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Tips for Camping in Lake Tahoe

Submitted on 09/01/2015 | by

Camping in Lake Tahoe

Should You Still Go Camping in Lake Tahoe?  Absolutely!

What to Do over Labor Day Weekend in Lake Tahoe

Submitted on 08/15/2015 | by

Labor Day fireworks Lake Tahoe

Labor Day is the unofficial end of summer. The school year is back in swing around the country, and long, hot summer days are ending. A long end-of-summer holiday at Lake Tahoe is an excellent way to bid goodbye to the season. In addition to all the other summer outdoor adventures around, visitors will find music venues, community fairs, festivals and much more. At Lake Tahoe, summer goes out with a bang, literally with an awesome fireworks display over the Lake. It's the grand finale to a weekend filled with the best summer has to offer.

Live it Up on The Party Boat in Lake Tahoe!

Submitted on 08/01/2015 | by

Live it Up on The Party Boat in Lake Tahoe!

There is no better way to let your hair down than living it up on The Party Boat in Lake Tahoe. With the sun still shining and beautiful summer in Lake Tahoe still hanging around for a little longer, The Party Boat is calling and we would be fools not to hop on board! Nothing ends summer with a bang like this Lake Tahoe boat ride with a kick!

Water Sports Galore! How to Cool Off in Lake Tahoe this Summer

Submitted on 07/14/2015 | by

Water Sports Lake Tahoe this Summer

Summer in Lake Tahoe offers abundant opportunities to enjoy water sports. Whether you are looking for a thrilling whitewater adventure, a relaxing afternoon of fishing or something in between, Lake Tahoe likely has a water sport to match your interests. When you are ready to cool off in the water, consider these five ideas for some wet summertime fun.

Feel the Magic at the Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival

Submitted on 07/07/2015 | by

Feel the Magic at the Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival

There really is nothing quite like a night at the theatre and guests are sure to be in awe at the spectacle that is the Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival. This year's calendar includes Romeo and Juliet - "The Greatest Love Story Ever Told", The Fantastiks - "The World's Longest Running Musical", Showcase Series Events (every Monday night features a diverse lineup of performers) and of course, the D.G. Menchetti Young Shakespeare Program.

Kid Friendly Things to Do in Tahoe This Summer

Submitted on 07/04/2015 | by

Kid Friendly Things to Do in Tahoe This Summer

Lake Tahoe is the perfect summer getaway, and it’s just too good not to invite the kids along for the adventure. So you might have to listen to a few ‘are we there yet’s during the car ride over to your destination, but you won’t regret the extra company once you realize all of the fun kid friendly activities there are to do in Tahoe!

Kablooey! 4th of July in Lake Tahoe | South Lake Tahoe Fireworks

Submitted on 06/29/2015 | by

Fireworks during 4th of July at Lake Tahoe

Year after year, in the sunny summer month of July, Lake Tahoe explodes with visitors. They have come to enjoy the pristine sandy beaches, cool mountain breezes and watch the 4th of July fireworks in South Lake Tahoe.

Fourth of July in Lake Tahoe: What to Do this July 4th in Lake Tahoe

Submitted on 06/15/2015 | by

July 4th in Lake Tahoe

Few places are as spectacular to spend the fourth of July as Lake Tahoe for a traditional way of enjoying the great outdoors and a few activities on the patriotic holiday. Between the smell of the pine trees to the attractions that are available in the downtown region, there is much to enjoy for a family-friendly environment that welcomes thousands of visitors each year. Whether going solo or spending time with family, there are several options available depending on your group size and interests.

A Guide to Stand Up Paddling in Lake Tahoe: the ABCs of SUP

Submitted on 06/15/2015 | by

A Guide to Stand Up Paddling in Lake Tahoe

SUP (stand up paddleboarding) has been attracting people from all walks of life for awhile now, probably because it works great to tone the body and it’s just plain fun. Because you have to balance your body on the board, your core and legs get a workout in order to keep you from falling off, while the paddling itself incorporates cardio and strength training for an entire body, but low impact workout. SUP began long ago in Hawaii as a plausible way for beach guides to keep a watchful eye on tourists. It is now one of the most popular sports across the globe.

What to do for Father's Day in Lake Tahoe

Submitted on 05/27/2015 | by

What to do for Fathers Day in Lake Tahoe

For holidays and special occasions, few places are as spectacular to spend the day at than Lake Tahoe. Located on the border of California and Nevada, the location boasts scenic views and a freshwater lake that is known as one of the largest in the country. For those spending time in the destination on Father's Day, there are a variety of outdoor activities to enjoy for an incredible way of bonding in the environment.