Best Vacation Home Deals in Lake Tahoe
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Price and Availability Index Lake Tahoe
Vacation Rental Price Information in Lake Tahoe
This graph displays the average prices for the next twelve months in Lake Tahoe. It is during a week of December (12/22 - 12/29) that you will find the highest prices for the next 12 months. Prices decrease in a week of October (10/13 - 10/20), where average prices are $275.
Rental Availability Information in Lake Tahoe
This graph shows the vacation rental availability rate for the next twelve months. The week with the highest booking rate in the next 12 months is in August (8/18 - 8/25), where 43% of the vacation rentals are booked. The week with the most available rentals is in October (10/27 - 11/3), with 86% of the vacation rentals available.
The Best Vacations with Lake Tahoe Cabin Rentals
Welcome to North America’s largest Alpine lake! Lake Tahoe is a destination you will enjoy all year round. Come in winter for ski vacations in; visit during summer if you enjoy water sports. It is world famous for its stunning blue surface and the backdrop of snow-capped mountains. Nestled between Nevada and California, its diverse sides give it a sort of dual personality. Whether you come alone or with family and a group of friends, you can have fun hiking, swimming, fishing, and discovering Lake Tahoe’s beauty.
Lake Tahoe cabin rentals make it easy for you to relax and enjoy yourself. You can easily go sight-seeing or even camp on the on-site grounds available. If you want to see more of the lake by boating, you’ll have a comfortable home to return to in the evening. There is a lot of entertainment around the area, so you won’t lack for things to do. Here are some ideas and tips to remember when vacationing in Lake Tahoe.
Getting around Lake Tahoe
From San Francisco, it is about a four-hour drive to Lake Tahoe. Better to come during the weekend if you want to avoid traffic. The best route from here is the Interstate 80. It will take you through the Sierra Nevada mountains, and from there, you can take Highway 89 to reach the lake’s north shores.
What to see in Lake Tahoe
Booking a Lake Tahoe cabin rental is a cost-efficient way to spend your vacation, When here, don’t miss out on seeing the Heavenly Mountain Resort, where you can go rock climbing and zip lining in the summer, then skiing and snowboarding in the winter, all while enjoying magnificent views of Lake Tahoe and the Sierra Nevadas. Also, check out Zephyr Cove on the south shore, where you can rent jet skis and speed boats, and then enjoy a romantic sunset dinner cruise as the sun sets in the evening. Because Lake Tahoe is a year round vacation destination, you can book a Lake Tahoe cabin rental at any time of the year to enjoy all of the perks of this mountain getaway.
Activities with children near Lake Tahoe vacation homes
Visit the Squaw Valley Adventure with the whole family, to have a fun-filled, sporty day. There are various adventure activities on offer, including zip lining, ropes courses, the skyjump bungee trampoline, climbing wall, and a mini golf course that kids will love. The Tahoe Treetop Adventure Park is California State’s first Aerial Treetop Adventure Park, which provides kids with an exhilarating, interactive adventure in nature. The kids will learn how to navigate through wildlife and nature with just a compass, learn survival tips, and most of all, have lots of fun. The trees are linked with simple, safe platforms, where you can attach to a zip line or cross with bridges to get around.
Lake Tahoe cabin rentals are the smart choice for a varied vacation for the whole family. Everyone will have adequate space to enjoy and enough leisure time to make your vacation count. Check out Lake Tahoe cabin rental options for various sizes, group preferences, and availability for your preferred vacation dates.
Nightlife fun in Lake Tahoe
Besides eating, drinking, or relaxing by the campfire’s glow, Lake Tahoe is known as an adult playground for its wealth of nightlife. From casinos and dance clubs to karaoke bars, theme pubs and more, Tahoe nightlife has something for everyone. From your Lake Tahoe cabin rental, it’s easy to enjoy an evening of entertainment.
Adventures to try near Lake Tahoe vacation rentals
From hiking to mountain biking, trekking, and even skiing—this is one place that has it all. Golf courses are within reach of your vacation home; shopping and gastronomy should also be on your itinerary. You can take the kids on an adventure through the Sierra Mountains, or ski down the snowy peaks of Squaw Valley. It’s possible to kayak around the lake for a closer view, but bring adequate jackets in case it gets chilly. Of course, swimming is easy and free. If you’re feeling lucky on your Lake Tahoe vacation, why not try a round at the glitzy Harrah’s Casino?
Mountains and castles in Lake Tahoe
This mountain resort situated 7000ft above sea-level is one of a kind, with perfect skiing and snowboarding conditions with views over a dark blue alpine lake.
Enjoy Californian cuisine or Japanese sushi in the village after a day on the slopes. And if you still have some energy, head to the ice-rink for an evening skate.
Donner Memorial State Park and Emigrant Trail Museum
Learn about native Americans, colonial immigrants and pioneer cannibalism in the museum and on the hiking trails of this State Park.
Vikingsholm is a stunning 38-room Scandinavian castle that is known as the castle of Lake Tahoe.
The Gondola at Heavenly
Go on a 2.4mi. ride on Heavenly Mountain in a gondola with views over Lake Tahoe.
Emerald Bay State Park
This National Natural Landmark established in 1953, covers 1500 acres of spectacular natural beauty with two hiking trails, campgrounds, and Lake Tahoe’s only island - Fannette.
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