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Accommodation in Tahoe Pines cost from $215 per night.
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About Tahoe Pines
Get back to nature when visiting Tahoe Pines in beautiful California. Lining the West side of Lake Tahoe, Tahoe Pines keeps you close to the water. This small and peaceful sanctuary can be home for you and your family — summer or winter! Take the break that you need in a family friendly vacation spot with an endless amount of outdoor activities.
Things to do in Tahoe Pines
Tahoe Pines’ natural environment gives you plenty to do on your stay. The Tahoe State Recreation Area gives you a great camping ground if you’re feeling adventurous! This woodsy Recreation Area is on Lake Tahoe, and therefore is great for fishing, having a picnic, or even enjoying the bike path. Tahoe City, fifteen minutes from Tahoe Pines is another close local spot. This hub of restaurants and shops brings you back to reality in a peaceful area. On Thursdays, you can find Tahoe City’s farmer’s market for some local charm and fresh food! The shops are mostly small sports and mountain retailers, but there area also galleries and clothing stores. Burton Creek State Park is just outside of Tahoe City, and is near the edge of Lake Tahoe. In spring and fall, hiking is ideal at the state park, but winter brings mountain biking and skiing.
day trips from Tahoe Pines
Going out into the lake, mountains, and woods of Tahoe Pines will keep you pretty occupied, but there are a bunch of popular tourist destinations nearby. A two hour drive from Tahoe Pines will get you to buzzing Sacramento — the capital of California. See historic California at the California State Railroad Museum, Capital Park, and Old Sacramento. Get a change of pace from the nature in Tahoe Pines to the cosmopolitan San Francisco. The drive is three and a half hours, but seeing this gem of California is worth the trip! Soak up the sun and the culture of ‘Frisco at the infamous Alcatraz, the iconic Golden Gate Bridge, and the eclectic Chinatown. A little closer to your rental home is Emerald Bay State Park — only a twenty minute drive away. At Emerald Bay, find the only island in Lake Tahoe, Fannette Island. Another attraction in Emerald Bay is Vikingsholm, a hidden Scandinavian castle!
Tahoe Pines accommodations
Tripping can help you find your dream vacation home or rental in Tahoe Pines. Tripping has hundreds of rentals for you to choose from, with lakeside views and a cosy alpine feel! Whether you’re searching for a winter cabin or a summer lake house, Tripping can give you a hand when organizing your Tahoe getaway. In Tahoe Pines, be sure to stay close to Route 89 if you want to be close to restaurants and the lake, but if you stay up one of the beautiful side streets, you’ll have less noise from the road and will be able to walk there easily.
Transportation in Tahoe Pines
Getting around Tahoe Pines is best done by driving, as it can get you and your family easily to different spots on the lake and back. The nearest airports are Reno-Tahoe International Airport, and Sacramento International Airport — rent a car to save time, and to get to your rental! Tahoe also has Tahoe Area Regional Transit (TART) to get you where you need to go. The best way to experience Tahoe Pines is by walking around the woods and lake area — don’t miss the views!
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