Best Vacation Home Deals in Fallen Leaf
Compare and find the perfect rental for as little as $130 per night by exploring the 51 properties featured in Fallen Leaf. By directly analyzing these vacation rentals, HomeToGo features the most economical offers as well as the highest rated vacation homes in Fallen Leaf.
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The Weather in Fallen Leaf
This is the climate diagram in Fallen Leaf. On average, the warmest month is July. January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 19°. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is August.
Discover peace and tranquility at a Fallen Leaf vacation home
Lakeside houses and cabins in the forest provide a luxurious and relaxing way to enjoy a vacation in Fallen Leaf. Discover this secluded part of California and wind down in style.
Water sports with children in Fallen Leaf
Cabin rentals in Fallen Leaf give you the opportunity to enjoy a broad range of exciting water sports with your children. Boating, waterskiing, and windsurfing are popular activities, and Fallen Leaf Marina provides boat rentals.
Swimming and sunbathing are also possible on the small and secluded beach, and motor boating and tubing are sure to provide plenty of excitement for the children. Just step out of your vacation cabin and hit the lake.
Out and about in Fallen Leaf and the surrounding area
The natural beauty of Fallen Leaf is clear to see, and the forest of pine, cedar, and fir provides the perfect habitat for raccoons, chipmunks, squirrels, and many birds. Wildflower meadows can also be found throughout the area.
The lake is great for fishing, and the year-round availability of the trout attracts black bears to the area, which are quite the sight. Beware the bears!
Festivals and more around Fallen Leaf
While the peace and tranquility of Fallen Leaf are relatively undisturbed, nearby Lake Tahoe offers many events throughout the year. The annual Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival at Sand Harbor State Park is a great way to get a culture fix when on vacation. There are a kitchen and bar at the event as well, so you can make a full evening of it.
If you prefer to get moving, the Lake Tahoe Marathon gives you the chance to keep fit and explore the area at the same time. Run, swim, kayak, or paddle at this fall event.
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