There are many private homes that double as Squaw Valley vacation rentals. Whether you’re staying for a week or a season, Squaw Valley has a huge selection of them — choosing which one perfectly fits your needs could take a while! Factors will be size, amenities and location. Some of Squaw Valley’s lodgings are slope side, making it quick and super easy to be swooshing down the white stuff.
Upscale is a frequent word used to describe Squaw Valley vacation rentals. Amenity-packed is another. Would you expect less from the place that entertained the world’s elite athletes during the 1960 Winter Olympics? Ski-in/ski-out is the number one feature many skiers and boarders appreciate in their quest of fresh powder during a Lake Tahoe winter. Après the activities, it’s nice to be able to soak in your Squaw Valley lodging’s private hot tub with family and friends (those folks you’re splitting the cost of your vacation rental with, and, who knows, maybe with that cute snow boarder too!). Beyond the slopes fully equipped kitchens are another high priority, followed by home gyms, swimming pools and covered parking. Booking a corporate retreat or family reunion.
Beyond Squaw Valley Vacation Rentals
Including Alpine Meadows Vacation Rentals
Alpine Meadow vacation rentals homes are typically rustic, with homes found tucked into mountains facing stunning vistas. Less than 6 miles from Lake Tahoe, a vacation rental in Alpine Meadows is close to the Five Lakes Trailhead for summer hiking. The Truckee River’s rafting and bike trails are also enjoyed by Alpine Meadow vacationers.
Check with the rental agent before bringing any pets. See the details on the Squaw Valley vacation rental companies below for more about renting a home, and see Squaw Valley or Alpine Meadows Real Estate if you’re interested in buying instead of renting.
Check out Squaw Valley Places to Stay for information on the area’s hotels and inns.