Things to do in Lake Tahoe Easter 2013: Declares A Guide to Easter in Lake Tahoe

Mar 16, 2013

Looking to find out what’s happening for Easter 2013 in Lake Tahoe? Use this vacation to get together with the family and take advantage of the wonderful spring skiing in Lake Tahoe, with warmer temperatures, tons of great events happening at all of the ski resorts and fewer crowds to compete with on the runs. has taken all of the hassle out of your search by assembling a list of the best Easter activities and places to stay. All of these are guaranteed to put a spring in your step and provide fun for the whole family.

Tahoe Easter Egg Hunts

  • On-Mountain Easter Egg Hunt at Squaw Valley: Families looking for an egg-cellent Easter activity can do no better than this annual Easter egg hunt. This game gets underway as soon as the lifts open, and guests better have their Easter baskets at the ready as brightly-colored eggs are dispersed all over the mountain. Youngsters will love collecting as many as possible, and will be especially eager to find the prize Golden Egg which contains a mountain season pass.
  • Annual Golden Egg Hunt at Sugar Bowl: The Egg Hunt at Sugar Bowl also features a Golden Egg, and kids will be thrilled to see the Easter Bunny on site egging them on and providing clues as to the prize egg’s location. This has a scavenger hunt component as well, as each egg they find should give them additional clues leading them to the golden egg. An Easter egg hunt is a must for Sunday, but there are plenty of ways to fill up the rest of the itinerary with other things to do in Lake Tahoe with kids.

Easter Brunch in Tahoe

  • Selecting a spot for a memorable Easter brunch is usually an eggsential no matter what part of the country you’re in, but visitors to South Lake Tahoe should definitely sit down for brunch at The Beacon. This restaurant is well-known for its special green eggs and ham they serve up on Easter Sunday, but has many other tasty dishes to choose from as well. This restaurant at Camp Richardson is situated right on the water, so diners can bask in the lovely lakefront views while enjoying the company of their loved ones. 
  • Guests of North Lake Tahoe will love brunch at the Resort at Squaw Creek. This is an interactive brunch experience that is ideal for kids, as they can take a break from eating by participating in an Easter egg hunt in the ballroom, and can try and track down lucky tickets to win a chocolate bunny. The best part for families is that children 12 and under eat free, and these chefs have planned a menu that will satisfy even the pickiest eaters! These aren’t all though, as many of the best restaurants in Lake Tahoe will be serving brunch this Easter, and it’s a good idea to make your reservations ahead of time.

Lake Tahoe Hotels

  • 3 Peaks Resort & Beach Club: Guests looking to be in the proximity of all the fun Easter happenings on South Lake Tahoe should a book a stay at the 3 Peaks Resort & Beach Club to experience a convenient location and satisfying amenities. Offering cozy cabin-style rooms at competitive rates, this hotel will place guests near to the various Easter Egg Hunts and brunch offerings. Prospective visitors should be sure to check for Lake Tahoe specials for this and other hotels in the area to find discounted rates and package deals that include free ski lift tickets, meals and more.
  • Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe: For a luxurious stay in North Lake Tahoe, visitors can’t go wrong by choosing the Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe. Filled with all of the amenities of a top resort and boosted by a stellar location, the Hyatt is perfect for outdoors lovers and those simply looking to indulge in a little leisure time. Since this hotel is situated in North Lake Tahoe, families know they will be within a comfortable distance to all of the Easter activities occurring on the mountain.

Why delay in making Easter Sunday plans when has taken all of the work out of planning what to do for Easter Weekend in Lake Tahoe? Start planning a trip to Tahoe today!

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