Incline Village Things To Do

Like every other town in the Lake Tahoe area, Incline Village things to do are the most abundant under the wide mountain sky. The area accesses two popular ski areas, Diamond Peak and Mt. Rose, both of which are known for being excellent options for families or groups with skiers of varying abilities. That said, Mt. Rose boasts the longest vertical in North America, so the almost-Olympic-level athlete can get their ski on too with this Incline Village activity. Other open-sky Incline Village things to do involve pedal power, whether that’s mountain biking, road cycling or cruising the lake on pedal boats. Or, you can just head to one of the beaches, spread a blanket and relax by the crystal clear lake water.

There are several Incline Village things to do that stand out for the fact that every Tahoe town doesn’t offer them. Two good golf courses are here, there’s a tennis center, a bowling alley, a skateboard park and a movie theater. But, the standout Incline Village activity would have to be the IVGID Recreation Center, a 37,000-square-foot center for everything healthy — fitness classes, basketball courts, lap swimming, racquetball, yoga and strength training. Add to that massage therapy, personal training and nutritional counseling and, for Pete’s sake, there’s just no reason to not go for your best self!

Incline Village Things To Do Are Famous

But, being the cool town that it is, Incline Village things to do also include a nationally respected Shakespeare Festival, a community-wide Independence Day celebration, a festival to honor Ullr, the Norse god of snow, tours of historic homes and more.

Then if we hop over to Crystal Bay, you can have a truly duel experience: Spend part of your day in the casinos tempting Lady Luck, then head on out to the bright beaches and boulders of Crystal Bay . . . two totally different worlds sharing the same space!

Things To Do by Category

Around Tahoe Tours

889 Tahoe Blvd., Incline Village, NV
(775) 345-5966

Around Tahoe Tours is your best bet for getting a true feel and knowledge of the local area. Created by Darin Talbot, the tour agency is a culmination of his knowledge that began in 1977 when he moved to the area. With his fun attitude and amusing ways of sharing the tales of Tahoe, the musician and storyteller is able to create an entertaining and... read more

Around Tahoe Tours is your best bet for getting a true feel and knowledge of... read more

Big Blue Adventure

P.O. Box 2720, Kings Beach, CA
(530) 546-1019

For more than a dozen years, Big Blue Adventure has hosted a variety of sporting events around Lake Tahoe and Truckee. When summer arrives, Big Blue Adventure’s events start rolling, so they are perfect for those visiting the area and who want to try out their competitiveness. That said, Big Blue Adventure races are great for people who just want to get out and move... read more

For more than a dozen years, Big Blue Adventure has hosted a variety of sporting... read more

Bike Tahoe

P. O. Box 673, Zephyr Cove, NV
(775) 586-9566

If you love cycling — whether leisure riding, mountain biking or road — then checking out the Bike Tahoe is in your absolute best interest. A fabulous interactive bike guide organization, going through Bike Tahoe is one of the best ways to enjoy Tahoe on two wheels. With their collection of all the biking routes in the Lake Tahoe Basin presented in an easy-to-use manner,... read more

If you love cycling — whether leisure riding, mountain biking or road — then checking... read more

Bowl Incline

920 Southwood Boulevard, Incline Village, NV
(775) 831-1900

Bowl Incline is your one-stop destination for family fun and recreation. The bowling alley sports 16 natural wood lanes with automatic scoring. For kids they’ve got bumpers and lightweight balls. It’s a great place to host a birthday or other party, and lessons are available. Their billiard room contains six tournament-size tables rented by the hour. If it’s snowing outside and you’re dying to golf,... read more

Bowl Incline is your one-stop destination for family fun and recreation. The bowling alley sports... read more

Championship Course

955 Fairway Boulevard, Incline Village, NV
(775) 832-1146

The Championship Course in Incline Village is a par 72 course of 7100 yards that flows down a gentle slope toward the lake, providing majestic views. The front nine are cut out of some thick forest with tight fairways requiring accuracy and distance. The back nine are a little more open and forgiving. You can work on your short game at the chipping green —... read more

The Championship Course in Incline Village is a par 72 course of 7100 yards that... read more

Diamond Peak Ski Resort

1210 Ski Way, Incline Village, NV
(775) 832-1177

Diamond Peak opened in November of 1966 at the forefront of snow technology, being the first resort in the West to have a snow-making system. It is known for being affordable, family-friendly, uncrowded and — most of all — for its breathtaking views of Lake Tahoe. With 655 acres of usable terrain, including open glade, bowl and tree runs, it’s got a good mix of... read more

Diamond Peak opened in November of 1966 at the forefront of snow technology, being the... read more

Grand Lodge Casino at the Hyatt

Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe Resort, Spa and Casino
111 Country Club Drive, Incline Village, NV
(800) 327-3910

Grand Lodge Casino is located inside the Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe in Incline Village. The casino boasts 20,000 square feet of gaming floor with more than 100 video poker machines ranging from 1 cent to $25. There are an additional 260 slot machines on the floor and check out the promotions calendar to get in on the events and tournaments that take place throughout the... read more

Grand Lodge Casino is located inside the Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe in Incline Village. The... read more

Hang Gliding Tahoe

2640 E. College Parkway, Carson City, NV
(775) 772-8232

You love Lake Tahoe, and you feel as if you’ve seen all the sights it has to offer. But as the old saying goes, you ain’t seen nothing yet ... not until you’ve seen it from the air, piloting your own aircraft over the Carson Range and into the Tahoe Basin. With Hang Gliding Tahoe, you fly a powered hang glider with an instructor along... read more

You love Lake Tahoe, and you feel as if you’ve seen all the sights it... read more

IVGID Recreation Center

980 Incline Way, Incline Village, NV
(775) 832-1300

The 37,000-square-foot IVGID Recreation Center has fitness classes and activities for people of all ages, from babies to seniors. You can drop in for the day or get a membership by the week, month or annually for yourself or your family. If you want to work out, you’ll find a cardiovascular room and strength area decked out with the latest equipment. The 25-yard, indoor pool... read more

The 37,000-square-foot IVGID Recreation Center has fitness classes and activities for people of all ages,... read more

Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival

Sand Harbor
2005 Nevada State Highway 28, Incline Village, NV
(775) 832-1616

Begun in 1972 at Sugar Pine Point on the west shore, Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival moved to Sand Harbor in 1976 and has remained a standard there ever since. It ranks as one of the top Shakespeare Festivals in the country — not just for the quality of the performances but for the entirety of the experience, from the gourmet food to the environment of... read more

Begun in 1972 at Sugar Pine Point on the west shore, Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival... read more

Matt Heron Fly Fishing

Resort at Squaw Creek
400 Squaw Creek Road, Olympic Valley, CA
(518) 225-6587

Based out of the Resort at Squaw Creek, Matt Heron Fly Fishing is a great summer day excursion for those ready to try their hand at flipping the wrist and casting a line. Heron, a guide with more than 26 years of experience and a Federation of Fly Fishers Certified Casting Instructor, is the only fly fishing instructor in Squaw Valley. He offers a variety... read more

Based out of the Resort at Squaw Creek, Matt Heron Fly Fishing is a great... read more

Mountain Course

690 Wilson Way, Incline Village, NV
(775) 832-1150

The Mountain Golf Course in Incline Village is set in a rolling hillside – with an elevation change of about a hundred feet – that reminds you why this town is named Incline. The Robert Trent Jones Sr.-designed course winds its way through a forest of old-growth pines and cedars with a couple of creeks running through. Usually open May through October, the 18-hole, par... read more

The Mountain Golf Course in Incline Village is set in a rolling hillside – with... read more