10 More Ways to Savor Tahoe Summer

Earlier this week we shared 10 ways we love to savor the Tahoe summer. Well today, we’ve got 10 more fun-filled & delicious activities for you to try out when you come up to Tahoe before the end of summer.summer1

  1. Bicycle rentals: South Lake Tahoe boasts a number of bike rental spots. Two readers recommended Anderson’s Bicycle Rental; http://laketahoebikerental.com. For a surrey rental, try the Tahoe Bike Company; http://tahoebikecompany.com.
  2. Camp Richardson Corral: In addition to trail rides, this pack station offers hayrides, steak dinner rides and, in the winter, sleigh rides; www.camprichardsoncorral.com.
  3. Emerald Bay: Find details on this California state park, 12 miles north of South Lake Tahoe, at http://bit.ly/TahoeEmerald.
  4. Flume Trail: Dazzling views await on this memorable mountain bike trail that runs from Spooner Lake to Marlette Lake;www.zephyrcove.com/flumetrail.aspx.
  5. Heavenly Village: You’ll find shops, bistros and mini-golf during the summer and ice skating during the winter months here;www.theshopsatheavenly.com.
  6. Izzy’s Burger Spa: One of a kind tahoe experience. A family run burger spot in South Lake Tahoe; www.izzysburgerspatahoe.com.
  7. Lake Tahoe Yoga: This yoga company takes its “we practice yoga everywhere” mantra seriously, offering yoga classes on the beach, in the studio and out on the lake, atop stand-up paddleboards; www.laketahoeyoga.com.
  8. M.S. Dixie II: These paddle-wheeler cruises depart from Zephyr Cove, on the Nevada side, for a loop across the lake to Emerald Bay; www.zephyrcove.com.
  9. McP’s Tap house Grill: With 40 beers on tap, this tap house and grill near Stateline is a popular spot; www.mcpstaphousetahoe.com.
  10. Sand Harbor: The boat ramp for this harbor on the Nevada side of South Lake Tahoe is closed because of low water levels, but the beach is still a perfect summer playground. Find maps and details at http://parks.nv.gov/parks/sand-harbor.
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