GET YOU’RE LAZY ON!
Heavenly Hill is one of the best Skiing Destinations in the US. But lets talk about everything else.
Heavenly Hill Tubing4080 Lake Tahoe Boulevard, South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150 Everyone loves the thrill and excitement of snow tubing, if you’ve never experienced it, this is a must. The only drawback for years was once you slide down to the bottom of the mountain side you would find yourself having to trek back up on foot carrying you’re tube. This can get quite exhausting in the extreme elevation and cold temps. Why not ride back up the mountain side in a temperature controlled tube on a electric people mover. Many fun lovers actually sit in their tubes kick back and simply enjoy the ride back up. A perfect adventure for non-skiers or just basically for the intentionally lazy! A perfect adventure for non-skiers or just basically for the intentionally lazy! Why put any effort forward when gravity hurls you down the mountain side. Overlooking the sapphire-blue waters of Lake Tahoe, Heavenly is one of the most unique year round outdoor recreation destinations on the planet. The summer activities at Heavenly Mountain Resort are a must-do during your trip to Lake Tahoe. Start with a scenic ride up the gondola, then choose from one of many other adventures! Tour through the trees on a zip line tour, a thrilling ride on one of our zip lines, Challenge yourself on one of three ropes course, Cruise on a 4X4 tour, Choose from over 12 climbing routes on our 30 foot climbing wall or slide down the hill on our summer tubing hill. There’s the perfect activity for every member of your group. MUST DO THINGS TO DO IN SOUTH LAKE TAHOE
Sledding is a fun an easily accessible winter sport that’s festive and fun for the whole family.
But what’s also great about sledding compared to other winter sports is that it’s inexpensive and can be done anywhere where there’s a hill and some snow!
Overlooking the sapphire-blue waters of Lake Tahoe, Heavenly is one of the most unique year round outdoor recreation destinations on the planet.
The summer activities at Heavenly Mountain Resort are a must-do during your trip to Lake Tahoe. choose from one of many other adventures!
Yes, tickets are required and they’re not really cheap, but they are worth it. (you can get a $15 food & beverage voucher for $10 when you buy your gondola ticket.
CAMPING IN SOUTH LAKE TAHOE
9 Best Campgrounds at South Lake Tahoe, CA
South Lake Tahoe is one of the most popular areas around the lake. You can find private, city-operated, and government-run campgrounds. Some have only a dozen campsites or less; others can accommodate 200 to 300 tents and RVs.
Campgrounds only operate from spring until fall, usually from mid-May to mid-October, but some campgrounds may have a more limited season depending on the year and conditions.
Pets and camping in the Lake Tahoe area don’t mix well. Many of the commercial operations do not accept pets. In the state parks, dogs are not allowed on any of the trails or beaches, but they are allowed in some of the campgrounds on a leash.
D.L Bliss State Park Campground
D.L. Bliss State Park has one of the most scenic locations on Lake Tahoe. A beautiful stretch of golden sand, bounded by impressive rock outcroppings, lines the waterfront. The water is crystal clear, and in the distance, you can see the mountains on the opposite shore.
Kayakers can put in from the beach and explore the shores, children can play in the shallow water, and hikers can access the popular Rubicon hiking trail directly from the park.
The park’s campground is set high up above the lake, with sites closest to the lake offering glimpses of the water through the pine trees. Sites are set in a heavily wooded area and are generally well-spaced and private.
The campground is divided into five loops, all of which are more than acceptable. The Beach Camp Loop, which includes sites 142 to 165, is closest to the beach and is the most desirable camping area in the park.
Sites can be reserved online up to six months in advance. Note that the campground is not designed for large RVs. The maximum size is 18 feet, and the maximum size for a trailer is 15 feet. Showers and a dump station are available.
All food must be stored in the storage lockers provided, as black bears are prevalent.
Meeks Bay Resort and Marina
If you are looking for more amenities and a summer camp or resort type of atmosphere, Meeks Bay Resort and Marina is the perfect choice. Along the waterfront of Meeks Bay is a large, crescent-shaped beach with shallow water, perfect for young children.
The resort backing the beach is a large-scale operation, with cabins overlooking the lake, a beachside restaurant, and a campground.
This is a big campground with spacious sites, towering pine trees, and easy access to the beach. The campground offers tent and RV sites, full hookups, some pull-through sites, and restrooms and showers. Pets of any kind are not accepted at this resort.
Reservations should be made as far out as possible and are accepted online the first week of May for the following summer.
Official site: https://meeksbayresort.com/