What’s the best thing about South Lake Tahoe? You don’t have to choose. Lake or mountains? They’ve got both. Summer or winter? Either—every season is amazing. Luxury and adventure? Yes and yes. You see, you can have a rugged, adventure-packed visit and still enjoy the finer things in life when you visit South Lake Tahoe. Choose your favorites or choose it all; no matter what, you’ll be in awe of the rich experiences that await in South Lake Tahoe.
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Redding, California, is a city full of adventure opportunities! Find yourself on an e-bike tour, exploring the city and its surroundings in a fun and eco-friendly way, or out on Shasta Lake with endless opportunities for boating, fishing, water skiing, and swimming. Whatever you decide to do, though, be sure to end your day with a cool beverage from one of the local vineyards or breweries, to reflect on time well spent on your California vacation.
Madera County, California, is nestled at the southern entrance to Yosemite National Park. The list of things to do in and around Yosemite and Madera is lengthy year-round, from wine trails to train rides to horseback excursions. So no matter when you visit, come prepared for unforgettable adventures.
After making your way through a national forest, a national monument, and a national park, you’ll be ready to wind down in a peaceful village. Treat yourself to a fabulous dinner from locally sourced foods (with some local wine, of course), and a well-earned night’s sleep in one of the towns neighboring the parks.
Here, in the heart of California, giant sequoia trees reach unbelievable heights. The forests reach out wide, as well—stretching across two national parks, one national monument, and through a national forest. Neighboring all these protected lands are some delightful communities filled with history, art, and farm-fresh feasts.
Travel back in time to the late 1800s at this easy-to-access historical landmark in southern California! Boasting a wealth of history, outdoor activities, shopping, and can’t-miss events for the whole family, this old Western mining town offers something for everyone.
California’s Central Valley is the “farm” to the “fork,” offering unique agricultural experiences alongside outdoor activities.
Explore the Central Valley’s rich agricultural heritage and tour some of the country’s most iconic national parks.
From the peak of Mount Whitney to the depths of Death Valley—that’s how many options there are for things to do near Bishop, California. If that’s a bit extreme, here are a few more ideas: birding and fishing, cool rocks and hot springs, 4 wheel drive and all-star skies.
We’re no strangers to the beauty of Lake Tahoe, and we find it draws us back year after year. After all, there is always something new going on! Look no further for the newest adventures, bites, and places to rest your head during your next 48 hours in the Sierra Nevada.