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North Lake Tahoe, California Things to Do
Summer Promotion: Save up to 30%!
Rates start at $129 per night through September 30, 2012.*
Temperatures are rising into the low 80′s, and it’s the perfect time of year to taste and see Squaw Valley at its finest. Ride the world-famous Arial Tram to the top of Squaw, hike Shirley Canyon and take a dip in the pool. Rollerskate with a view of Lake Tahoe below. How about a round of 18 holes of golf? Perhaps a trail jaunt on horseback?
It’s all at your fingertips when you stay at Squaw Valley Lodge.
30% off for 3 or more nights, 15% off for less than 3 nights for travel through September 30th.
Call a Vacation Planner today and reserve your summer vacation!
Summer Promotion Blackout dates include: June 21-23, July 26-29, August 6-8 and August 31-September 2, 2012. Subject to availability and change. This promotion not valid with any other promotion.
*$129 per night rate is midweek for three nights or more in a Deluxe Studio Condominium with the 30% promotional discount .
July 13 to August 26, 2012 | 5:30pm-10pm
Sand Harbor State Park, Incline Village, NV
A highly coveted “must-do” summer event, don’t miss the 40th anniversary season featuring The Two Gentlemen of Verona. Pack a picnic and watch the sun set on Lake Tahoe’s East Shore while Shakespeare comes alive on stage.
Shakespeare’s The Two Gentlemen of Verona is one the whole family can enjoy, and full of comedic relief. Bosom buddies Valentine and Proteus are Verona’s closest comrades, but their friendship is put to the ultimate test when Proteus forsakes his beloved Julia and competes for the affections of Valentine’s newfound love, the strong-willed Silvia.
Tickets start at $15 (Youth) $25 (Adult) and vary in service and assigned seating.
What is your favorite play by William Shakespeare?