Lake Tahoe Attractions
Regan Beach is a couple of blocks down Lakeview Avenue at Sacramento Avenue and has restrooms, handicapped restrooms, picnic facilities, a snack bar, volleyball, playground and grassy areas. No parking fee.
Ski Run Beach
Ski Run Marina is about the Lake: dining, boating, fishing, and shopping in this only "on the lake shopping center" in South Lake Tahoe.
Lake Tahoe Historical Society Museum
Lake Tahoe History Museum offers intriguing displays from old Tahoe on skiing, Pony Express, ranching, Indian basketry, the days of the resorts (Lucky Baldwin's, Globin's, etc.).
Valhalla at Lake Tahoe
Also known as "The Heller Estate", Valhalla has been converted into a community event center which is popular for public and private gatherings. Summer highlights include Valhalla Festival of Arts and Music or Valhalla's Renaissance Festival.
Considered one of the finest examples of Scandinavian architecture in North America, Vikingsholm castle sits on the shore of Emerald Bay with astonishing views of Lake Tahoe.
Gatekeeper's Cabin Museum
Situated on the south bank of the Truckee river - Lake Tahoe's only outlet, the original cabin, built in 1909, served as the home of the resident gatekeeper, whose duties included the measuring and regulation of Tahoe's water level. The museum features the history of Lake Tahoe, natural history displays and an exquisite basket collection. Open from mid-May to mid-October.
Tahoe Whitewater Tours
Unlike other companies who use 8 to 10 passenger rafts, Tahoe Whitewater uses smaller specialized boats that accommodate 4 and 6 guests to provide a more fun and personal adventure for your friends and family. It is our goal to provide you with the most memorable river experience possible.
Squaw Valley Adventure Center
No matter what the weather or your ability level, you'll have a blast climbing the 25 different routes and 30-foot high simulated rock surface at the Headwall Climbing Wall. Suitable for kids, first timers of all ages, as well as expert climbers, Headwall offers inexpensive fun for the whole family. Climb as long as you wish for less than $15 per person. The climbing wall is a wonderful activity to establish and strengthen bonds as participants take turns belaying each other. Assistance and basic climbing instruction is available for beginners and children.
At the Back Country you will find the most qualified and experienced customer service people available. In a ski town, you usually expect to be greeted by younger part-time people spending a season or two in the area. It's really the opposite. There are serious cyclists and backcountry enthusiasts living in the Tahoe area, living the outdoor lifestyle full time. We've collected the best people in the business, and they have the attitude you've been looking for.
Tahoe Gal - North Lake Tahoe Cruises
Departing from Tahoe City, we offer scenic cruises on beautiful Lake Tahoe from mid-April thru October. We have a complete menu with a selection for every palate. Also available, a fully stocked bar with a wide variety of non-alcoholic beverages. Let us help you create your own memorable occasion aboard our vessel. Whether your dreams are to charter the entire vessel or entertain a small party topside. The Salon sits on the top deck of the Tahoe Gal and is segregated from the wheelhouse of the ship by a large glass window.
Soar Truckee, located in scenic Lake Tahoe, California, nestles in a valley of the Sierra Mountains, just three miles south of Interstate 80, at an elevation of 5,900 feet. Staffed by experts in the sport of soaring, we offer glider rides over spectacular scenery. We also provide instruction, aero-tow, and other services for the clubs and individuals who love to fly with the eagles in this mountain environment. Soar Truckee also offers an on-site bunkhouse, shower, flush toilets and both on-site and adjacent camping facilities.