Relax in the late summer sun as it sets behind the Sierras, serenaded by the sound of live music at Kings Beach Recreation Area![more...]
North Lake Tahoe, California Things to Do
Surrounded by picturesque mountains and sky blue waters, enjoy a bottle of local wine and artfully prepared dinner on the shores of Lake Tahoe, all to a masterful production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream by William Shakespeare.[more...]
This Stand Up Paddleboard race is a 22 mile point race, starting at Camp Richardson in South Lake Tahoe and finishing at Kings Beach State Beach in North Lake Tahoe.
Check out the race course to the left!
Visit www.tahoecup.org for registration and event details!
If you love to stand up paddleboard and would like to train and compete next year, here are the series of races that take place in the Lake Tahoe region:
1. Donner Lake Cup (generally near Memorial Day Weekend)
2. Jam From The Dam (Tahoe City to Carnelian Bay)
3. Tahoe Fall Classic (stop #3 in the Tahoe Cup Series)
Summer’s not over yet at Lake Tahoe, and Homewood Days is a great time to celebrate with the whole family, August 16-17. This summer festival on the West Shore is chock-full of activities for all ages, and best of all: they’re FREE! Aside from free live music at sunset with headliners New Monsoon and Lonesome Locomotive, the following events will take place on Saturday, August 17:
- Free morning yoga class
- Cornhole tournament
- Professional face and body art for all ages
- Kids’ bounce house
- Group paddleboard demo
- … and so much more!
Visit www.skihomewood.com for event details and times!
Tahoe City is turning 150 years young on August 8, 2013! Can you believe it?
Tahoe City Day kicks off over a month-long celebration of multifaceted community-wide events, everything from pancake breakfasts and Bloody Mary brunches to paddle tours and speakeasy pub crawls. Lake Tahoe has drastically changed since Tahoe City was recorded and recognized by W. Taft on August 8, 1863 and the anniversary celebration will explore its history and progression. Check out the event line-up here!
Share with us your all-time favorite memory of Tahoe City, or the Lake Tahoe area. Is there an experience that will always stand out as your most memorable moment?
It seems as though we turn into early birds to enjoy those spectacular summer sunrises over Lake Tahoe, or night owls as we stay up late to enjoy every last drop of daylight in the summer months. Well, if you’re looking for a rare opportunity to experience Lake Tahoe at night, how about on the water under a full moon? Don’t miss these enchanting evenings with Tahoe Adventure Company!
There are still three more full moon dates for summer, so be sure to reserve your spot soon!
2013 Full Moon Kayak Tour dates:
Sunday, June 23, 6:30-9:30pm
Sunday, July 21, 6:30-9:30pm
Tuesday, August 20, 6:00-9:00pm
Thursday, September 19, 5:00-8:00pm
Not only will you soak in the beauty of the Sierras as the sun sets and the full moon rises, but after paddling for two hours you will land on the beach to cap it all off with hot drinks, snacks, and more stargazing.
Event Lowdown (courtesy of TAC):
Typical Distance and Time: 1-3 miles, 2+ hours on the water
Level of Difficulty: Easy to Moderate
Location: Tahoe Vista Recreation Area
Cost: $60 per person, 4 person minimum. $50 per person for hiking.
Wondering what you need to pack? Tahoe Adventure Company provides the following: all kayaking equipment, knowledgeable guides, instruction, natural history and astronomy discussions, kayak games, refreshments. Personal warm clothing is required. Please discuss with Tahoe Adventure Company when you make your reservation.
It’s hard to believe but Tahoe City is celebrating 150 years this summer as an established town in Northern California!
As a part of the town’s anniversary, The Tahoe City Waterfront Tour was formed by the North Lake Tahoe Historical Society to share Tahoe City’s unique history. So what exactly will this tour consist of? Event guests will travel on foot for about 3/4 mile on a flat bike/multi-use trail to learn all about the Truckee River Dam (above photo), water rights, water clarity, rafting, historic sailing vessels, motor boat racing, Commons Beach, native fish, and key landmarks in Tahoe City—restaurants, places to visit/things to do from long time local, Karen Willcuts.
Although this event is FREE and open to the public, the North lake Tahoe Historical Society will accept $5 donations that will also cover your admission to the Gatekeeper’s Museum for the day.
The Event Lowdown:
Where to meet your guide/Starting Location: Gatekeeper’s Museum. 130 W. Lake Blvd, Tahoe City, Ca. 96145
Saturday, July 13, 2013
Saturday, August 3, 2013
Saturday, August 17, 2013
Saturday, August 24, 2013
Ending Location: Near Boatworks Mall in Tahoe City
Other Details: You may park in public parking lots or at the Gatekeeper’s Museum. Leashed well behaved dogs are welcome. This tour is family-friendly, but probably not exciting for very young children.
Questions? Contact the Gatekeeper’s Museum at 530-583-1762.