Straddling the Nevada-California border, Lake Tahoe is a nature lover's supreme retreat destination. The lake and its attractions are separated into the North and South regions, making it easy for you to decide which end deserves your undivided attention. Or perhaps you'll sample both and get the full Lake Tahoe experience on your group trip!
Both Lake Tahoe North and South are major winter sports destinations with premiere snowboarding, skiing, and snowmobiling trails for the ultimate cold sports enthusiast. In the winter, you can't go wrong with either end of the lake as you enjoy magnificent, world-class slaloms, ski resorts, and more with your friends and family.
In the summer, however, the snow melts in the valleys and the winter wonderland turns into a warm-weather delight. Golfing, biking through the forest trails, fishing the crystal blue lakes, and camping in the great outdoors are but a few of the options at Lake Tahoe. Tahoe South embraces the summer crowds with wonderful attractions like narrated lake cruise tours on historic paddle-wheeler boats, history and science museums, and plenty of options for family fun in the open air. North Lake Tahoe in the summer offers plenty of its own watersport activities, adventurous rope courses, mini-golf courses, hiking and biking trails, and exciting yearly events.
If you love the outdoors, if you enjoy getting back to nature and enjoying a snow-capped mountain or crystal clear lake, then Lake Tahoe is right for you. There is a multitude of indoor options for an added dimension to your Tahoe trip as well, so get planning and come visit Tahoe!