New Look, New Logo

We have big news! With our first logo change since 2006, The Ridge Resorts is pleased to present our new logo and website. You’ll see the new look wherever we are online — like our website and social media channels; very soon you’ll see it in all of our printed products, as well.

For over thirty five years, The Ridge Resorts has been a premier vacation destination at Lake Tahoe. As we’ve grown as a resort, our logo and brand has stayed pretty much the same. Now, with a fresh, modern logo across all of our properties, we are ready to step into the future — while staying true to who we are as a resort.

Our Evolution

Our new logo features a soaring eagle, and a new color pairing of grey and gold. The Eagle has long been an American symbol for great strength, leadership and vision. As we look to the future, our management team and staff will continue to work hard to ensure the integrity of our property and the quality of our guest experience.  Our original logo included an eagle and mountain, and as we hark back to our roots, we look forward to a strong future as a resort destination for generations to come. 

In addition to the new logo, our new website features more information about our sister properties — The Ridge View,  Ridge Crest, and Ridge Pointe — as well as the helpful guidance our guests have come to expect. With information on our resort amenities, tips on activities and events, and inspiration for planning a wedding, our website aims to be a robust resource for all our guests. 

We hope you like this new look and feel for The Ridge Resorts! Look out for more updates as we continue to try to better serve our owners and guests with a clean, modern, user-friendly look.

Ridge Tahoe golf warm-up gives way to spectacular views at nearby courses

The Ridge Tahoe guests who love golf have plenty of opportunities to warm up their game at the resort and then take in full rounds at any number of Tahoe South area golf courses.

Woods and irons are encouraged at the Ridge Tahoe’s outdoor driving range. Meshed nets allow golfers to cut loose and give it all they’ve got. This full swing range gives golfers the chance to hone their technique and find that precious sweet spot.

Once the muscles are loosened, golfers can head over to the on-site miniature golf course/putting greens. Gently sloped greens give way to numerous breaks, giving putters ample opportunities to give their short game the finishing touches they need.

Edgewood Tahoe Golf Course | Photo: Rod Hanna.

Golfer’s looking for the ultimate Lake Tahoe backdrops, have four courses to choose from at South Shore: the famed Edgewood Tahoe Golf Course, home of the annual American Century Championship each July; Lake Tahoe Golf Course, a spectacular mountain meadow course with plenty of challenge and superb views; Tahoe Paradise Golf Course, an executive course in nearby Meyers known for its towering pine trees; and Bijou Municipal Golf Course, ideal for beginners and families with a 9-hole, par 33 layout.

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On the Carson Valley side there are three distinct golf courses close to the Ridge Tahoe, each with rolling fairways, plenty of water holes, and challenging dog legs. Co-designed by PGA Champion Peter Jacobsen and John Harbottle III, the Lakes Course at Genoa Lakes is a links-style course where rolling fairways meet head-on with eastern slopes. The Ranch Course at Genoa Lakes offers championship golf with 300 feet of elevation changes and more than 100 bunkers all carved into the impressive Carson Valley. The Carson Valley Golf Course in nearby Gardnerville offers players the opportunity to shoot around large cottonwood trees and over the meandering Carson River.

Will you bring your clubs on your vacation to The Ridge?

Owners & Members Lounge

We appreciate the loyalty of our Owners and Vacation Club Members, and are proud to offer another perk of ownership at The Ridge Resorts. New for 2019, Owners and Vacation Club Members at The Ridge Resorts have a separate area for checking in, enjoying a snack,  or simply relaxing.

Start Your Vacation Faster

The Owners lounge is open from 8am to 8pm to Owners and Vacation Club Members at any of the four Ridge properties.  Newspapers, coffee and ice water, and light refreshments are provided. Enjoy shorter check-in times, and connect with fellow Owners, in a welcoming environment.

The new lounge is located to the left of the fireplace when you arrive at the Ridge Clubhouse (formerly the Ridge Club Deli location). In addition to a separate check-in counter, kick back in one of our comfortable chairs by the fireplace, or setup your laptop at one of our desks if you need to check one more thing for work before you can start your vacation.

Other Check-in Options

Owners and Vacation Club Members can check in at this location and skip the Front Desk line. Staff will be available throughout the day, especially during peak check-in times. If not staffed, our Front Desk agents and Concierge will be available to assist as needed.

