Tahoe City Summer Activities

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All Fired Up! Creative Studio & Gift Shop

475 North Lake Boulevard
Tahoe City, CA
(530) 584-2828
Tahoe City Summer Activity

If you are looking for a place to express your creative side, All Fired Up! Creative Studio & Gift Shop can help. A sanctuary for creation in the form of pottery painting, candle making, mosaics, succulent gardens and canvas painting, All Fired Up! offers the space to let your imagination shine. All ages and artistic abilities are invited to play. Come alone or in a group.... read more

If you are looking for a place to express your creative side, All Fired Up! Creative... read more

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Around Tahoe Tours

889 Tahoe Boulevard
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 when he moved to the area in 1977. 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

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D.L. Bliss State Park

CA Highway 89
South Lake Tahoe, CA
(530) 525-7277
West Shore Summer Activity

DL Bliss State Park is a culmination of absolute Tahoe beauty in the form of stunning turquoise water, old-growth forests and giant cartoon-like granite boulders that balance themselves like toys in amazing ways. There are multiple hiking trails that lead from the park, giving plenty of opportunity to enjoy the splendor that outdoor Tahoe has to offer, and you'll find several good dive spots here... read more

DL Bliss State Park is a culmination of absolute Tahoe beauty in the form of... read more

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Ed Z'Berg Sugar Pine Point State Park

CA State Park Road
Tahoma, CA
(530) 525-7982
West Shore Summer Activity

Ed Z'Berg Sugar Pine Point State Park is your best bet for winter camping. Also open with a larger selection of sites in the summer, the park is positioned to take advantage of both the beautiful natural setting of Lake Tahoe and the historic aspects. Within the park is access to the Hellman-Ehrmann Mansion that was built in 1905. The property is still exquisitely maintained... read more

Ed Z'Berg Sugar Pine Point State Park is your best bet for winter camping. Also... read more

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Emerald Bay State Park

11001 CA Highway 89
South Lake Tahoe, CA
(530) 541-3030
West Shore Summer Activity

If visiting Lake Tahoe in the summer, a great place to camp is Emerald Bay State Park. The park includes two campgrounds: the Boat-In Camp (accessible by boat and foot only) and Eagle Point Campground. Within the park are various treasures including Tahoe's hidden castle, Vikingsholm, the scenic Rubicon foot trail that connects Eagle Point Campground with Vikingsholm and DL Bliss State Park. The park... read more

If visiting Lake Tahoe in the summer, a great place to camp is Emerald Bay... read more

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Granlibakken Tahoe

725 Granlibakken Road
Tahoe City, CA
(877) 552-6301
West Shore Summer Activity

Granlibakken Tahoe is tucked away in the forested hills framing Lake Tahoe. Located just a few minutes from Tahoe City, Granlibakken is a resort center that invokes the meaning of quaint hospitality while at the same time offering a plethora of options to create the perfect vacation. From a fine dining restaurant that serves culinary art to a conference center that holds annual events such... read more

Granlibakken Tahoe is tucked away in the forested hills framing Lake Tahoe. Located just a... read more

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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

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Mile High Fishing Charters

2438 Venice Drive East
South Lake Tahoe, CA
(530) 541-5312

With such an impressive body of water as Lake Tahoe, it is understandable that there would be world-class fishing within its azure water. If you're ready to catch the biggest fish possible then your best bet is organizing a fishing excursion with Mile High Fishing Charters. It's a local company that only hires those who know the secret fishing spots to Lake Tahoe, and you... read more

With such an impressive body of water as Lake Tahoe, it is understandable that there... read more

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Obexer's Boat Company & Obexer's Water Sports

5300 West Lake Boulevard
Homewood, CA
(530) 525-7962
Tahoe City Summer Activity

Obexer's is a quick way to get out on the water of Lake Tahoe through their rental of full-powered personal Jet skis, the Ski-Doo GTS 300 and water ski, wakeboard, wake surf and wake skate lessons. Jet ski rentals come with all the equipment needed such as life preservers. You must be 18 to rent a Jet ski. Their lessons aren't limited to the beginner.... read more

Obexer's is a quick way to get out on the water of Lake Tahoe through... read more

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Olympic Bike Shop

620 North Lake Boulevard
Tahoe City, CA
(530) 581-2500
Tahoe City Summer Activity

Olympic Bike Shop is your best bet for the biggest selection of bike rentals and cycling gear whether it be for dirt or road. Olympic Bike Shop opened its doors in 1973 and still continues today because of the owner's and employees' love for cycling in the Lake Tahoe area. With their knowledge about the area's trails and road rides, the entire crew is an... read more

Olympic Bike Shop is your best bet for the biggest selection of bike rentals and... read more

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Sierra State Parks Foundation

P.O. Box 28
Tahoe City, CA
(530) 583-9911
Tahoe City Summer Activity

If you enjoy the serenity and fun that the state parks provide in the Lake Tahoe area, then you must thank Sierra State Parks Foundation. Founded in 1973, the foundation is a nonprofit supporting seven different parks around the basin: D.L. Bliss State Park, Donner Memorial State Park, Emerald Bay State Park, Kings Beach State Recreation Area, Sugar Pine Point State Park, Tahoe State Recreation... read more

