Although heaps of snow are still visible in the Tahoe high country, summer is in full swing in North Lake Tahoe. After skiing on the 4th of July at Squaw Valley, our team members are excited to finally put their skis away for a bit and enjoy all the exciting events that are happening. Winter is of course our favorite time of year, but do yourself a favor and enjoy all that North Lake Tahoe has to offer this summer.
The best way to experience Tahoe is to get on the Lake. Rent a boat at Tahoe City Marina or go parasailing. Stand-Up Paddleboarding (SUP) is emerging as a popular sport for all ages. Check out Tahoe Nalu Paddle Festival in Kings Beach on Aug. 13th and 14th. There are also a wealth of great beaches and snorkeling spots throughout the area. Don’t forget about classic tubing down the Truckee river as well.
The Lake Tahoe Music Festival kicks off July 21 with the Blues Traveler at Northstar @ Tahoe. While you are there, check out the bike park for Tahoe’s best lift-accessed downhill terrain. The following weekend (July 28 – 31), Squaw Valley will once again host the Wanderlust Festival. Come enjoy yoga, incredible music and all that Squaw Valley has to offer.
Lake Tahoe no doubt has an abundancy of recreational opportunities as well as great entertainment each summer. If you haven’t yet been to Tahoe. Get here. It’s absolutely amazing! And don’t hesitate to call us if we can be of any help. Have a great summer!