Owners at The Ridge View, Ridge Crest, or Ridge Point may still check in at the Ridge View on weekends. The Ridge View Front Desk is located on the third floor. Staff is available Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 9:30am to 6pm.

In addition, Owners at The Ridge View, Ridge Crest, or Ridge Point can still check-in anytime using our lock box system. Check-in lock boxes are located at each property entrance.  Just pick up the phone by the entrance, dial 1800 or 0, and you’ll be given an access code to the lock box that contains your Welcome Packet and room keys.

We look forward to welcoming you back to The Ridge Resorts soon!

You’ll Be Seeing Fireworks This Fourth of July

If there’s one place to celebrate the Fourth of July right, it’s Tahoe South. Recognized as the home of one of the best fireworks displays in the country, Tahoe South hosts “Lights on the Lake” on July 4. Tune your radio to KRLT-FM 93.9 or KOWL-AM 1490 for the synchronized music broadcast. Listen to the latest rock and pop hits while your eyes dazzle with visions of red, white and blue during the 9:45 p.m. show.

The fireworks are visible from all over town, and the best viewing spots for the display include South Shore beaches like Lakeview Commons, Timber Cove and Nevada Beach. If you’d rather not get stuck in traffic, there are places to view the show from above near The Ridge. Be prepared to select your spot very early, as this is probably the busiest day of the year in Lake Tahoe. If you prefer to enjoy the show from the comfort of your suite, you can watch/stream the Tahoe South “Lights on the Lake” on Lake Tahoe TV or at

South Lake Tahoe Fourth of July Parade

Get in the Independence Day spirit with the Fourth of July Parade that honors our country’s veterans and features the best of the local community spirit. The parade will begin at the corner of Ski Run Blvd. and Highway 50 at 10:00 am and travel westbound to Al Tahoe Blvd. The parade concludes at Bijou Community Park on Al Tahoe Blvd, with a — new for 2019 — Food Truck Park. To watch the parade, select a spot alongside Hwy 50 or Al Tahoe Blvd.

The Fourth of July isn’t the only day to celebrate the birth of America; there is a whole week of festivities before the rockets even reach the air. Check out a few of the options below.

Local Music

Live at Lakeview

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The popular summer music series, Live at Lakeview, returns on Thursday, June 20. Each week through August, this eclectic gathering of locals with fresh beats, a beer garden and resident vendors offers a great taste of the South Shore culture and spirit. The fun kicks off at 4:30 p.m. and continues until 8:30 p.m. at Lakeview Commons.

Valhalla Art, Music & Theatre Festival

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For an even bigger slice of the South Shore culture pie, the Valhalla Art, Music & Theatre Festival hosts performances at the historic Boathouse Theatre, outdoor concerts on the lawn and various events through the summer.

Special Events

outdoor concert arena at harveys lake tahoe
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A bevy of performers descend upon Tahoe South during July with the likes of comedian and “Daily Show” host, Trevor Noah, performing at Harvey’s Outdoor Concert Arena on July 5, Grammy Award nominee and country star, Trace Adkins, at MontBleu Resort Casino and Spa on July 6, and Three-time Grammy® Award-winning and multi-Platinum-selling Pentatonix, performing July 7 at Harvey’s Outdoor Concert Arena.

In addition, the Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival kicks off the season at Sand Harbor on July 5 with “The Taming of the Shrew.” And of course, save the date for the annual American Century Championship Celebrity Golf Tournament, July 9-14, 2019.

However you celebrate the birth of our nation, we hope you have a fun and safe holiday!

Lake Tahoe Summer Concerts

lake tahoe summer concert series at harveys

The Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena at Harveys hosts some of the biggest summer concerts at Lake Tahoe! From top country performers to rock and pop legends, pick up your tickets and get ready to dance the night away under the stars.

Stop by our Clubhouse lounge before you head down the hill to the show. The Bear Trap Bar and Lounge is offering “pre-game” specials before all the summer concerts at Harveys. Meet up with your crew — and make new friends — as you enjoy beer and well drink specials in our casual and comfortable lounge. Plus, skip the drive and parking hassle by hopping on the complimentary resort shuttle down to the venue. Our shuttle brings guests to nearby MontBleu Casino Resort each hour. See the weekly Ridge Guide or ask the Concierge for specific schedule.

