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In Tahoe City, vacation rentals start at $173 per night.
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Tahoe City Information
About Tahoe City
Located on Lake Tahoe in California, Tahoe City has plenty of outdoor activities for the whole family. Catch a concert at Commons Beach or head downtown to go shopping in small specialty stores. With mountain biking, camping, water sports, outdoor concerts, a vacation in Tahoe City will not be a boring one! Tahoe City is walkable, so you can pack your itinerary as much as you want!
Things to Do in Tahoe City
Walk across the Lake Tahoe dam and along the trails around Lake Tahoe, which are also great for running and biking. Go to Tahoe City Kayak to rent a kayak or paddleboard for the day to take on the lake. Visit Tahoe Sailing Charters to schedule a two hour cruise around the lake on the Tahoe Cruz or take a private charter to have a boat to yourself! If you’re visiting during the winter, try going snowboarding, cross-country skiing, or snowshoeing on Tahoe’s West Shore. Although Tahoe City focuses on the outdoors, there are also cultural activities. Visit the James Harold Galleries in the Boatwork’s Mall to see fine art from a variety of artists, including local and international artists. You’ll probably work up quite an appetite from being outside all day in Tahoe City. Not to worry, there are plenty of restaurants to check out, such as Hacienda Del Lago and The Blue Agave. For more dining options, take a drive down North Lake Boulevard and West Lake Boulevard. For the freshest food, visit Tahoe City Farmer’s Market, which is open on Thursdays from May to September.
Day Trips Near Tahoe City
For a historic adventure, visit the Nevada State Museum in Carson Valley, which is about an hour and a half drive from Tahoe City. At the museum you can learn about the history of gaming, travel through an underground mine, and learn about the animals of Nevada. If it’s nice outside, we recommend going to the Truckee River Whitewater Park, where you can go tubing and whitewater kayaking. Truckee River Whitewater Park is a little over an hour drive from Tahoe City.
Tahoe City Accommodation
Tahoe City is divided into several neighborhoods, which each have a different feel and different activities. Finding somewhere unique to stay is not an issue in Tahoe City. Stay in a quaint cottage or bed and breakfast. Stay in Truckee if you want to be in a mountainous area with historic downtown shops and a rustic feel. If you stay in South Lake Tahoe, you can be right on the lake and have the chance to go to ski resorts or head to the east to go to casinos. Wherever you choose to stay, Tripping can help you compare all of the rentals in the area by price, ratings, reviews, and more. Book your Tahoe City vacation rental today!
Transportation in Tahoe City
If you’re flying into the Reno/Tahoe International Airport, you can take North Lake Tahoe’s Express airport shuttle to get into Tahoe City. Once in Tahoe City, you can take the Tahoe Truckee Area Regional Transit, which is also known as TART. The TART bus can take you through Northstar, West Shore, North Lake Tahoe, Truckee, and Squaw Valley. Because Lake Tahoe is so scenic, it is a great idea to rent a car and drive around the lake, or to explore it in sections. You can do this in Truckee, South Lake Tahoe, or Reno.