The Camper’s Guide for Vacationing in Tahoe

The Camper’s Guide for Vacationing in Tahoe

Camping is the way to go if you want to visit beautiful Lake Tahoe. People come from all over the world to enjoy the breathtaking views of mountains and clear water. Some campers like to get up and go with water sports or winter activities keeping, them running sunrise to sunset. Others are enjoying their stress-free vacation with luxurious spa treatments and stunning lakefront views. There is no shortage of accommodation and activity for the Lake Tahoe camper, whether you are a seasoned veteran or it’s your first time exploring this unique waterfront spot.

Live Large at Local Attractions
You could spend day after day outdoors in a place like Lake Tahoe, but there is plenty to do inside for those rainy days. Check out Horizon Casino Resort and try your hand at the slots. If you plan on spending a good deal of time at the casino, stay the night at the resort and enjoy multiple convenient on-site dining options.

Nobody can keep away from Vikingsholm Castle for long. Take in majestic views of tall trees and mountaintops. This is an essential excursion for any hiking fanatic, and the perfect scenic spot for aspiring nature photographers. Ask about the guided hiking tours to get the most out of your trip.

Bring the Whole Family
Cabins are the classic choice for an idyllic vacation in Lake Tahoe. Stay in Tahoe Woodside Vacation Rentals for amenities in a convenient place. These cabins come equipped with free wireless Internet and satellite television. They are near Kings Beach and the ski resorts, so you can come any time of year. Each cabin offers a full kitchen that even comes stocked with organic coffee and a fresh loaf of bread.

The Fireside Lodge is a charming bed and breakfast with cabin-style suites. It offers a number of packages for family reunions, weddings, and honeymoons, making it ideal for group vacations.

For more luxurious lodging, check in at The Landing Resort and Spa. Eat dinner at the renowned Jimmy’s Restaurant and stay in a Premium Lake Front Suite for unbeatable views of the cool blue waters.

Rough it at the Campgrounds
Everybody agrees that Camp Richardson Marina Campgrounds offer the best grounds for any tent-pitching camper in Lake Tahoe. Here you have easy access to dining, a general store, and a sports center for all of your outdoor needs. The grounds have water activity rentals and their own sailing school. During chilly winter months, come in to the general store to grab a bite to eat and sit by the fire.

Water and Snow Activities all Year Long
Lake Tahoe campgrounds and activities are open year round for campers of all types. In the winter, check out world-famous ski resorts and adrenaline-pumping snow activities. Come in the summer for thrilling whitewater tours. Go fishing for rainbow trout with experienced guides every season of the year.

Every camper needs to visit Lake Tahoe at least once. Whatever time of year and whatever sort of activity, Lake Tahoe has something for you.