Here’s who’s coming to the Lake Tahoe Summer Concert Series this summer:


Tim McGraw (June 14)
Country superstar, Tim McGraw, has sold more than 50 million records and dominated the charts with 43 worldwide #1 singles. He’s won 3 Grammy Awards, 16 Academy of Country Music Awards, 14 Country Music Association Awards, 11 American Music Awards, 3 People’s Choice Awards, and numerous other honors.

Hooters Pageant Presents: Lee Brice (June 20)
Award winning singer/songwriter Lee Brice is among the top country music stars currently on the scene. Brice has released four hit albums, including: Love Like Crazy, Hard to Love, I Don’t Dance and, most recently, Lee Brice.


Comedian Trevor Noah: Loud & Clear Tour (July 5)
Trevor Noah- the most successful comedian in Africa and is the host of the Emmy® and Peabody® Award-winning “The Daily Show” on Comedy Central- is bringing his Loud & Clear Tour to Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena at Harveys !

Pentatonix: The World Tour (July 7)
Three-time Grammy® Award-winning and multi-Platinum-selling Pentatonix has sold more than 6.5 million albums and performed for hundreds of thousands of fans at their sold-out shows across the globe.

Blake Shelton (July 12)
Country Music Association’s 2012 “Entertainer of the Year,” five-time Male Vocalist of the Year winner and GRAMMY nominee Blake Shelton continues to add to his superstar status.

Miranda Lambert (July 18)
Singer/songwriter Miranda Lambert is the reigning ACM Female Vocalist of the Year, having been bestowed this honor for nine consecutive years. Her accolades include 2 Grammy Awards, 13 (CMA) Country Music Associations Awards, and 32 (ACM) Academy of Country Music Awards as well as many other honors, including the prestigious Harmony Award from the Nashville Symphony.


Jackson Browne (August 10)
Jackson Browne has written and performed some of the most literate and moving songs in popular music and has defined a genre of songwriting charged with honesty, emotion and personal politics. He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2004 and the Songwriter’s Hall of Fame in 2007.

Lionel Richie (August 17)
Classic crooner and popular music superstar Lionel Richie brings his extensive catalogue of hit songs to Tahoe. The venerable vocalist had multiple hits with the Commodores and many more as a solo artist. Richie’s hits include, “Lady,” “All Night Long,” “Dancing on the Ceiling,” “Hello,” “Brick House” and “Three Times A Lady.”

Steve Miller Band(August 24)
The Steve Miller Band is an American rock band formed in 1966 in San Francisco, California. The band is managed by Steve Miller on guitar and lead vocals. They are best known today for a string of (mainly) mid-1970s hit singles that are staples of classic rock radio, as well as several earlier acid rock albums.

Luke Bryan (August 25)
Since the debut of his first album in 2007, Luke Bryan has placed 18 singles in the No. 1 spot, sold 10 million albums, 40 million tracks, and accrued back-to-back double-platinum albums, earning the title of Top Country Artist at the Billboard Music Awards two years in a row.


Dave Matthews Band (September 6)
Formed in Virginia in the early 1990’s, Dave Matthews Band quickly developed an intensely loyal, grassroots following intrigued by its eclectic sound and compelling live performances. Today, with 14 million tickets sold, the Grammy Award winning Dave Matthews Band is consistently one of the top draws on the concert circuit.

Duran Duran (September 13)
Eighties icons Duran Duran have sold over 100 million records, had 18 American hit singles, 20 UK Top 20 tunes and continue to perform to huge concert audiences around the world.

Visit Harveys Lake Tahoe online events calendar for tickets and more information. Then book your room with The Ridge Resorts online, or call our Reservations Department at (800) 334-1600 Monday through Saturday from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. for your best summer concert getaway!

Tickets for all shows are available through and through The Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena at Harveys is an all ages venue. Everyone is required to have a ticket for both reserved and general admission shows.

Relaxation and adventure designed for Dad at The Ridge Resorts

Moms are the greatest, but dads are too. That’s why both have their very own days designated for them. For Dad, why not treat him this Fathers Day weekend with a trip to Sierra and a stay at The Ridge Tahoe?

