Haven’t visited our old-fashioned Lake Tahoe ice cream parlor yet? Stop in for a tasty treat you’ll remember long after you’ve gone home.
Nothing hits the spot on a hot summer day like a scoop of sweet, creamy ice cream. If you haven’t visited Richardson’s Ice Cream Parlor yet, stop in today to see what all the buzz is about. Camp Richardson’s very own old-fashioned ice cream parlor offers 18 flavors of premium Crystal Creamery ice cream, frozen yogurt and sherbet to choose from (plus two or three special flavors each day) set atop a traditional cake or waffle cone.
From the always-popular mint chocolate chip and decadent Kona coffee to rich pralines and cream and the kid-pleasing bubble gum, Richardson’s has something for everyone. But be sure to bring your appetite; we pile our scoops extra high to give you loads of creamy goodness to enjoy. At just $3.00 for a kid’s scoop, $4.00 for a single scoop and $5.00 for a belt-busting double scoop, it’s the sweetest deal in town.
Craving something other than a cone? Like any good old-fashioned Lake Tahoe ice cream parlor, Richardson’s offers a variety of mouthwatering cone alternatives: Try a brownie sundae, banana split, milkshake, root beer float, or this season’s new hit, apple pie a la mode. Up for a challenge? Take on our towering Camp Richardson Sundae: three heaping scoops of your favorite ice cream flavors, two scrumptious toppings (think Oreo cookies, hot fudge, Heath Bar, peanut butter, caramel, and rainbow sprinkles), mounds of fluffy whipped cream, and a cherry on top — perfect for sharing with that special someone or tackling by yourself.
Surrounded by soaring pine trees, Richardson’s Ice Cream Parlor is the perfect place to kick up your feet at one of our outdoor tables and indulge in a tasty treat while taking in the natural beauty that makes Lake Tahoe special. Come in today and start making sweet memories with your friends and family!
Richardson’s Lake Tahoe Ice Cream Parlor is open daily from 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. until September 5, then on weekends only until October 2 when it closes for the season.