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I love Lake Tahoe. It is one of the most beautiful places on the planet, and coming from me that is saying a lot. I’m not a Skier, but winter is my favorite time to go to the Lake. Summer, Fall and Spring are also wonderful seasons in Lake Tahoe, but I am enthralled by the snow and scenery during winter. Here are my favorite things to do in Lake Tahoe in winter! READ MORE
Each issue of Tahoe Weekly is packed with outdoor adventures, family fun outings, and scores of events and live music to enjoy. But if you don’t read every edition in print or at TheTahoeWeekly.com, follow us on Facebook or subscribe to our free e-edition, you’re missing out on a lot of what Tahoe has to offer… READ MORE
SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. – Camp Richardson Resort, known for its wonderful campgrounds and providing so many fun activities throughout the year for both Tahoe visitors and locals, was the Adopt A Day sponsor for Bread & Broth’s (B&B) Monday Meal on November 18. READ MORE
The lake is full and the crowds are sparse. Until the winter snow starts to pile up and the ski areas open, Tahoe’s fall shoulder season provides a rare chance to make the region your own at the lake, beaches and trails.
…historic Camp Richardson, with stately hotel, cabins, big campground, bikes, kayaks and SUPs for rent, an ice cream shop and the nearby Beacon Restaurant on the beach. The Beacon is our first choice for both tasty fish and chips, salads and people watching along Lake Tahoe’s western shore.
Want to make this adventure more fun and relaxing? End your trip by hopping on the Tahoe Water Taxi for a beautiful boat ride back to the dock at The Beacon Bar & Grill at Camp Richardson and you’ll be touring Lake Tahoe by bike and boat!
…swimming is a must on any warm-weather trip. But not all swim spots are created equal. We’ve rounded up some of our favorite iconic and off-the-radar places to take a dip and cool off this summer.
Here at Camp Richardson Historic Marina & Resort, there’s always something going on that is just too good to not share. What with the property’s 120 acres of shoreline on Lake Tahoe, it’s time to start blogging about the year-round outdoor recreation and multitude of lodging we offer. Perhaps it’s no surprise we’ve just started this blog, since we’re a resort where disconnecting with the day-to-day in order to connect with others happens daily. But before you disconnect, this is your go-to spot to get the scoop on what we’re enjoying the most at Camp Richardson at the moment.
Subscribe to our blog to also get tasty news from the Beacon Bar & Grill, our year-round, lakefront restaurant home to the infamous frosty cocktail, the Rum Runner. You won’t want to miss the live music lineup on the deck! Whether coming for the day or staying for a week, the outdoor activities and dining options are seemingly endless.
Also tune in here for seasonal updates, like how our full-service marina’s boat, jet ski, kayak and stand up paddleboard rentals are getting ready for you, or how the Mountain Sports Center is able to outfit your entire family with bike rentals for the nearby forested trails that are open. In the winter months, we’ll give you the latest on our cross country ski and snowshoe trails and winter gear rentals.
Not only does Camp Richardson offer incredible beauty and outdoor activities, it’s also one of the few historic sites around Lake Tahoe where you can stay. Cozy lake view cabins, the historic Hotel, and other rustic lodging and camping at Camp Richardson take you back to an old-timey Tahoe, without skimping on resort amenities like our General Store, Coffee Shop, and Ice Cream Parlor.
Ready to get in on the fun, history and scenic beauty at Camp Richardson? Contact us at 800.544.1801 or by sending an online lodging inquiry. The California sunshine and warm weather have us ready for action! Stay tuned for more updates as we slide into another spectacular season at Lake Tahoe.