Lake Tahoe

Lake Tahoe is a popular vacation and recreation region straddling the border between California and Nevada. The closest large city is Reno, Nevada. It is especially popular in the summer and winter. Summer activities include golf, boating and hiking. Winter activities include world class skiing, snowmobiling and ice skating. Year round activities include shopping, gambling, eating and taking in the scenery.

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Map of Lake Tahoe

  • 39.227778-120.0044441 Crystal Bay – Town on North Shore with Casinos. It’s in Nevada, but is on the state line with California.
  • 39.086944-120.1602781 Homewood – A quaint west shore resort town west of Lake Tahoe.
  • 39.245833-119.951 Incline Village – Town on the north shore. Small population.
  • 39.241111-120.0233331 Kings Beach – Town on north shore; good places to eat.
  • 38.94-119.9769441 South Lake Tahoe – It’s near the border between California and Nevada. You can sleep in California and head up the road to gamble in Nevada.
  • 38.970556-119.9458331 Stateline – It’s just north of South Lake Tahoe and spans the border of the two states. It gives you ‘walk-to’ access for the casinos.
  • 39.172222-120.1388891 Tahoe City – It’s on the northwest shore of Lake Tahoe. One of the two main towns on the lake (along with South Lake) this is a smaller more relaxed town with a slight, mountain hippy feel to it. Tahoe City is considerably less crowded and more relaxed than South Lake Tahoe.
  • 39.246389-120.0488891 Tahoe Vista – A beautiful Lake Tahoe town on the North Shore.
  • 39.342222-120.2036111 Truckee – Historic western railroad town off Interstate 80 between Route 89 and 237 northwest of the lake.

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