YOUR YEAR-ROUND PLAYGROUND
For those who seek a life that is wrapped with endless things to do and see in and around Incline Village, NV, look no further than North Lake Tahoe. Be it spring, summer, winter, or fall, there is no question you will find more than enough entertainment, activities, arts and culture and so much more.
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Be it building snowmen on the beach or taking in all there is to do throughout the backcountry, Lake Tahoe is a winter wonderland for all to enjoy. For a complete list of things to do in the great outdoors during this beautiful time of the year, visit this list of winter activities in North Lake Tahoe now.
Springtime in the Sierra
Springtime brings out the best of Mother Nature throughout the Sierra. Make time this year to visit us during the spring when the wildflowers come to life. From the edge of the Lake to the highest peaks, you will find endless ways to enjoy the diverse options of spring in the Sierra. Ski in the morning, hit the links during the day, and kayak into the sunset. Look at this list for more ideas about things to do in the spring in Lake Tahoe.
Summer Time is Fun Time
When is the last time you built a sandcastle with your kids? Make it this summer where our sunny skies and crystal clear lakes and streams await you and yours. Right here in Incline Village, we have a long list of activities you can enjoy right here in town. Like to golf? Rather challenge the hills or mountains? How about a game of Disc Golf or Tennis? Thanks to the Incline Village General Improvement District, they offer programs and venues throughout the summer (and year-round) to keep you active and having fun all season long.
Fall Into Tahoe
Without question, the fall season in the Sierra is spectacular. If you have never experienced the change from summer to fall, this year is the time to put it on your Bucket List. The colors are just the beginning. Locals call it ‘the quiet season’ for all the right reasons. It’s when life naturally slows down and opens opportunities for all of us to get outside and experience all that fall has to offer. From flyfishing our crystal clear streams, to kayaking the rivers and lakes, and taking in long days on the links, it’s all here for you to enjoy.