Sightseeing Attractions in Lake Tahoe

Sightseeing Attractions in Lake Tahoe

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Lake Tahoe tourist attractions

From Beaches to Scenic Walks and Snow-Capped Mountains, Lake Tahoe has Plenty to Offer

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Lake Tahoe Sightseeing Attractions

Consider Taking a Specialized Lake Tahoe Sightseeing Tour or Guided Hike

When searching for Lake Tahoe sightseeing attractions, you won’t have to travel far. Sightseeing in Lake Tahoe can be as easy as taking a drive down the scenic SR-89. Passing through the Lake Tahoe Airport, visitors driving on SR-89 can pass through Camp Richardson, Emerald Bay, Meeks Bay and Tahoe City.

  • Sand Harbor Tahoe: Located on the East Shore of Lake Tahoe, Sand Harbor is one of the most beautiful white-sandy beaches you’ll find in the region. Visitors can enjoy taking a stroll on one of the nearby hiking trails or eating a packed lunch at one of the shaded picnic tables. During the warm summer months, Sand Harbor Beach is a favored destination among tourists and locals because you can enjoy a relaxing day filled with swimming, scuba diving, kayaking, paddle boarding, boating or hiking.
  • Thunderbird Lodge: Located on the shores of Incline Village, Thunderbird Lodge is a charming estate that offers phenomenal lake views. Its stonewalls and pointy high roof ceilings give this elite estate a romantic and dramatic look. This estate is one of the most popular Lake Tahoe attractions and hosts several land and water tours during the summer. The property, originally owned by George Whittell Jr., houses six beautiful architectural buildings including the lodge, boathouse, lighthouse, card house, elephant house and servant house. Thunderbird Lodge Tours are available June to mid-October.

Popular Attractions in Lake Tahoe

Popular Attractions in Lake Tahoe Include Fanny Bridge and The Rocking Tower

Popular Attractions in Lake Tahoe

Sightseeing in Lake Tahoe

Whether You Visit The Mile High Lake During The Summer or Winter, There's Always Something to See

There are many Lake Tahoe sightseeing attractions to explore. Lake Tahoe boasts the best of both worlds, scenic outdoors combined with unparalleled nightlife, entertainment, shops and delectable restaurants.

  • Pope Beach: Located in South Lake Tahoe, Pope Beach is a great daytime destination. Bring a picnic and relax along the pristine shores of Lake Tahoe, or take a leisure hike or bike ride on one of the beach’s nearby trails. There are no pets allowed at Pope Beach Lake Tahoe.
  •  Vikingsholm: This majestic castle sits on the shores of Emerald Bay in South Lake Tahoe. It is surrounded by stunning scenery and towering pines and is one of the most popular Lake Tahoe sightseeing attractions. Filled with intriguing history, this castle is modeled after classic Scandinavian architecture. Built in 1929, the owner Lora Knight would host summer events and invite guests to stay in Vikingsholm. Tours of Vikingsholm castle are available Memorial day weekend until the late Sept.  
  • Tahoe Rim Trail Association: Lake Tahoe Rim Trail stretches 165 miles around the lake and is open to hikers, bikers and horseback riders. They feature comprehensive trail maps online with descriptions of each trail head including the distance, location, elevation, highlights and estimated calories burned. Completing the Tahoe Rim Trail can take more than a few days, none the less, it deserves to be trekked. 

Vikingsholm Lake Tahoe

Vikingsholm is One of the Most Beautiful Historic Lake Tahoe Attractions

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Whether you lead an active lifestyle or are curious to try something new, Lake Tahoe is a good place to explore and pick up a new hobby. Year round, folks can enjoy a multitude of Lake Tahoe sightseeing attractions, thrilling outdoor activities, scenic tours, historic museums and landmarks. Here you will find some of the most popular attractions in Lake Tahoe.

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Truckee / Donner

Paddle Through Wild Water Rapids With IRIE Rafting Company Truckee!

Address: 11253 Brockway Rd., Suite 103 Truckee, CA 96161
South Shore (CA)
Helicopter tours in North and South Lake Tahoe starting at $70! No age restrictions, with 1 - 6 person capacity.

Address: 1901 Airport Road South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150
North Shore (NV) / Incline & Crystal Bay

Experience an Incredible Thrill of a Lifetime Flying a Powered Hang Glider Over Lake Tahoe

Address: 2640 E. College Parkway Carson City, NV 89706
South Shore (CA)
Custom massage therapy in South Lake Tahoe

Address: 2520 Lake Tahoe Blvd South Lake Tahoe,  96150

18-hole championship golf course combined with comfortable, upscale lodging

Address: 400 Squaw Creek Road Squaw Valley, CA 96146
North & West Shore (CA)
North Lake Tahoe's most luxurious spa resort…! Spa lodging packages available.

Address: 400 Squaw Creek Road Olympic Valley, CA 96146
North Shore (NV) / Incline & Crystal Bay
Teaching You To Ride Like A Champ! Open seasonally.

Address: P.O. Box 4267 Incline Village, NV 89450
North Shore (NV) / Incline & Crystal Bay

Where Fishing Is Not Just a Hobby, It's An Addiction!

Address: 569 McDonald Dr Incline Village, NV 89451
South Shore (NV)
Lake Tahoe Yoga provides fun exercise for all ages and abilities!

Address: 100 McFaul Way Zephyr Cove, NV 89448
North Shore (NV) / Incline & Crystal Bay

Offers all of your water sports desires at one location! Open during the summer season only.

Address: 995 Lakeshore Blvd Incline Village, NV 89451
North Shore (NV) / Incline & Crystal Bay
Reel Action is Lake Tahoe's premier charter fishing boat.

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South Shore (CA)

Relax After A Long Day On The Slopes or Before Your Wedding Day

Address: 1079 Emerald Bay Road South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150

Some popular Lake Tahoe sightseeing attractions include Vikingsholm, Thunderbird Lodge, Ehrman Mansion, Sand Harbor Beach, Heavenly Ski Resort, Squaw Valley and Sugar Pine Point State Park.

There are also many beautiful Lake Tahoe attractions and outdoor activities to enjoy year round. During the summertime, folks can enjoy water sport activities such as swimming, kayaking, boating, scuba diving and wake boarding. While those who visit in the winter can enjoy Lake Tahoe attractions and activities such as snowboarding and skiing. 

After you have decided what you want to see, check out the many Lake Tahoe Hotels and Resorts, and find the right one that fits your personal budget and preferences.