Choose your accommodations a one or two bedroom condominium suite or a deluxe hotel room for the weekend. Onsite, Dad can sit poolside, get in a good workout at The Ridge clubhouse, hit the tennis courts or take in a massage and spa.

Golfing around Lake Tahoe

Off the hill, you can treat Dad to a round of golf at any number of golf courses between Tahoe and Carson Valley. Golfer’s looking for the ultimate Lake Tahoe backdrops, have four courses to choose from at South Shore: the famed Edgewood Tahoe Golf Course, home to the Annual American Century Championship July 9-14, 2019; Lake Tahoe Golf Course, a spectacular mountain meadow course with plenty of challenge and superb views; Tahoe Paradise Golf Course, an executive course in nearby Meyers known for its towering pine trees and Bijou Municipal Golf Course. On the Carson Valley side there’s the Lakes Course at Genoa Lakes; The Ranch Course at Genoa Lakes, and the Carson Valley Golf Course in nearby Gardnerville.

golfing on fathers day weekend in tahoe

Fishing Lake Tahoe

If Dad likes to fish, he’s in luck. Lake Tahoe is abundant with lake trout, also known as mackinaw. These deep lake fish can weigh more than 30 pounds and are quite a thrill to catch.

There’s a number of charter outfits around Tahoe South that offer mackinaw fishing packages. Guides are known for taking their passengers out to the sweetest spots, best known for catching the big ones.

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Biking Lake Tahoe

Looking for some close by outdoor recreation adventure on two wheels? The South Lake Tahoe region is crossed with an extensive network of on and off road bicycle trails. You can also check with the staff of Ridge Tahoe regarding bike rentals and organized rides planned during your stay.

Nightlife over Father’s Day weekend includes gaming at any of South Shore’s famed casinos, a free Saturday concert at Heavenly Village, magic at The Loft Theatre, and comedy at The Improv inside Harveys Lake Tahoe.

What are your plans for Fathers Day weekend in Tahoe South?

Annual Celebrity Golf Championship

There’s one place where NFL, NBA, NHL and MLB rivalries meet annually to settle old scores. The venue: Lake Tahoe. The event: The annual American Century Championship. At stake: a share in the $625,000 prize purse. The scene: Six days of fist bumps, high fives, autograph signing, photos with fans, laughs, and some great golf.

American Century Championship at Lake Tahoe. Photo Credit: Amazing Imagery
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The Game

A blockbuster lineup of sports legends, all-stars, Olympians and Hall of Famers plus Hollywood celebrities of film and television will go tee to green in two weeks, July 9-14 at the annual American Century Championship at Edgewood Tahoe Golf Club.

The No. 1 celebrity golf tournament in America brings plenty of high-stakes competition, thrills and a fair share of wild swings, long putts and errant golf shots to the famed Edgewood Tahoe course as a field of more than 80 players tee it up before galleries totaling some 40,000 who line fairways, beaches and watch aboard speed boats, sailboats and chartered yachts along the shoreline.

The Players

With many returning year after year to participate, there are always new faces in the lineup of players. The impressive list of sports and entertainment celebrities, including TNT NBA analyst Charles Barkley, former Atlanta Braves pitcher Greg Maddux, comedians Ray Romano and Larry the Cable Guy, and a host of current pro athletes and retired Hall of Famers.

Celebrity chef and TV personality, Bobby Flay, will tee up, as well as Joe Pavelski of the San Jose Sharks. Defending 2018 champion Tony Romo, Dallas Cowboys’ former quarterback and prominent NFL analyst, returns this year as well as past winners, three-time champion Mark Mulder, and two-time winner actor/singer Jack Wagner.

New participants are added regularly. For an updated list of confirmed players, visit


Tickets are available online or at participating Raley’s, Bel Air, and Nob Hill supermarkets. For more information, visit The annual tournament raises money for multiple charities and offers free admission to military personnel and guests.

Staying at The Ridge Resorts?

Skip the drive and parking hassle by hopping on the complimentary resort shuttle down to the venue. Our shuttle brings guests to nearby MontBleu Casino Resort each hour. See the weekly Ridge Guide or ask the Concierge for specific schedule.

