable and well-furnished and gave us plenty of room for 10 adults and 5 kids. Several suggestions: Summer renters be aware that the house has absolutley NO beach accessories. We used the bath towels for the beach and washed them each night. Second. Be prepared to buy paper towels, soap, and toilet paper by the 2d or 3rd day of your stay. Supplies provided for a group of 15 will not last long. Also the stove has major issues. The grates don't actually fit the stove and several of the burners are troublesome. Having made those suggestions, we would definitely rent this house again. It is really comfortable and suits a large group."Guest: 50th Anniversary family gathering Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 13, 2014View listing
"We had a great summer vacation at Lake Tahoe! Condo is great, clean and it had everything that we needed. It is located just near Heavenly's Stagecoach lift, within a walking distance, or 2 minutes drive. It is at 7500 ft, so a bit colder than at the lake, but these days weather was hot so it was good!"Guest: Vitaly Kononov Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 26, 2014View listing
Lake Tahoe Nevada Travel Tips
As one of the most popular destinations in North America, Lake Tahoe provides stunning natural beauty and plenty to experience.
Lake Tahoe itself is a large freshwater lake in the Sierra Nevada, situated on the border between California and Nevada. It's the largest alpine lake in North America and one of the deepest. The area is famously known for its optimal skiing opportunities, but there is also plenty of outdoor summer recreation and tons of attractions to explore throughout the year. No matter what you do on your vacation, it will likely involve the destination's beautiful mountain peaks and soothing lakes.
From November through April, Lake Tahoe sees most of its snowfall, creating the perfect time to hit the slopes for a day of runs, then warm up with a toasty mug of hot cocoa in front of a fire. Through the warmer months, the hottest of which is August, there is a plethora of fun activities, whether you prefer to stay indoors or traverse the natural surroundings. Whether you're looking to spend time hiking or biking, or can't wait to take in the local culture, there's something to make everyone's vacation perfect on the Nevada side of Lake Tahoe.
Things to Do
- Fallen Leaf Lake: Approximately one mile south of Lake Tahoe rests Fallen Leaf Lake, which was created by two glaciers. Fallen Leaf Lake is a great place to partake in water sports during the warmer months. The marina has room for 60 boats, so there's plenty of space to play. Water skiing and wakeboarding are popular activities, as is kayaking. If you're looking for something a little more relaxing, Fallen Leaf lake is also an excellent spot for morning or afternoon fishing, especially for brown, rainbow and lake trout.
- Eagle Falls Trailhead: Off of California State Route 89 on the western shore of Lake Tahoe lies Eagle Falls Trailhead. This area offers visitors some of the most stunning views of the California landscape, full of lush greenery and flowing waterfalls. The most popular destinations accessed by this trailhead include Desolation Wilderness, Eagle Lake and the Tahoe National Forest.
Eagle Falls Tahoe is perfect for a short but exhilarating hike, ranging about two miles round-trip.
- Hang Gliding Tahoe: Take to the skies in Lake Tahoe with Hang Gliding Tahoe. Not only will you get a bird's eye view of the area, you'll get to also learn the basics of how to fly yourself. This is an interactive experience like none other, allowing you hands-on pilot time while you soar over Lake Tahoe with a certified pilot.
- Crystal Bay Casino: If you're feeling lucky, head to the Crystal Bay Casino for a fun night of gambling and testing your odds. Whether you enjoy the slots, blackjack, poker or other games, you're sure to be entertained here. The casino also features two restaurants when you need a break from the cards and machines. With options like steak and lobster, you can certainly dine like a high roller. Afterward, check out an exciting live musical show.
- Secret Cove Beach: When the weather is warm, Secret Cove Beach makes for a lovely day spent in the sun and sand. Find the perfect spot for your beach towel and settle in to catch up on a good book, splash around in the water or build a soaring sand castle.
- Thunderbird Lodge: Step back in time as you explore Lake Tahoe's "castle-in-the-sky," the Thunderbird Lodge. Explore the lighthouse room, old lodge, servants' quarters, original kitchen and the 600 feet of underground tunnels leading to the boathouse. As you move about the property, you'll be treated to outstanding views of Lake Tahoe, gardens, mountain ranges and more natural beauty.
Shopping and Dining in Lake Tahoe
- 19 Kitchen and Bar: Enjoy a spectacular dining experience as you take in unbeatable sights at 19 Kitchen and Bar. The restaurant offers a relaxing atmosphere and peaceful views of the lake from every table. Whether you're looking for a multi-course meal or a quick bite, this is an excellent option.
- Mott Canyon Tavern and Grill: If you're in the mood for casual dining and large portions for sharing, head to Mott. Locals love the food here, and it's great for families or couples who want to sample different options on the menu. In the summer, dine on the outdoor patio or if it's chilly out, warm up in front of the granite fireplace with a tasty drink before your meal. For the adults, there's happy hour every day as well as a "beer of the day" special. Enjoy playing the video poker, pinball, video golf and vintage video games, or rock out to the jukebox that features more than 120,000 songs.