Celebrate Nevada Day In North Lake Tahoe
North Lake Tahoe spans across California and Nevada with beautiful surroundings, easygoing communities, secluded beaches, hike-and-bike trails, welcoming lodging and so much more. In honor of Nevada day, on October 29th, we’ll be sharing all the adventure to be had on the Nevada side of North Lake Tahoe. Expand your California vacation and explore Nevada for a day just minutes away!
And what’s great about the region is that it spans across two beautiful states.
Nevada, the Silver State, officially celebrates its admission into the United States on Nevada Day, which takes place each year on the last Friday of October – this year on Oct. 29. In honor of this day, we’ll be sharing all the adventure to be had on the Nevada side of North Lake Tahoe.
If exploring is your cup of tea, knowledgeable Tahoe Adventure Company guides can plan a day trip to remember, no matter the season. With land activities that range from rock climbing to mountain biking, water activities that include kayaking and stand-up paddle boarding, and snowshoe tours during winter days or evenings, you’ll enjoy a full day as well as a good night’s sleep.
Crystal Bay is also home to several casinos, including the Border House at Crystal Bay Casino and the Tahoe Biltmore Lodge and Casino Arcade, both of which offer gaming, lodging and dining, as well as live entertainment. The Crystal Bay Casino is also home to many national acts with a robust entertainment schedule in an intimate setting.
One of the largest towns in North Lake Tahoe, Incline Village is home to some of the most amazing mountain retreats.
In addition to practically every lake, land or ski sports activity you can think of – many with views of the Sierra Nevada mountains – Incline Village is home to scintillating beaches, eclectic restaurants and shops for every taste. Bike on the East Shore Bike Trail, play a round of disc golf, cruise on the pump track and more.
Enjoy the amenities offered by resorts such as the Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe Resort, Spa & Casino, a waterfront resort that provides relaxation during the day and excitement at night; the Hyatt Residence Club Lake Tahoe, High Sierra Lodge, just a few steps from a white-sand beach, horseback riding and more; and the Parkside Inn at Incline, situated in a forest setting and located close to a number of outdoor activities.
Lake Tahoe – Nevada State Park is a popular area for all kinds of fun. Sand Harbor, just 3 miles from Incline Village and host of the annual Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival each summer, offers crystal-clear water, fishing, picnic sites and more. Take the 2.1-mile trail around Spooner Lake or enjoy its equestrian trails, cross-country ski paths and many species of wildlife.
Whether you’re a novice skier or experienced on the slopes, Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe Resort is an ideal choice for a snow adventure. A base elevation of 8,260 feet provides excellent snow conditions, and when you’re done on the slopes, you can enjoy 24-hour casino gaming, live entertainment and plenty of activities for kids.
Diamond Peak Ski Resort, near Incline Village, is a community-owned resort with mouth-dropping views of Lake Tahoe, uncrowded ski runs, a Ski & Snowboard School and a Child Ski Center for your kids. Season pass prices make Diamond Peak a budget-friendly option worth a closer look.
So make a (Nevada) day of it! Start planning your trip today.