Lake Tahoe is an amazing place to visit if you ever get the chance. Mark Twain called it, “the fairest picture the whole earth affords,” and said that the air there is like the air “the angels breathe.” From skiing, to hiking, to swimming in the crystal clear waters of the lake, as an outdoor enthusiast, you definitely won’t run out of things to do here.
You can visit a variety of natural areas, like Emerald Bay State Park, D.L. Bliss State Park, Mountain Tallac, and Kings Beach State Recreation Area. Some of the best ski resorts include Heavenly Ski Resort & Gondola, Homewood Mountain Resort, and Northstar California Resort. Lake Tahoe is famous for its crystal clear blue waters, and the beautiful mountains and trees.
Are you planning your next trip to the Tahoe area? Don’t know where to start? We’ve got you covered… from the best places to shop in the Tahoe area, to the best beaches to visit, to the travel essentials you’ll need to bring with you, to the best time to visit Lake Tahoe, to the best restaurants to eat at, to the best activities in Lake Tahoe for children, and *finally* even to the history of Lake Tahoe itself, you can find almost everything you could ever want to know about Lake Tahoe on this website.
Reno, just 45 minutes away from Lake Tahoe, known as the “Biggest Little City in The World” provides tons of fun options for travelers. There are many casino options, restaurants, events and getaway options to check out when you visit.
We cover all of the same topics for Reno, as with Lake Tahoe – the best restaurants, activities, times of year to visit, travel essentials to bring with you, best activities for children, and way more. Plus, we cover some of Reno’s more unique facets, such as the casinos and other nightlife options.