Summer

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!

The Wild Wild West is Back!

Saddle up for some riding at Squaw Valley!

“Sit tall in the saddle
hold your head up high
keep your eyes fixed
where the trail meets the sky…” 
 
July 21 and 22 | 12pm-4pm

Giddy up, it’s time to bring the wild, wild West back into the Sierra!  Throw on your best pair of cowboy boot, and saddle up for a rustlin’ afternoon at High Camp!  This event is a mountain top Western-style celebration for the whole family!

You’ll enjoy events ranging from pony rides to a petting zoo and even live music by Forget the Roses.

Free entrance to Wild Wild West Weekend with the cost of an Arial Tram Ticket. 12pm to 4pm, High Camp, Squaw Valley.


Summer 2012 Lodging Promotion: Save Up to 30%!

Explore summer at the top of Squaw!

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 includeJune 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 .


40th Annual Lake Tahoe Concours d’Elegance

This event is a key part of Lake Tahoe maritime preservation and education, and also your chance to view over 80 classic boats on display, in running for top prize. In addition to boat viewing, your 1-day or 2-day ticket access to the Lake Tahoe Concours d’Elegance offers the opportunity for live music, food and beverage purchase, full-color souvenir and vendor booths worth browsing!

The Skinny:

August 10 and 11: 10am to 4:30pm

Awards ceremony at 6pm on Friday

Tickets $25/advance, $30/door, $35/two day advance, $40/two day door


Lakeside Lobster Dinner

July 6 | 6pm-8pm

Dine on a delectable lobster dinner overlooking Lake Tahoe at the Kings Beach Event Center Terrace, to benefit The Rotary Club of Tahoe City. With the stunning view of Lake Tahoe, in rain or shine (inside lake view seating available for inclement weather), enjoy the seafood feast. There are also raffle prizes as well, so you could win big!

Tickets are limited and must be purchased by June 29, so this is the last day to reserve your seat (and lobster)!

No host bar opens at 5:30pm; dinner served 6pm to 8pm, $65/person.

Are you a lobster fan?


Wanderlust California 2012

Wanderlust California is back at Squaw Valley for another year of non-stop action; a huge festival that artfully brings together the world’s leading yoga teachers, top musical acts and DJs, notable speakers, renowned chefs, and winemakers for a 4-day event like no other!

Take several days of yoga classes from the best in the industry. Attend a Speakeasy lecture where experts in wellness discuss meditation, nutrition, technology, music, organics, spirituality, yoga, and more. Enjoy a morning meditation hike at the top of Squaw. Watch Ziggy Marley live on the main stage. Sip tea at an outdoor co-op or attend a prix fixe farm-to-table dinner with The Naked Grape.

Tickets are $475/Sage four-day, $395/Seeker three-day, $108/Thursday, $160/Friday or Saturday, $99/Sunday, $24.50/Thursday music only, $29.50/Friday music only, $34.50/Saturday music only, $20/Sunday music only.

Overwhelmed with excitement? We thought so! Check out Wanderlust Festival’s website to learn more!


North Lake Tahoe Golf Course Openings

It’s that time of year when we tuck away our skis and boards, and pull out our sticks! Due to the unseasonably lower precipitation this year golf courses are open a bit earlier, not to mention the winter golfing that went on well in January.

Make your tee times, and get out there! And remember, there are tons of twilight deals, so be sure to check first with each course to save!

Old Brockway: Open

Ponderosa: Open

Tahoe City: Open (As of April 25, 2012)

Old Greenwood: May 9, 2012

Incline Mountain Golf Course: May 11, 2012

Incline Championship Golf Course: May 15, 2012

Northstar: May 18, 2012

Coyote Moon: May 25, 2012

Tahoe Donner: May 25, 2012

Resort at Squaw Creek: Memorial Day Weekend

*Openings are subject to change, and weather permitting.


Ace Ball: Reno/Tahoe’s Minor League Team

Summer and baseball. They go together like peanut butter and jelly, like cold milk and a warm chocolate chip cookie — need we say more?  In 2009, residents and visitors alike were pleased to welcome the Triple-A Reno Aces to their 9100-capacity venue, Aces Ballpark. Since then, Sierra Nevada lovers have enjoyed hot summer nights, classic hot dogs, beer and popcorn with the Aces!

We know why you flock to Lake Tahoe in the summer. But for the families looking to switch things up, with the age-old tradition of ballpark fun, the Reno Aces won’t disappoint.

Check the Reno Aces schedule for game times! Or purchase single-game tickets for any of the 72 home games from April to Labor Day!


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