Kings Beach is located on the north shore of the popular California/Nevada destination of Lake Tahoe. It doesn’t have the party reputation of South Tahoe, but it still has plenty to offer those looking looking for a little outdoor adventure or some relaxing fun in the sun. Check out some things that make Kings Beach a great travel destination.
Kings Beach boasts over 900 feet of sandy shores, so it’s no surprise that there are a plethora of water sport activities to choose from, including paddleboarding, surfing, and kayaking. During the summer months, check out live performances on the beach (and fireworks on the Fourth of July). For a different vibe, tee up under majestic pine trees at the Old Brockway Golf Course. In the winter, rent some skis and hit the slopes, or take a snowmobile tour. For two weeks in August, explore the annual ARTour, where artists open their studios to the public. And sometime in early December, get into the holiday spirit by checking out the annual tree lighting ceremony. Or cab it to the nearby casino in Crystal Bay, a one-stop shop for nighttime entertainment including concerts, comedy shows, dining, and a nightclub.
Lake Tahoe’s surrounding areas are alive with activity throughout the year. Venture out to to experience one of the many festivals happening around the lake year-round, including Squaw Valley’s Brews, Jazz & Funk Fest (August), or the Autumn Food and Wine Festival (September) in Northstar. (Ask about complimentary shuttles to and from nearby cities.) Head southwest to experience great views of the area from Tahoe City’s mountain tops (a view made especially beautiful by lights decorating the city during the holidays). And while backcountry skiing is limited in the north shore, just head a bit northwest to Truckee for some of the best backcountry skiing/snowboarding terrain for people of all skill levels.
North Lake Tahoe is perfect for anyone looking for a quiet getaway. Book a home in Kingswood Estates, a newer residential neighborhood just 1 mile above Kings Beach. Book a charming cabin in Tahoe Vista, less than 2 miles from Kings Beach. Or venture a bit further out to Incline Village, for easier access to ski resorts like Diamond Peak and, a little bit further out, Mt. Rose. Wherever you decide to stay, you can compare rentals by price, reviews, ratings and more on Tripping. Book your Kings Beach vacation rental today!
Tahoe Area Regional Transit (TART) services the 30 miles of Lake Tahoe shoreline including Kings Beach and its surrounding communities. Night Rider operates after TART stops running, offering free shuttle service during the summer and winter season. Getting around on bicycle is also an option — giving you an up-close-and-personal look at Tahoe’s beautiful scenery.
Looking for the perfect vacation rental for your Kings Beach getaway? Tripping.com’s got your trip covered. Whether you’re seeking a villa, cabin or cottage, Kings Beach offers 191 affordable homes to choose from, offering far more amenities, space and convenience than the average hotel room. Select from properties with high-speed internet, full with jacuzzi and pool, and homes complete with outdoor patio well-suited for a barbecue with loved ones. Whatever your needs, find the perfect rental that best matches your accommodation style and budget.
For travelers planning for an extended stay, long-term lodging and corporate rentals only cost an average of $17387 a month. Save hundreds with Tripping.com and even book instantly with properties marked “Instabook.” Kings Beach has 191 gorgeous homes with pet-friendly rentals to choose from, perfect for your furry friends. Check out our listings now to get the latest deals, and book the right vacation rental for you and the whole family. Feel at home wherever you are and experience an unforgettable vacation with Tripping.com.Search properties from 7 rental sites in Kings Beach where the top providers in that area are HomeAway, Booking.com, and TripAdvisor. There are 110 HomeAway rentals, 32 Booking.com short term rentals and 32 TripAdvisor vacation rentals.