• Ed Zberg Sugar Pine Point State Park

    Visitors love to hike, swim, and fish here in the summer, but this park is also popular in winter, when a small... Read More
  • Incline Village

    Incline Village dates to the early 1960s when an Oklahoma developer bought 10,000 acres north of Lake Tahoe. His... Read More
  • D.L. Bliss State Park

    This park shares six miles of shoreline with adjacent Emerald Bay State Park and has two white-sand beaches. Hike... Read More
  • Carnelian Bay to Kings Beach

    The small lakeside commercial districts of Carnelian Bay and Tahoe Vista service the thousand or so locals who... Read More
  • Pope-Baldwin Recreation Area

    To the west of downtown South Lake Tahoe, U.S. 50 and Highway 89 come together, forming an intersection nicknamed... Read More
  • Emerald Bay State Park

    You can hike, bike, swim, camp, scuba dive, kayak, or tour a lookalike Viking castle at this state park. Or you... Read More
  • Olympic Valley

    Olympic Valley got its name in 1960, when Squaw Valley USA, the ski resort here, hosted the Winter Olympics. Snow... Read More
  • Truckee

    Formerly a decrepit railroad town in the mountains, Truckee is now the trendy first stop for many Tahoe visitors.... Read More
  • Zephyr Cove

    The largest settlement between Incline Village and the Stateline area is Zephyr Cove, a tiny resort. It has a beach,... Read More
  • South Lake Tahoe

    The city of South Lake Tahoe's raison d'ĂȘtre is tourism: the casinos of adjacent Stateline, Nevada; the ski slopes... Read More
  • Crystal Bay

    Right at the Nevada border, Crystal Bay features a cluster of casinos, a few spunky ones with personality and some... Read More
  • Reno

    Established in 1859 as a trading station at a bridge over the Truckee River, Reno grew along with the silver mines... Read More
  • Stateline

    Stateline is the archetypal Nevada border town. Its four high-rise casinos are as vertical and contained as the... Read More
  • Tahoma

    With its rustic waterfront vacation cottages, Tahoma exemplifies life on the lake in its quiet early days before... Read More
  • Tahoe City

    Tahoe City is the only lakeside town with a charming downtown area good for strolling and window-shopping. Stores... Read More