What to Do in Lake Tahoe in Springtime?
Sure there's plenty of spring skiing to be found yet what if you'd like to just get outside and enjoy the crisp clean air of the High Sierra? We have a great list to keep you and yours active throughout the spring time season at Tahoe.
Be sure to book your vacation rental in North Lake Tahoe ahead of time as we expect to see a very busy spring season ahead.
Bring the whole family to enjoy the return of the annual WinterWonderGrass Music and Brews Festival to Squaw Valley April 6 – 8. It’s an event that has SOLD OUT for the past three years and with great reasons! Focused on “quality over quantity,” the festival organizers believe their intimate setting is the perfect location for locals and visitors alike to enjoy music, brews, food, and much more. The best news, they continually donate back to our local non-profit organizations. For tickets and more information, visit their website at WinterWonderGrassTahoe.com.
Lake Tahoe's most scenic wilderness snowshoe tours will occur as long as the snow sticks around - so make your plans today to head to the High Sierra! Lake Tahoe Snowshoe Tour company offers a nice selection of options during the day, and nightime too, that are complete with equipment and personal guides who know the area and share their insight on the environment and area's history as well. To make your reservation, visit their website at LakeTahoeSnowshoeTours.com. For a complete list of snowshoe trails in Tahoe, click here.
The North Lake Tahoe fishing region is home to streams, rivers and smaller bodies of water and the clear blue of the big lake. Whether you enjoy casual shore fishing or you’re looking to charter a boat, you’ve got limitless options for water - and a whole lot of fish tales to come. For a complete guide to where the best spots are to toss a line, or for a professional guide service for fishing Lake Tahoe, click right here.