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Tahoe Art Haus & Cinema

475 North Lake Boulevard
Tahoe City, CA
(530) 584-2431
Tahoe City Summer Activity

Tahoe Art Haus & Cinema is not a regular movie theater. Recently renovated with overstuffed leather rocking chairs and comfy couches in the theater and a full bar with seven beers and cider on tap in the entry area, Tahoe Art Haus takes going to a movie to a whole new level of fun. The Art Haus hosts independent films, ski flicks, locally created masterpieces, motion... read more

Tahoe Art Haus & Cinema is not a regular movie theater. Recently renovated with overstuffed... read more

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Tahoe City Golf Course

251 North Lake Boulevard
Tahoe City, CA
(530) 583-1516
Tahoe City Summer Activity

Tahoe City Golf Course is a 9-hole course (with a par of 33) that has character and stellar views of Lake Tahoe. The history of the course began back in 1917 when England's famous golfer May "Queenie" Dunn was commissioned to create a course on the then-famous Tahoe Tavern resort property. As one of the first courses in the United States to be designed by... read more

Tahoe City Golf Course is a 9-hole course (with a par of 33) that has... read more

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Tahoe City Kayak

521 North Lake Boulevard
Tahoe City, CA
(530) 581-4336
Tahoe City Summer Activity

Through their two locations in Sand Harbor and Tahoe City, Tahoe City Kayak offers everything you could need if you desire to go kayaking or standup paddleboarding in Lake Tahoe. Ready to outfit you from head to toe with new gear or rentals, Tahoe City Kayak prides itself on being the trusted North Tahoe source on all things kayak (in a single or double rendition)... read more

Through their two locations in Sand Harbor and Tahoe City, Tahoe City Kayak offers everything... read more

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Tahoe City Kayak

2005 Highway 28
Incline Village, NV
(530) 581-4336
Tahoe City Summer Activity

Through their two locations in Sand Harbor and Tahoe City, Tahoe City Kayak offers everything you could need if you desire to go kayaking or standup paddleboarding in Lake Tahoe. Ready to outfit you from head to toe with new gear or rentals, Tahoe City Kayak prides itself on being the trusted North Tahoe source on all things kayak (in a single or double rendition)... read more

Through their two locations in Sand Harbor and Tahoe City, Tahoe City Kayak offers everything... read more

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Tahoe City Marina

700 North Lake Boulevard
Tahoe City, CA
(530) 583-1039
Tahoe City Summer Activity

Tahoe City Marina is a collection of stores and the longest-standing marina on Lake Tahoe. Beginning its days in the 1940s, the marina is not only a historical aspect to Tahoe City, but also one of the largest marinas on the lake. The marina itself assists with all boat needs as well as mooring and boat slips. They also sell gas and diesel for boats... read more

Tahoe City Marina is a collection of stores and the longest-standing marina on Lake Tahoe.... read more

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Tahoe Cross Country Ski Area

925 Country Club Drive
Tahoe City, CA
(530) 583-5475
Tahoe City Summer Activity

Tahoe Cross Country Ski Area is a large, groomed cross-country ski zone that offers both traditional and skate ski options. Situated on Dollar Hill, just outside of Tahoe City, the location is excellent for getting views of the lake while enjoying the wilderness. There is a small ski school and youth ski program to help get the entire family outside. The area also has dog... read more

Tahoe Cross Country Ski Area is a large, groomed cross-country ski zone that offers both... read more

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Tahoe Dance School

2810 Lake Forest Road
Tahoe City, CA
(530) 583-3367
Tahoe City Summer Activity

One of the greatest ways to engage in health and wellness is through dance. Tahoe Dance School is an excellent opportunity to connect with your rhythmic side, whether you are a professional dancer or one who dances purely for enjoyment. Under the direction of Dee Dee Terzian for more than 20 years, Tahoe Dance School is a community favorite for learning classical ballet, jazz, hip... read more

One of the greatest ways to engage in health and wellness is through dance. Tahoe... read more

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Tahoe Gal

952 N. Lake Boulevard
Tahoe City, CA
(800) 218-2464
Tahoe City Summer Activity

The Tahoe Gal is a North Shore cruise boat that's so fun and versatile. Offering a diverse and full menu of tours, the Tahoe Gal gives the whole family a chance to see the jewel of the Sierra from the bow of a paddleboat. Tours range from a day tour to a sunset excursion, from a full moon or magician cruise to a cruise that... read more

The Tahoe Gal is a North Shore cruise boat that's so fun and versatile. Offering... read more

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Tahoe Sailing Charters

700 North Lake Boulevard
Tahoe City, CA
(530) 553-8500
Tahoe City Summer Activity

Tahoe Sailing Charters is an excellent way to see the beauty of Lake Tahoe powered by Mother Nature. Non-motorized yacht sailing cruises give a serene yet exciting approach to exploring Lake Tahoe. Tahoe Sailing Charters brings the water tours to the next level by providing cocktails and non-alcohol drinks on the cruise. For those looking for a more private experience, Tahoe Sailing Charters offers a... read more

Tahoe Sailing Charters is an excellent way to see the beauty of Lake Tahoe powered... read more

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Thunderbird Lake Tahoe

5000 NV Highway 28
Incline Village, NV
(775) 832-8750

George Whittell Jr., heir to one of San Francisco’s largest fortunes, pulled his $50 million (roughly $50 billion in current dollars) out of the stock market just weeks before the crash of 1929. He needed to do something with all that money and started buying up land on Lake Tahoe’s eastern shore, eventually owning almost the entire Nevada shoreline. In 1936 construction began on his... read more

George Whittell Jr., heir to one of San Francisco’s largest fortunes, pulled his $50 million... read more