Plan Your Trip

Lake Tahoe, located at 6,200 feet elevation, is in the heart of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. The California and Nevada state border runs down the middle of Lake Tahoe. Lakeland Village is located on the beach at South Lake Tahoe off U.S. Highway 50 near the base of Ski Run Blvd., one mile west of the Stateline casinos.

Transportation and Driving Directions

Lakeland Village is a center for year-round world class recreation. In summer, warm, sunny days and cool, clear nights offer an ideal setting for your group to enjoy many activities. Summer activities include:

  • On-site children's activities
  • Championship Golf
  • Mountain Biking
  • Beach Activities
  • Charter Fishing Tours
  • Parasailing
  • Tennis
  • Hiking
  • Beach Volleyball
  • Miniature Golf
  • Windsurfing
  • Boat & Jet Ski Rentals
  • Gondola Rides
  • Casino Gaming
  • Scenic Lake Cruises
  • Sailing
  • Horseback Rides
  • Backpacking
  • Helicopter Tours of Lake Tahoe

Appropriate Summer Dress: Light, informal summer wear for daytime; sweaters, jackets or wraps for the cooler evenings.

Lake Tahoe boasts the greatest concentration of winter sports in the world. Lakeland Village offers accessibility to some of the nation's most popular ski resorts. Winter activities include:

  • Alpine Skiing
  • Sleigh Rides
  • Tubing
  • Casino Gaming
  • Cross-Country Skiing
  • Ice Fishing
  • Snowmobile
  • Ice Skating
  • Skiing
  • Arcades
  • Dog Sled Rides
  • Snowboarding
  • Snowshoeing
  • Helicopter Tours of Lake Tahoe


Appropriate Winter Dress: Ski wear and informal cold weather dress for outdoor activities; normal casual attire indoors.

Selection of Activities Available at Lake Tahoe

Skiing in Lake Tahoe - Heavenly, Sierra-At-Tahoe, Kirkwood
One of the largest ski and snowboard resorts in the world, Lake Tahoe is a winter wonderland for downhill skiing, snowboarding, cross-country skiing, snow tubing, sledding, and snowshoeing. Surrounded by the southern Lake Tahoe slopes of Heavenly, Kirkwood and Sierra-At-Tahoe, Lakeland Village gives you key access to the region's renowned skiing adventures. Specialized group adventures and complimentary area-shuttle top the list of skier-friendly services provided by Lakeland Village.

Fishing Lake South Tahoe

Lake Tahoe is also home to magnificent outdoor activities including captivating sport fishing. From chartered boats to fly fishing along the Truckee River, Lake Tahoe has a variety of cherished fishing and boating adventures. Brown, Cutthroat, Lake and Rainbow Trout as well as Kokanee Salmon are amongst the Lake Tahoe challenges stocked and awaiting your arrival.

Casinos in Lake Tahoe, Nevada / California
When you need a break from the rush of Lake Tahoe recreational activities, thrilling casinos await you on the Nevada side of the city. Lakeland Village places you near several dazzling casinos including Bill's, Caesar's, Harrah's, Harvey's, Horizon's, Hyatt's, Lakeside and MontBleu. Discover reputable dining, hip nightclubs, action filled table games and lively shows to keep you mesmerized.

Lake Tahoe Golf / Tournaments
Golf in Lake Tahoe is as rewarding and challenging as anywhere in the world. Watch your drives go farther through the thin mountain air. Beautifully designed and landscaped North and South Lake Tahoe golf courses include Edgewood Tahoe, Coyote Moon Golf Course, Genoa Lakes Golf Club, Northstar-at-Tahoe and Resort at Squaw Creek Golf Course. Bring your friends to play a round or sign up for one of the Lake Tahoe Golf Tournaments scheduled throughout the summer season.

Sailing, Swimming, Windsurfing and Lake Tahoe Water Activities
When the snow melts and the ice thaws, Lake Tahoe becomes an expansive water playground. Plunge into one of the purest, bluest and clearest lakes on the planet as you savor breathtaking mountain horizons. From traditional water activities including swimming, boating, sailing, yachting, and tanning to the modern thrill rides of jet skis, kayaking, parasailing, windsurfing and scuba diving. Lake Tahoe water activities provide outdoor adventure and memorable entertainment which transcends generations. Several marinas, including Lakeside Marina and Ski Run Marina, offer yacht, kayak, canoe and jetski rentals.

Lake Tahoe Resorts and Spas

Inspired by the fresh mountain springs and surrounding natural beauty, the spas in Tahoe offer rejuvenating treatments to alleviate the stresses of the everyday life. With a variety of spas and services to choose from - Swedish massages, holistic remedies, mineral pools and professional trainers - guests will feel youthful and energized after a session in one of the soothing spas of Lake Tahoe.

Lake Tahoe Hiking Adventures
Take an up-close, intimate examination of the mountains and valleys of Lake Tahoe by touring the many hiking and biking paths that crisscross the terrain. Explore through well-marked paths with great views, or break out on your own and get lost in the natural wonderments that adorn the Lake Tahoe countryside. Explore miles of rocky shoreline, or hike along beautiful wilderness trails for a mountain experience full of beauty and adventure. Experience the incredible hiking in the Tahoe Basin and Tahoe Rim Trail, surrounded by Sierra peaks, beautiful lakes and cascading waterfalls.

Boating Lake Tahoe - Cruises, Yachts

One of the most refined ways to explore the beauty and imagery of Lake Tahoe is to see it from the vantage point of the lake itself. With many choices of cruises, including the famous Tahoe Queen paddlewheeler, you may ride in a plush yacht or a festive old-world ship to guide you around the sights and shorelines of the crystal-clear blue lake.

Emerald Bay
Designated as a National Natural Landmark in 1969, the rugged natural features of Emerald Bay are perhaps the most beautiful sight found in the South Lake Tahoe area. Also distinguished in 1994 as an underwater state park, one of the most intriguing of all the attractions to be found in Emerald Bay is the bevy of sunken ships, the majority of which were utilized in the construction of Vikingsholm, a 38-room mansion built in 1929 on the shore of Emerald Bay.

Reno, Nevada
If you feel the need to return to civilization for a day or two, the wild western city of Reno, Nevada makes for an enchanting visit. Only a ninety-minute drive away, Reno, NV is loaded with action, entertainment and adventure for thrill seekers and gamblers. And for families, Reno has several family-friendly attractions to explore.

South Lake Tahoe Calendar of Events
Visit TahoeSouth.com, the official website for South Lake Tahoe, to find out what's happening during your upcoming stay.

More Lake Tahoe Activities
Visit TahoesBest.com for more information on things to do in Lake Tahoe!