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Tahoe Vista is one of those exceptional communities that line along the lake catering to outdoor enthusiasts. It is a favorite of kayaking from one of many hidden beaches, or from Tahoe Vista Recreation Area boat launch facility are two Tahoe Vista treats. There are trailheads for mountain biking, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing, a disc golf course, nature trails, and sweet swing sets. Has some pretty neat restaurants.
For more information, please contact:
North Lake Tahoe Visitors & Convention Bureau
P.O. Box 1757
Tahoe City, CA 96145
(530) 581-8703 or 581-8701
Updated Oct 10, 2009
Address: P.O. Box 1757 Tahoe City, CA 96145
Phone: (800) 462-5196
We managed to find yet another activity for Tahoe's fresh powder. This perfect spot was hidden behind a water tower and we happened upon it by chance. After a short walk up a steep hill, we had the perfect spot for sledding.
I was pretty nervous about this choice of activity. I don't like any kind of mechanized transportation that doesn't have brakes. But sledding was a blast and pretty risk free in this environment considering that the worst that could have happened would be falling into some soft snow. Actually, the worst part was the long walk back up the steep slope. A chairlift would have been the perfect kind of mechanized transportation, but I guess you can't have everything.
Updated Mar 13, 2007
Take a scenice snowmobile tour to the top of Mount Watson and, on a clear day, you'll see commanding views of the lake. On a not so clear day, you won't see the lake, but the snowmobile journey is still a worthwhile experience.
For more information, visit my Tahoe City page.
Written Jan 12, 2007
There is little to see, do or eat in the tiny community that is Tahoe Vista. Fortunately, Tahoe City, still small and very charming, is a short drive away. That's where we ate all our meals, when we weren't fixing something at the house.
For more information on restaurants, see my Tahoe City page.
Written Dec 27, 2006
Favorite thing: It is nice to know when you come across a post office, especially if you wanting to seed out a postcard to a VT friend or maybe you bought gifts that you need to ship out. I thought this one was neat because it was so small.
(530) 546-5600 or (800) ASK-USPS
7005 N Lake Blvd, Tahoe Vista, CA 96148
Between National Ave and Agatam Ave
Written Oct 10, 2009
Favorite thing: This was one of my favorite views. High on a hill, you can see the lake sparking below, giving a hint of the beauty that lies just a short drive away.
We took this picture the morning after a snowfall. The whiteness and blue sky backdrop were absolutely breathtaking.
Written Dec 27, 2006