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  • Fall Festival and Pumpkin Patch

    Join Tahoe City Public Utility District Park's and Recreation Department for our annual fall event offering games and activities, live music, food, fun, and a pumpkin patch. Pumpkins are an additional charge. Food will be available to purchase from Tahoe Fullers food truck plus enjoy live music by Truckee Tahoe School of Music youth bands.

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  • Thanksgiving on the Lake at Gar Woods

    Enjoy a Thanksgiving feast at Gar Woods. Take in beautiful lake views while being wined and dined this Thanksgiving. Bar Opens at Noon for drinks and football. Open for dinner 1:00 pm - 9:00 pm. $44 for adults $26 for kids (10 & under) Reservations recommended

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  • Where Spartans Stay and Play For Extra Adventure

    This fall, the Spartan North American Championship will return to the rugged mountains of North Lake Tahoe. The event is the culmination of the United States and Canada’s National Series, bringing the best obstacle course racers on the continent to the picturesque destination with $62,000 in prize money on the line.  However, with such a concentration of activities that put athletes…

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  • Public Lands Operational Update due to Closures

    As wildfire conditions around Northern California and Northern Nevada remain dangerously high, many public lands throughout the states are closed or have modifications. A closure means no hiking, biking, camping or recreating of any kind on these lands. We ask you to take these closures, modifications and any evacuation notices seriously for your safety, the safety of our community, and…

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  • Fantasy Fall Getaway: Three Days in North Lake Tahoe with Photographer Lisa Bao

    In between the hot summer days of jet skis on the lake and cozy runs on the freshly powdered slopes, there exists a special period of time that is a favorite amongst the locals in North Lake Tahoe. Fall is a special time of year that captures the beautiful essence of changing seasons in many places, but to experience it…

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  • High-Flying Tahoe Adventures

    Name: High-Flying Tahoe Adventures Location: Tahoe City, Squaw Valley, and Tahoe Vista Best Time of Year: Fall Whether you wish to fly through the air with the greatest of ease or test your stamina, this Treasure of Tahoe can be found high off the ground. Take your Tahoe adventure to the next level at the Treetop Adventure Park and Tahoe…

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  • Historic Hideaways

    Name: Lake Tahoe Historic Hideaways Location: Sand Harbor, Homewood, and Tahoma Best Time of Year: Spring through Fall Take a step back in time with us around North Lake Tahoe, with historical landmarks that allow you to experience the region’s storied history. From lifestyles of the rich and famous to stars of the silver screen, check out these three historic…

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  • Stand-up paddleboarding is one of North Lake Tahoe's human-powered sports.

    Break a Sweat: Your Guide to Human-Powered Sports in North Lake Tahoe

    There are plenty of ways to enjoy our beautiful mountain paradise. From epic panoramic views to a breathtaking lakeside, and everything in between, there are many reasons North Lake Tahoe is a special place. One of those reasons? North Lake Tahoe offers a plethora of Human-Powered Sports that get visitors out of their comfort zones and into a world of…

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  • North Lake Tahoe’s 5 Best Fall Adventures

    Surrounded by the towering Sierra, rich with impressive species of flora, and home to the largest alpine lake in North America, fall in North Lake Tahoe is unlike anywhere else in the world. All year-round, our mountain paradise is home to epic adventures—and fall is one of the most exciting times of them all. Whether you’re looking to witness stunning…

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  • Discover North Lake Tahoe’s Secret Season with 4 Local Secrets

    North Lake Tahoe is rightly celebrated for its glorious snow-capped mountaintops in the winter and its pristine in the summer. While lesser-known, fall in North Lake Tahoe has its own kind of magic. With a range of fall-friendly sports, a thriving food and beverage scene, and no shortage of seasonal events, autumn is a prime time to explore the region.…

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