Lake Tahoe is a freshwater lake in an area known as the Sierra Nevada. Two thirds of the shoreline is in California, and one third is in Nevada. Tahoe is the highest lake in the United States and the largest alpine lake in North America. Its 275 days of sunshine along with its wide range of activities make the Lake Tahoe Nevada tourism a popular venture.
Lake Tahoe Nevada tourism usually encompasses world class skiing, casinos, adventure vacations or eco-tourism. With 300-500 inches of snow fall each year, six 24 hour casinos and clear, 99.9% pure lake water, visitors are guaranteed to enjoy their stay at Lake Tahoe, especially if they’re itching to ski Lake Tahoe Nevada. During the summer, Lake Tahoe Nevada tourism often involves water sports, hiking, fishing and mountain biking. Come winter, skiing, snowshoeing, sleigh rides, snowmobiling, sledding and tubing are popular activities.
Lake Tahoe Nevada casino businesses stay open all year round. The casino at Caesar’s Lake Tahoe offers a variety of table and video games, slot machines and a race and sports book. Elvis Presley fans will want to visit the Horizon Casino resort, where “The King” gave some of his best Nevada concerts. Other Lake Tahoe Nevada casino options include Harrah’s and the Lakeside Inn and Casino.
If all of this Lake Tahoe Nevada casino information sounds too good to be true, here’s some even better news: It’s possible to find cheap hotels in Lake Tahoe Nevada! The Quality Inn & Suites Casino Area is within walking distance of Lake Tahoe and ½ mile from the casinos. The Best Western Timber Cove Lodge is situated on Lake Tahoe’s south shore. If you are a skier, golfer or casino lover, check out the rates at the Lake Tahoe Days Inn Ski Resort/Golf Area. This cheap Lake Tahoe Nevada hotel is located near the ski areas and the casinos. A free shuttle bus is available to take you to many of the Lake Tahoe, Nevada attractions.
Speaking of ski areas, some people believe that one of the top 10 things skiers should do before they die is ski Lake Tahoe Nevada. The Lake Tahoe ski area consists of seven fantastic resorts which all share Tahoe’s sunshine, blue skies and great snow! With a ski season that runs from November to May, you will have plenty of time to experience all that these fantastic ski areas to offer. Most of the Lake Tahoe ski resorts straddle Nevada and California simultaneously. Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe is located 25 minutes form the Reno Airport. Its 8,260 foot elevation allows you to enjoy spectacular panoramic views of Lake Tahoe to the west and the whole state of Nevada to the east. Even better, there are plenty of cheap Lake Tahoe Nevada hotels located in the town of Reno, so you need not break the bank if you wish to ski Lake Tahoe Nevada.