Lake Tahoe Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Lake Tahoe - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Heavenly Village

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The centerpiece of South Lake Tahoe's efforts to reinvent itself and provide a focal point for tourism, this complex at the base of the...

Hellman-Ehrman Mansion

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The main attraction at Sugar Pine Point State Park is Ehrman Mansion, a 1903 stone-and-shingle summer home furnished in period style.

High Camp

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You can ride the Squaw Valley Aerial Tram to this activity hub, which at 8,200 feet commands superb views of Lake Tahoe and the surrounding...

Kings Beach State Recreation Area

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The north shore's 28-acre Kings Beach State Recreation Area, one of the largest such areas on the lake, is open year-round. The 700-foot-long...

Tahoe National Forest

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Draped along the Sierra Nevada Crest north of Lake Tahoe, the national forest offers abundant outdoor recreation: hiking, picnicking,...

Tallac Historic Site

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At this site you can stroll or picnic lakeside, and then explore three historic estates. The Pope House is the magnificently restored...

Taylor Creek Visitor Center

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At this center operated by the U.S. Forest Service you can visit the site of a Washoe Indian settlement; walk self-guided trails through...

Vikingsholm

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This 38-room estate was completed in 1929. The original owner, Lora Knight, had this precise copy of a 1,200-year-old Viking castle built...

Village at Squaw Valley

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The centerpiece of Olympic Valley is a pedestrian mall at the base of several four-story ersatz Bavarian stone-and-timber buildings,...

Watson Cabin Living Museum

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In the middle of Tahoe City sits a 1909 log cabin built by Robert M. Watson and his son. Now a museum, it's filled with century-old furnishings...

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