North Lake Tahoe in Summer

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Whether it be golf balls flying or fly fishing as winter snows melt, hints of summer begin in April and May around Lake Tahoe. Memorial Day weekend officially marks the lake’s opening day, beckoning in a season of beachside live music, thrilling water sports, and endless mountain adventures. This summer brings back acclaimed events, new dining experiences and more


Lake Tahoe biking offers up some of the best views of North Lake Tahoe. Best seen on two wheels, choose from miles upon miles of road biking paths, to nationally-rated mountain biking trails offering panoramic views of the Lake.


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When North Lake Tahoe Spring melts into Summer, the runoff from the snowfall rejuvenates and restores the green back into the six championship golf courses and four executive courses. Those are just the Lake Tahoe golf courses within the North Lake Basin.

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The North Lake Tahoe fishing region is home to streams, rivers and smaller bodies of water and the clear blue of the big lake. Whether you enjoy casual shore fishing or you’re looking to charter a boat, you’ve got limitless options for water. For lake tours and cruises, guides or local tackle shops with the inside scoop, check out the best spots in the area.

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Home to miles upon miles of breathtaking Sierra Nevada wilderness, hiking and exploring trails on foot is one of the best ways to access the untouched beauty of North Lake Tahoe. North Lake Tahoe hiking will bring you up into the blue sky at 10,000 feet or down to the shore along Emerald Bay.

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Horseback Riding

To enjoy the best backcountry experiences with breathtaking views of the lake from a number of trails, scroll and click for horseback riding options ranging from equestrian to wilderness trails.

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If you’re in town and looking for a place to swing your racquet or maybe join a game, check out our listings of public tennis courts.

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