Tahoe Festivals

Find fun things to do in North Lake Tahoe, California. There’s a fabulous variety of totally fun tourist attractions and things to do in North Lake Tahoe to suit every taste, from skiing and snowboarding in winter to fishing and water sports in the summer. Plus, there is plenty of dining, shopping and activities when it’s time to come inside. Whether you’re looking to hit the slopes or hit the shops, restaurants, spas or the casino tables, you’ll find it all in beautiful Lake Tahoe, California. The Squaw Valley Lodge provides the perfect spot to experience it all!

2018 Halloween Harvest Festival at Squaw Creek

Autumn would not be autumn without a quintessential Halloween-inspired festival, full of gooey caramel apples, pumpkin carving contest and face painting for the kiddos. We have just the one to satisfy the whole family!

Throw on your favorite scarf or puffy vest and head over to the Resort at Squaw Creek for their Halloween Fall Festival, taking place Friday, October 5 to Sunday October 7; and the following weekend Friday, October 12 to Sunday, October 14, 2018. The aspen leaves have changed colors, and are a beautiful sight in Squaw Valley – don’t miss the chance to soak in fall before winter descends on Tahoe.

The fall festival offers something for every age with a special beer on tap at Sandy’s Pub, Apple Bobbing Contest on Sandy’s Deck at 2PM, live music on Sandy’s Deck from 2-5PM, Fishing Derby from 12-2PM, Halloween Costume Bear Factory from 2-4PM, Pumpkin Carving Contest from 3-5PM, and Scary Stories and S’mores from 8:30 to 9PM by the fire.

To learn more visit https://bit.ly/2MMl4GD and to book your fall getaway at Squaw Valley Lodge with our great shoulder-season rates visit squawvalleylodge.com!


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Summer’s Here with Memorial Day at Squaw Valley!

It’s been an incredible winter at Squaw Valley with Miracle March dropping 18 feet of snow for great spring skiing for the whole family! Monday, May 28th marks your last day of the season to get in turns at Squaw Valley, and then it’s time to bid farewell to Old Man Winter. Memorial Day weekend signifies the start to summer, and Lake Tahoe is full and ready for warm weather family fun!

Squaw Valley Lodge celebrates summer by opening their pool Friday, May 25! Lounging in the sun not your thing? Enjoy a round of golf on 250 acres of beautiful mountain terrain in the valley (check out Resort at Squaw Creek to book your tee times). Rent bikes at Factory Bike Rental, and cruise along the Truckee River Bike Trail into Tahoe City for a scoop of ice cream, or ride even farther down the West Shore for a drink on the infamous deck at Sunnyside Restaurant. All are iconic ways to kick off summer at Tahoe!

Or join in the fun with the sixth annual The Village at Squaw Valley’s Made in Tahoe Festival where you can enjoy all things local (over 100 vendors), great food, and live music and performances. The Festival runs from 11am-7pm on Saturday May 26 and 11am-5pm on Sunday May 27. Family friendly and free admission. For more details see http://squawalpine.com/events-things-do/made-tahoe-festival.


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2018 North Lake Tahoe SnowFest: Fun For the Family!

One of the Tahoe’s most beloved events for locals and visitors alike returns on March 1st and runs through March 11th, celebrating the beauty of the Sierras blanketed in white – a winter carnival jam packed full of activities for the whole family! Don’t miss Tahoe’s very own Mardi Gras style winter carnival.

With the recent snow and big snowstorms headed our way (we could see up to 5-8 feet of snow in a week!) we’re excited to kick off the festivities with the Polar Bear Swim and Queen Coronation hosted by Garwoods Restaurant. Over the years we’ve tallied up our favorite events during the week and here are some that top the list:

Polar Bear Swim

Tahoe City and Kings Beach Parade

Tahoe Donner’s Annual I-Did-A-Run

Bridgetender’s Annual Ribfest

Pete n’ Peter’s Bar Olympics

For a full list of the events, and details about how to get involved (and check out past photo galleries) click here.


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The 35th Annual North Lake Tahoe Snowfest

One of the things that makes Tahoe so different is the Annual Snowfest – a unique festival that hosts decidedly wintery like events at the beginning of every Spring. Tahoe comes alive to celebrate and pray for more snow with an array of crazy games!

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Tahoe Festivals – North Lake Tahoe SnowFest – Snow Sculpting & Winter Fun

Are you ready for North Lake Tahoe SnowFest? This fantastic winter extravaganza features snow sculpting competitions, human bowling, polar bear swims and so much more! Find the fun all over town, from March 4 through 13.

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Lake Tahoe Festivals – Winterpalooza

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.

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Hot Air Balloon Race: Fun Family Reno-Tahoe Event!

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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!

Balloons In Sky

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.

 


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