Time of year
KKD SFO wrote a review Nov 2018
San Francisco, California545 contributions410 helpful votes
Tahoe City is "Northshore" and offers so much to the traveler. You can bike, hike, run, stroll...sunbathe swim, boat...you get the idea.
Date of experience: August 2018
1 Helpful vote
joanegirl wrote a review Sep 2018
Pleasanton, California10 contributions
Every time I visit Tahoe city, I hve to grab a coffee in the morning and take a stroll by the river front. So beautiful and peaceful early. I like to go to events down there also, the music in the park in fun too.
Date of experience: September 2018
Hmbpetersen wrote a review Jul 2018
115 contributions15 helpful votes
Perfect place for lake activities! Swimming cold it was freezing but it’s hot in July so you can dry off fast! I love that there’s trails you can go on! You can get to different areas of the lake by boat or paddle boarding or kayak!
Date of experience: July 2018
ottawa198 wrote a review Nov 2017
Ottawa, Canada364 contributions128 helpful votes
Lovely town with many shops and food options. The boardwalk by the lake takes advantage of the view and is beautifully landscaped with native plants and trees. The are different areas to sit and enjoy the views.
Date of experience: October 2017
Randycoeur wrote a review Oct 2016
Columbia Falls, Montana195 contributions64 helpful votes
We rode bikes to the west of Camp Richardson on the trail which parallels the highway but is not on the highway for several miles. Along the trail you can get to the Tallac Historic Site, Taylor Creek Visitor Center, and Baldwin Beach. If you go east you can get to the south end of South Lake Tahoe with many shops, restaurants and other activities including the beach and residential areas. The trail is well maintained and friendly for bikers and walkers.…
Date of experience: July 2016