High-Energy Outdoor Activities in Lake Tahoe

Tahoe outdoes itself during the summer with concerts, water skiing, boating, and shopping galore. In addition to these easy-going activities, Tahoe also has plenty of entertainment for adrenaline junkies looking for a fix! Summer is the perfect time to check out those blood-pumping outdoor activities in Lake Tahoe and we’ve compiled a few of our favorites.

Heavenly Mountain Epic Discovery

Our first choice takes us to Heavenly Mountain Resort, the Ridge Tahoe’s neighbor (and easily accessed from the resort’s on-site Hilltrac Skier Express)!

Heavenly not only offers an array of skiing slopes during the winter time but also a jungle of ropes courses and ziplines at Epic Discovery, Heavenly’s adventure park, which is home to two of their popular scenic ziplines. The Hot Shot zipline provides gorgeous views of Mt. Tallac and Pyramid Peak while ziplining alongside three of your friends or family members. Alternately, the Blue Streak Zipline offers incredible views of Lake Tahoe as you glide through the sky on the 3,300 ft. zip line. Talk about heart pounding! Click here for more information.

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Sky Combat Ace

Ready to pilot your very own fighter jet? Sky Combat Ace offers you an opportunity like no other with a truly unique aviation experience. You’ll have the chance to either ride along or get behind the controls of a fighter jet under the supervision of one of SCA’s highly trained fighter pilots. You can choose from four types of aviation experiences: aerobatics, air combat, combination or flight training.

Soaring NV

Another aviation experience offered only a short drive from the Ridge Tahoe is Soaring NV. Soaring is a unique concept, using art, science and the natural environment to keep yourself afloat. As you are sitting in a glider, which is a plane without an engine, you are attached to another plane by a string, and then released in the air to control your movement. The glider will safely travel to the ground or any other way you would like to go. The sky is the limit!

Boundary Peak

See Lake Tahoe from a new perspective with Soaring NV. Photo courtesy of Soaring NV

Mountain Biking

What kind of adrenaline-soaked Tahoe adventure would be complete without mountain biking? Tahoe South has several mountain biking trails that will leave you speechless. A very popular mountain biking option is the Tahoe Rim Trail, which takes you along a slim ridge with views of Lake Tahoe. Another fan favorite is the Flume trail, a 4.5-mile-long narrow single-track trail that follows the ridge from the west end of Lake Tahoe to the north nearly 2,000 feet above the lake. It is a highly rated trail, as well as one of the most photographed. Check out more bikes trails offered here.

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Hit the trails for heart pounding mountain biking in Tahoe South. Photo credit: Jamie Kingham / Lake Tahoe Visitors Authority

It’s clear that there are endless options for outdoor activities in Lake Tahoe for people of all ages and types. Whether you’re looking to go dancing, enjoy cocktails lakeside, ski, hike, go shopping, or get your heart pumping, Tahoe has it all. At a convenient location to all the action, the Ridge Tahoe is the place to stay if you’re looking for a healthy dose of adrenaline!

Summer, Defined.

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Define your summer at The Ridge Tahoe.

With warm days and comfortable nights, Lake Tahoe is the place to be this summer. From the peaks to the beach, there’s something for everyone at Lake Tahoe and The Ridge Resorts.

The Ridge Tahoe offers extensive amenities and activities, spacious suite condominiums, and easy access to South Lake Tahoe. Plan your getaway today, and save 25% off our regular rates when you book directly with us. Click the button below or call us at (866) 830-6908 and mention code Blog25 to make your reservation!

Wondering what to do? Here are a few of our favorites:

Hit the beach

nevada beach in lake tahoe

This past season’s historic snows filled the lake to its brim, which means now is the time to spend a day (or two) on its shores, lounging in its sands. Check out one of the nearby beaches for a wonderful day near the pristine waters of Lake Tahoe – or venture out to a secluded beach!

Play a round of golf

family having fun playing mini golf at the ridge tahoe

With a putting green and a golf driving net, you can perfect your putt and swing only moments away from your accommodations. (And for the kids – or just the kid at heart – we offer mini golf, too!) Then head down to one of the beautiful, but equally as challenging, golf courses in the area.

See the sights

view from paddlewheeler boat in lake tahoe

Hop aboard the M.S. Dixie II paddle wheeler for a cruise to the iconic Emerald Bay. Featuring an informative tour guide, this is a cruise and history lesson all in one fun afternoon. Discount activity tickets are sold at the Ridge Marketplace. Call 800-23-TAHOE to make your reservations.

