Tahoe City has always been a destination for adventurers with big plans, stretching back to the 1870s when miners heading to the Comstock Lode stopped in here. These days you don’t need a pick and a shovel to find what you’re looking for, but do bring your skis or snowboard in the winter, swimming suit and bike in the summer and a camera any time of the year.
Commons Beach hosts concerts on Sundays in the summer, shows movies at the beach on Wednesdays and has great views of Lake Tahoe all the time.
The paved trail system along the lake is a treat to walk, jog or bike. The Farmer’s Market is definitely worth a visit, but if you plan on dining out you’ll have plenty of options from Tahoe City eateries. Then take a stroll down the boardwalk.
Playing on the water comes naturally in Tahoe City with the beach, Tahoe City Marina, sailing charters, fishing guide services and river rafting.
Playing on frozen water is just as important in Tahoe City, with plenty of skiing and snowboarding nearby at Squaw Valley, Alpine Meadows and Granlibakken resorts.
Warm weather activities include back country hiking, mountain biking and getting on Lake Tahoe in all manner of watercraft. History buffs will find appreciate the historic sites and everyone will enjoy the current sights at Tahoe City.
Find out more about the heart and soul of Lake Tahoe at visittahoecity.org, and find your Tahoe City headquarters with a Goldfish Properties vacation rental.