Lake Tahoe, CA – Vacation Home

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Welcome to Lake Tahoe, the largest alpine Lake in North America; deep and wide, bluer than blue and surrounded by the majestic Sierra Nevada Mountains. It’s an alpine paradise, for sure. Here, that spectacular scenery is offered up with a gigantic helping of things to do year-round, including water sports and winter sports, bike trails and blackjack, family fun and nightlife, all with a unique, Tahoe spin.

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Activities & Amenities

Emerald Bay State Park
“Carved millions of years ago by passing glaciers, this state park is a must-see for anyone looking to experience Lake Tahoe’s beauty. Sheltered by towering trees, this inlet along the southwest shore of Lake Tahoe is known for its colorful granite cliffs and stunning panoramas.”

Squaw Valley, USA
Squaw valley covers 4,000 acres of skiable terrain and spans six peaks on Lake Tahoe’s Western edge. This resort is so nice, in fact, that is was chosen to host the 1960’s Winter Olympics!

Squaw Valley has something to offer everyone in the family. The top-notch powder calls to the adventurous, the world class Trilogy Spa lures those in desperate need of R&R and a cable car ride to High Camp for some ice skating is perfect for the kids. Visit the official Squaw Valley Website »

Kings Beach State Recreation Center
This 28-acre State Park encompasses a good sized amount of shoreline on the northern edge of Lake Tahoe. It is an ideal location for swimming, boating, sunbathing, and grilling out. The Park is open daily from sunrise to 10:00pm. There is no fee for entry although there is a small donation for parking but the money goes to a good cause, the park itself!

D.L. Bliss State Park
This 744-acre park took its name from a 19th-century lumber titan named Duane LeRoy Bliss. The deepest waters of Lake Tahoe reside in the park so the fishing is excellent. For the sightseers in your party, there is a 250,000 pound boulder balancing precariously atop a much smaller chunk of granite. Visit the State Park’s homepage »

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