Hello, Lake Tahoe Enthusiast!

Lake Tahoe’s transition from cold winter days to long summer nights is something everyone should experience for themselves. Take a trip and unwind along Lake Tahoe’s south shore. Want to be featured next month? Use the hashtag #VisitLakeTahoe for a chance to be highlighted.

10. So many things to do here!

9. The view never gets old

8. Frisbee at the dog friendly Kiva Beach

7. Couple goals!

6. Calm before the storm

5. March snowfall did not disappoint!

4. Postcard from Lake Tahoe

3. Let’s leave less

2. World Water Day

1. Spring has sprung!


No matter what route you take on your next Lake Tahoe expedition, please be sure to positively impact the local environment and wildlife along the way. As a city in the middle of a forest, South Lake Tahoe and its guests have a responsibility to keep wildlife wild by never feeding them and properly disposing of garbage in bear-resistant containers. 

Ready to be a next-level visitor? Picking up even a few pieces of discarded trash can go a long way towards “Keeping Tahoe Blue”. Click here to learn more.
Click here to learn more about the wildlife that calls Lake Tahoe home and how you can help keep them wild.

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