Take a hike

father and son on hiking trail near south lake tahoe

The Tahoe Rim Trail is only moments from the Ridge Tahoe and you can easily access other trails in the basin. Some of our favorites include the Glen Alpine Trail and nearby Van Sickle Bi-State Park among others.

Relax a little

woman receiving a back massage at the ridge tahoe

Sure, hiking is great, but sometimes you just want to relax. Let the professionals at Elevation Spa help you pamper yourself with a facial, massage, or rejuvenating body treatment. Or, dip your toes or go ahead and cannonball into one of our outdoor pools! This is the perfect time to take advantage of warm afternoons in the Sierra sun.

Save a lot

Are you ready for your summer vacation? Plan your getaway today, and save 25% off our regular rates when you book directly with us. Click the button below or call us at (866) 830-6908 and mention code Blog25 to make your reservation!

Lake Tahoe Summer To-Do List

Tahoe, where the lake sparkles sapphire blue against the Sierra and the sweet-scented pine trees whisper through the summer’s gentle breeze. Lake Tahoe is where the sun up to sun down adventurous spirit takes hold and never disappoints.

But what if it’s your first time visiting and you’re not sure what to do? Our summer to-do list will inspire. While you may not be able to do it all in one trip, you can certainly plan a return to The Ridge Tahoe and finish what you started.

Music and Entertainment

American Century Championship at Edgewood Tahoe

Get Outdoors

  • Hit the beach, soak in the rays and take in the panoramic views at any number of hidden coves and public parks around Lake Tahoe.
  • Paddle a kayak or skim the waves behind a ski boat or Jet ski.
  • Reel in a monster Mackinaw on a fishing boat charter or find your secret spot off the shelf to catch some nice size trout.
  • Tee it up and get 10 extra yards on your drive (higher altitude does that) at any number of Lake Tahoe area golf courses.
  • Grab an energy bar, pack a water bottle or three and head out to a network of back-country hiking trails that will lead you to a happy place.
  • Make the big throws and take the long putts at Lake Tahoe’s most challenging disc golf courses.
  • Find your balance and earn zen points on a standup paddle board.
  • Saddle up on two wheels and take a Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride or pedal your way across a network of biking trails that zig-zag through South Shore.
  • Soar through the trees along a network of ropes courses and ziplines at Heavenly Mountain Resort.
  • Pick a race and enter the Lake Tahoe Marathon, which offers a 5K or 10k, half marathon, 18-milers, 72 milers around the lake, or the leg-burning Tahoe Triple.
  • Put the pedal to pavement at the annual Tour de Tahoe – Bike Big Blue, a Ride to Cure Diabetes.

Relax and Restore

  • After a full day of adventure, work those muscles out at Elevation Spa at The Ridge Tahoe.
  • Have a World Famous Rum Runner on the beach at the Beacon Bar and Grill at Camp Richardson.
  • Work up an appetite and satisfy your thirst at any number of South Shore restaurants and pubs.

Enjoy the Nightlife

  • The adventure doesn’t end when the sun goes down. Dance the night away at one of Tahoe South’s nightclubs.
  • Improve the odds and kiss the dice in one of the Stateline casinos.
  • Catch a magic show or comedy showcase at The Loft at Heavenly Village.

Local Culture

  • Sample the Sierra at the annual farm-to-fork festival with pairings of Sierra Nevada wine makers, brewers, distilleries and restaurants, regionally grown fresh produce, entertainment, storytellers and acoustic music.
  • Enjoy Old Tahoe from the historic lakefront Heller Estate during the annual Valhalla Arts, Music & Theatre Festival.
  • Get up close and personal with some of the most well-preserved and restored wood boats in the world at the annual Lake Tahoe Concours d’Elegance on the West Shore.
  • Roar like a flapper in the 1920s at the annual Great Gatsby Festival at the Tallac Historic Site.
  • Speaking of flappers, see where the rich and famous lived while at Lake Tahoe on a tour of the Pope House at the Tallac Historic Site.
  • Show the folks at work how you spent your summer vacation by bringing a piece of Tahoe home with you with the perfect souvenir.

How many of these can you check off your Tahoe to-do list?