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M.S Dixie II Sunset Dinner Cruise
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M.S Dixie II Sunset Dinner Cruise

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Watch the sun slip behind the mountains on a Lake Tahoe dinner cruise aboard the M.S. Dixie II, and enjoy champagne, live music and an elegant dinner on the water. Dance to tunes from the local Steve Walker Band, see a spectacular Sierra sunset, then sit down for a freshly prepared meal. Enjoy selections like grass-fed beef or trout, organic greens, and vegetables. Finish the evening with fresh berries and cake as the first stars appear above the peaks, and Lake Tahoe’s scenic shoreline is illuminated.
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Dale R wrote a review Aug 2019
Stateline, Nevada278 contributions103 helpful votes
This was closed for a while because the glass was accidentally broken. Now it is reopened and a must see. Taylor Creek is channeled into it and you get to see a stream with it's trout as an underwater cut away. When the Kokanee are spawning, they have a few in it so you can see them up close.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Sue L wrote a review Oct 2018
Cupertino, California200 contributions68 helpful votes
The stream profile chamber was closed for repairs on our visit, but the paved Rainbow Trail leading to and from it has lots of interpretive signs describing the flora, fauna and ecology of the area. Kokanee salmon are visible in the creek along with crayfish. Ducks languish in a beautiful pond created by the resident beaver. It's a great place for children and adults to explore the out-of-doors.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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andycoyle wrote a review Oct 2018
Sacramento, California32 contributions8 helpful votes
The stream profile chamber is basically a one room aquarium. It has been closed most of the summer. It is free, and there is ample parking, and there is a nice walk through the meadow.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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Glynda W wrote a review Sep 2018
Kansas City, Missouri31 contributions6 helpful votes
The walk is easy and beautiful with interpretation on the markers to identify types of plants and animals you see. Be sure to call ahead. When we were there in mid-September, 2018 the stream profile was closed for repairs. It is still fun to visit.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Michael- B wrote a review Oct 2017
Napa Valley, California38 contributions17 helpful votes
Have been here many, many times and always enjoy it. We were lucky enough to be there when the Kokanee salmon were running up Taylor Creek. A great place for the kids to see how a stream really looks from under water.
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Date of experience: October 2017
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