Area Guide | Year-Round Fun at Lake Tahoe
Lake Tahoe area is one of the most beautiful destinations in the world, offering endless opportunities for a true “staycation.” For vacationers, having fun here during any season is easy! Whether you are an outdoor enthusiast, prefer to be inside cozy shops and restaurants, or have your heart set on exploring famous landmarks, Tahoe is the place for you.
Spend all day skiing, riding, hiking, biking, boating, relaxing in the meadows, floating along the Truckee River, or enjoying the beautiful shores of Lake Tahoe…you can have it all in Lake Tahoe! Take a relaxing sunset cruise, wine and dine in our fine restaurants and bistros, and shop in the specialty stores. Visit Nevada’s world-famous casinos for fabulous entertainment, or learn about the rich Lake Tahoe history through museums and walking tours. And the beauty of it is you can come back to your North Tahoe rental home at the end of the day, refresh, and explore again tomorrow!
- Cobblestone Center
- Emerald Bay
- Rubicon Trail
- The Beaches
- Zephyr Cove
- Sand Harbor Beach and State Park
- Great hikes around the Lake Tahoe!
Like many ski resort areas in the west, Lake Tahoe has a rich history going back to the mining era of the late 1800’s. Prior to that, Lake Tahoe was the summer home for the Washoe Native American tribe. On the North Shore of Lake Tahoe you’ll find the charming towns of Tahoe City, Tahoe Vista, Kings Beach, and Incline Village. The majority of Hauserman Rental Group’s Tahoe vacation rental properties are located in North Lake Tahoe and also on the West shore of Tahoe. Most of the ski resorts around Tahoe are concentrated around the North Shore including Alpine Meadows, Diamond Peak, Homewood Resort, Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe, Northstar-at-Tahoe, Squaw Valley USA, and Sugar Bowl. The South Shore of Lake Tahoe boasts the towns of South Lake Tahoe, Stateline, and Zephyr Cove.
Hikers and bikers will find a region packed with beautiful trails around Lake Tahoe and up into the mountains. The Tahoe Rim Trail is a famous and very scenic 165-mile loop that rings the lake, and the views just cannot be beat. There are also plenty of great places for hiking, camping, and 4-wheeling nearby in the Granite Chief Wilderness and Desolation Wilderness areas. There is so much to do in the Tahoe area, that you’ll just have to come back year after year to experience it all!