You only go around once in life (or so they say) so make sure Lake Tahoe, California is on your list of places to see and experience, at least once. The Sierra Nevada Mountains plays host to this resort town, which actually sits in both California and Nevada, only 45 miles from Reno. Lake Tahoe vacation rentals are abundant and amenity filled, plus the choice of style and location is varied as well. The region is quite a popular ski resort area, so make your plans early if you plan on visiting during the peak snow sports months. The prime locations within this resort area for great rental homes and condos include Agate Bay, Alpine Meadows, Brockway, Carnelian Bay, Cedar Flat, Dollar Point, Donner Lake, Juniper Hill, Kings Beach, Kingswood Estates, Lake Forest, Northstar, Squaw Valley (Olympic Valley), Tahoe City, Tahoe Donner, Tahoe Vista, and Truckee.
A Lake Tahoe rental home, condo or cabin makes for a great respite while vacationing in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Consider the added privacy, space and freedom you will have over staying in a hotel room. Even the nicest of lodges and hotels will keep you uncomfortably close to all the other guests, and you may find yourself longing for some space to stretch out and relax, maybe make your self and the family some dinner. Look through the assortment of Lake Tahoe rental homes, villas and cabins on this site, and you will see that your choices are many. All rental properties come fully furnished, with functioning kitchens and linen service. The amenities are suited for a mountain getaway, and include, hot tubs, fireplaces, covered parking, mountain access, gourmet kitchens and designer decor, just to mention a few. The reputable rental management companies that show their properties on this site can guide you through all the choices, and help you makes the right decisions for you and your travel companions.
Snow is always falling in Lake Tahoe, however that doesn’t mean Spring, Summer and Autumn don’t offer up some non-skiing options for a great getaway. There are 46 golf courses in the area, for example, and with an average summer temperature of 65-70 degrees Fahrenheit, your game just got a little better. Tahoe is the Washoe word for “Big Water”, and the lake is why most people come here, whether they ski or not. The water activities are endless, along with cultural events that will keep interesting and make your Lake Tahoe trip memorable. Spring brings an international film festival to the area, shared with neighboring Reno, Nevada. Summer offers up Shakespeare on stage, and carved wooden boats at the Concours d’Elegance. During prime skiing time, there are 15 resorts from which to choose, seven ski resorts in North Lake Tahoe alone. 26,000 ski-able acres in all, with 200 for cross country pursuits.
Ski boarding, snowmobiling, and the art of snowman and snow angel making can be perfected here also. The casino scene in North Lake Tahoe is alive and well, with dozens of locales in which to make your bets, complete with all the live entertainment you expect in upscale gambling establishments. Great nightlife, abundant shopping, good eats and endless activities all year long make Lake Tahoe an ideal vacation location. Picking Lake Tahoe rentals like homes, villas or condos will make it even better, if that’s possible. They say you only go around once in life, but no one ever said you couldn’t go back to Lake Tahoe, the “Jewel of the Sierra” as many times as you want.