Lake Tahoe Articles

Hike to 10 Must-See Lake Tahoe Waterfalls

By Tahoe Staff
The Lake Tahoe region is certainly famous for its large body of aquamarine lake, but in spring and summer many impressive Lake Tahoe waterfalls are flowing at their peak. Grouped mainly on the western side of the Tahoe basin, here are several Lake Tahoe waterfalls to top your Must-See list. Lake Tahoe Waterfall:... Read More

Lake Tahoe's 4th of July Celebrations!

By Tahoe Staff
Why Lake Tahoe This 4th of July? Why do so many people flock to Lake Tahoe on the 4th of July? Could it be the sandy beaches, food and drink specials, community events and fireworks shows? We think so. What sounds better than spending the 4th of July with friends on a nice sandy beach, mingling with the crowds til... Read More

10 Great Lake Tahoe Hikes for Kids

By Tahoe Staff
Planning a Lake Tahoe hike with children can be a challenge. But watching the kids scamper across a wildflower meadow and enjoying the great outdoors is worth the effort. Check out these Lake Tahoe kid-friendly hikes to take the guess work out of the planning.TruckeeGlenshire Lake TrailA quick 6-mile drive from... Read More

The Skinny on Lake Tahoe’s Nude Beaches

By Tahoe Staff
Tired of swimming in trunks? Left your bikini at the hotel? Or do you just really prefer to sunbathe au naturale? Here’s the scoop to the best Lake Tahoe nude beaches.The first cluster is on the East Shore, about 6 miles north of Highway 50 on Highway 28 where you’ll see a parking lot on the lake side. Park there, and... Read More

Lake Tahoe Winter Driving Tips: Chain Requirements

By Tahoe Staff
Snow chains are a smart investment. You do not want to be caught on the side of the road during a big snow storm without them. Even with a four-wheel-drive, it’s nice to have tire chains for those extra icy conditions. Be aware that chain requirements change as snow conditions change.   Lake Tahoe Chain Requirements... Read More