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SOUTH LAKE TAHOE — In alignment with current federal, state and local guidance for social distancing and to ensure health and safety of its employees, visitors and volunteers, the USDA Forest Service Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit has temporarily closed national forest recreation sites and areas in the South Shore Recreation Corridor. The closures were effective as of Monday, April 13, 2020. READ MORE
SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. – You can add the 27th annual Renaissance Festival to the list of event casualties brought about by the novel coronavirus. Add the 71st annual Highway 50 Wagon Train and two long-running events will be taking the year 2020 off. READ MORE
Schools are closed, large events and music festivals have been cancelled, and even some ski resorts have decided to shutter as of press time for Tahoe Weekly. So, now that the kids are out of school unexpectedly and many people may be working remotely or not all, what is there to do so we don’t all go stir crazy? The No. 1 thing is to get outside. READ MORE
Spring Loaded, Tahoe South’s largest spring season event, March 9 through April 5, will feature four weeks of celebrations on and off the slopes, live music festivals and a plethora of lodging, dining and après specials. Activities will reflect the unique nature of one of the country’s leading winter destinations. READ MORE
LAKE TAHOE, Calif./Nev. – The public is invited to explore the future of Lake Tahoe’s West Shore during one of three public opportunities offered by the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency, USDA Forest Service Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit, and Tahoe Transportation District. The State Route 89 Recreation Corridor Management Plan outlines the projects needed to improve the visitor experience, reduce traffic congestion, and preserve the environment from South Lake Tahoe to Tahoma. READ MORE
Whether you like the mountains or the ocean, kitschy hometown festivals or Mardi Gras bonanzas, this weekend’s events are sure to please. Read on! READ MORE
In an effort to raise money for the wildlife affected by the Australian bushfires, Jesse O’Hara, an Australian native, said he will attempt to swim the 21 miles across the lake in July.
Despite living in Australia, O’Hara and his wife visit Lake Tahoe every year, as his wife is from the Bay Area.
“I’ve often looked at the lake and just been captured by its glory and have always felt compelled to swim across it,” he said. “After the bushfire crisis in Australia I felt like I needed to help raise some awareness and help raise some funds for the rebuild and rehabilitation of our animals,” he said. READ MORE
THE SERIES OF COCKTAIL RACES BEGINS AT CAMP RICHARDSON
Do you think you have what it takes to run this beachside obstacle? If you didn’t make it up this past weekend don’t worry. The next races on February 15th and March 21st at 7pm. It’s FREE to race and snowshoes are provided. Come up to Visit Lake Tahoe South and join the rowdy crowd. READ MORE
SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. – If you have never experienced snowshoeing, this is your chance! If you can walk, you can snowshoe! You don’t have to race, just have fun during the annual Eric Nageotte Memorial “Fresh Tracks” 5K Snowshoe Walk and Race on Sunday, February 23, 2020, at 10:00 a.m. at beautiful Historic Camp Richardson Resort. This event is being sponsored by the Tahoe Mountain Milers Running Club. READ MORE