Are you ready for the first-ever Winterpalooza? Dive into a full day of tube racing, snowman building, relay races and snowstriding at Tahoe Donner Snowplay. Play in the snow and enjoy a festive day of winter sports and fun.[more...]
There is a great sense of childlike magic for adults and children alike when it comes to hot-air balloons. You could be three, thirteen, or thirty years old, and watching them fire up and take flight is still exhilarating and beautiful. Watching hundreds of balloons fly through the sky, aglow with bright colors on a crisp late summer morning is something every kid (at heart) should experience.
Every September the Reno-Tahoe area is treated to the largest FREE hot-air balloon event in the world at the Great Reno Balloon Race. This year’s event is held September 11-13, 2015 at Rancho San Rafael Regional Park in Reno, Nevada.
The festival is packed full of outdoor events that start as early as 5:15am on September 11. We’re talking a famous Glow Show (this is a MUST-SEE!), Pajama Party, Balloon Mass Ascension, and much more. Since the balloons take flight at dawn we do suggest hitting the hay early, and ensuring you have some way of accessing hot coffee or a hot beverage in the morning as you take the short drive from Squaw Valley into Reno. Watching the sun barely rising over the Sierra Nevada Mountains is a sight to see, and another treat before watching all the hot-air balloons ascend! Pack snacks for kiddos, dress warmly in layers, and don’t forget to bring your camera!
September is a great time to visit the Tahoe area, and you don’t want to miss out on our low-season rates! Check them out online, or contact one of our Reservation Agents for lodging deals or assistance with choosing the right accommodations. We can probably even help with ideas on where to get hot coffee at 5am. We like early mornings around Squaw Valley. It’s a beautiful time to be awake and enjoy the great outdoors!
Visit www.squawvalleylodge.com for lodging deals and the latest happening the North Lake Tahoe area.
You’ll thank yourself for the rest of your life after attending this soulful festival, dedicated to guiding attendees in search of their center – or just looking for a fun weekend of yoga, hiking, live music and dance in the cool mountain air.[more...]
Global music graces two stages, sweetening the alpine air as you taste award-winning wines from top California wineries at this two-day summer celebration of art, wine, and music. FREE and family-friendly, it’s the can’t-miss event of the season![more...]
Start your summer season off right with a visit to scenic Tahoe City from Thursday June 18 to Sunday June 21. The annual solstice festival combines entertaining events like a wine walk, classic car show, & live music for a full weekend of activities.[more...]
There’s so much happening around Lake Tahoe for the 4th of July, that it’s hard to choose where to take the family for holiday fun!
In addition to the holiday celebrations taking place at Squaw Valley, Tahoe City, and Truckee, you don’t want to miss the Red, White and Tahoe Blue taking place in Incline Village, NV! Incline Village is only a short 20 to 25 minute drive from Squaw Valley, with a view you can’t beat along Highway 20 (Lake Tahoe stretches out for miles to your right).
The RWTB celebration hosts the biggest July 4th holiday festivities in the area. AOL Travel names it the #6 Best Fireworks Show in the nation! With over 450 volunteers and 400+ donors and sponsors, it’s the place to be this week (especially this Saturday).
So what can the family do, or enjoy, at Red, White and Tahoe Blue? Here’s a quick list of all the activities lined up!
- Wine & Cheese Tasting Event at Aspen Grove on Thursday, July 2
- Day on the Village Green music festival on Friday, July 3
- Reno Philharmonic Concert & Fireworks on Saturday, July 4
There’s still time to get your tickets to any or all of the events! Visit: http://www.redwhitetahoeblue.org/ for more information!
Tahoe is truly a spectacular destination, and you can celebrate local culture, food and arts at the Made in Tahoe Festival. On Memorial Day weekend, you’ll find a large vendor village at Squaw Valley, performance stages, special refreshments & more.[more...]