South Lake Tahoe Shopping

Can you hear those happy sounds coming from your wallet? South Lake Tahoe shopping adds to all the great fun to be had in this town at the south end of the lake.

You women — and, yes, you do make up the majority of the athletes in this sport of shopping — can clothe your inner cowgirl, step into the trendiest dress ever, try out new perfumes, adorn yourself with new jewelry or cozy up to some alpaca footies. Multi-sport athletes (you know, those who shop, ski and SUP) can choose from so many options of South Lake Tahoe stores that are great for buying new winter equipment and clothes or summer bikinis and sunscreen for themselves or others. 

Other opportunities for South Lake Tahoe shopping exist in the form of kid-centered stores, places to buy chocolate or distilled liquor or cigars, used books and records and a business that sells products for daring and playful adults. Hmmm, somehow all those things seem to group together pretty well ... oh, wait, except for the kid stores. South Lake Tahoe shoppers must really love their animals too, because there are several stores that speak dog and cat very well. 

South Lake Tahoe Shopping: Fun to Fine

On the finer side, shops in South Lake Tahoe are well represented with art galleries including several local photography studios that will blow you away. And, on a realm that resonates with great energy, you’ll find places to buy yoga clothes, meditation supplies, lotions and massage oils and spiritual books. And, shoot, if all you want is a hammer, some deodorant, to have your toenails painted or to purchase new tires, there’s a South Lake Tahoe shop for that too.

South Lake Tahoe Shopping by Category and Location

What a Girl Wants

1001 Heavenly Village Way #38, South Lake Tahoe, CA
(530) 541-3368

You can’t swing a cat in the eastern side of South Lake Tahoe without hitting a boutique. But there is one in the Heavenly Village that really stands out. What a Girl Wants is a specialty shop for women, carrying sleepwear, lingerie, swimwear and what they call après-ski and slopeside clothing. They also offer boots, shoes, lotions, candles and more, and they are very friendly,... read more

You can’t swing a cat in the eastern side of South Lake Tahoe without hitting... read more