Sunnyside Restaurant and Lodge has been a landmark on Lake Tahoe since the 1950’s because they’re the ultimate lakefront place to eat or stay. They are located right on the shores of Lake Tahoe’s west side. This summer marks their 35th anniversary. As a young girl, my aunt owned a cabin at North Shore […]
When I was a young girl my aunt had a cabin in Alpine Meadows and I have fond memories of floating down the Truckee River in inner tubes. My mom and aunt would wait for us on the outside deck of the River Ranch Lodge. I was very happy to have a chance to return […]
Just off Tahoe Blvd, one block from the Heavenly Village shops and gondola, which is arguably the hub of town, is 968 Park Hotel, a very unassuming property that you would most likely drive right by if you weren’t looking for it.
The allure of beautiful Lake Tahoe, the music of Chicago and an opportunity to feel young again called to me like the Pied Piper, and so I planned a spur-of-the-moment summer getaway for me and my guy.
While Lake Tahoe has changed a bit from the days when I spent my 13th birthday there, the unspoiled beauty and endless array of fun and romantic activities still enchant us a generation later. Over thirty years have passed and I still can’t think of a better place to spend a birthday.
Camp Richardson, a historic all inclusive resort in Lake Tahoe has been the scene of memories and out door fun and adventure for decades.
Roadtrips for Couples Ideas for Exploring the Golden State
Lake Tahoe is one of those places where you can be perfectly content to do nothing, or play so hard muscles you didn’t know your muscles could scream.
For a couple that is not interested in water sports, skiing, or casinos, South Lake Tahoe really does have some wonderful experiences to behold.
What could be more romantic for a vacationing couple than a serene kayak trip on Lake Tahoe, paddling from lodge to lodge? The Tahoe Adventure Company is offering multi-day Lodge to Lodge Kayak Get-Away packages on the West, North and East shores of Lake Tahoe along the scenic Lake Tahoe Water Trail, this Autumn.
Originally a stage stop from the 1800’s, Rainbow Lodge is a romantic Sierra hideaway where couples can savor a spectacular weekend brunch or respite in a majestic snowy wonderland between Sacramento and Reno.
If breathtaking scenery, less-crowded attractions and activities, and serene mountain views are just your thing, then look no further. The Zephyr Cove area of Lake Tahoe provides the perfect day trip and a golfer’s, horse lover’s, mountain biker’s, or nature lover’s paradise.