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SF Gate

Slope Dope: Snow sliders -- get ready for COMING ATTRACTIONS

Camp Richardson's Snowshoe Cocktail Race is featured as a Coming Attraction.


Tahoe Daily Tribune

Camp Richardson Resort's snowshoe cocktail races return to Lake Tahoe

Snowshoe Cocktail Races at The Beacon Bar and Grill, a unique, seasonal competition (with a splash of spirits), returns this weekend. Enjoy food and drink specials at this free event. Races include a total of five heats: men's and women's sprints, men's and women's obstacles, and a team relay.


CBS Boston

Best Snowy Destinations For A Cozy Cottage Getaway

Camp Richardson Resort made this national list of recommended cozy winter getaways! A great way to get a fresh start on the New Year is to get away from it all and stay in a magical winter wonderland to enjoy favorite seasonal pastimes, such as skiing or snowboarding.


The Mercury News

Inn-Escapable: Camp Richardson Historic Resort, Lake Tahoe

A charmingly rustic resort with few phones and televisions, this is a warm and friendly pocket of yesteryear, built in 1924 and decked out in Old Tahoe style furnishings.


The Mercury News

Tahoe treks: Bike (or snowshoe) around Big Blue

Hop on your bike -- or strap on your snowshoes -- for a jaunt along the shores of South Lake Tahoe for a memorable way to explore Big Blue.


Reminiscent of a time when friendship was a lifelong endeavor and vacation meant leaving your troubles at the door. A year-round Lake Tahoe destination resort of pure relaxation offering historic Tahoe lodging, camping, boating, biking, beach-going, lakeside dining, cross-country skiing, sleigh rides, and more. All on the south shore of one of the most beautiful alpine lakes in the world, Lake Tahoe, and just minutes from world-class ski/board resorts and casinos.

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