NORTH LAKE TAHOE IS HOME TO THE LARGEST ALPINE LAKE IN NORTH AMERICA. SURROUNDED BY THE SIERRA NEVADA MOUNTAIN RANGE,
THE REGION BOASTS DOZENS OF SANDY BEACHES, HUNDREDS OF MILES OF PRISTINE TRAILS AND TWELVE INDIVIDUAL MOUNTAIN COMMUNITIES.
All Lake Tahoe Dance Festival performances take place in Tahoe City or Truckee, California. The region is conveniently located adjacent to Interstate 80 in the heart of the Sierra Nevada mountains.
Located 45 minutes from the Reno-Tahoe International Airport and four hours from San Francisco,
visitors can ditch the car this summer, and opt for a sustainable way to travel to and around the lake.
GETTING TO THE LAKE
Take the California Zephyr train, bus or choose from over
20 nonstop flights to the Reno-Tahoe International Airport.
GETTING AROUND THE LAKE
While in the region, rent a bike (using Lake Tahoe Bicycle Coalition’s interactive map),
hop on the Nifty 50 Trolley or Tahoe Area Regional Transport shuttle.
Let Tahoe Getaways, with its extensive list of vacation homes throughout North Tahoe and Truckee, help you find the perfect rental in Tahoe to enjoy this magical place and access all your favorite activities from your doorstep. Tahoe Getaways offers both great service and rental homes as extraordinary as their majestic setting.
Enjoy a 10% discount using the code TGDANCE with the link below when booking your trip to the Lake Tahoe Dance Festival!
Basecamp Tahoe City is a boutique hotel built for exploring the incredible lakes, trails, and mountains in the Lake Tahoe Basin. Our accommodations are located in the heart of Tahoe City, a short 5 minute walk to the lake and right here in Downtown Tahoe City.
Our 24 stylish rooms are designed for adventure and relaxation seekers alike, with the amenities and style of a modern resort, but at more reasonable prices. Come stay with us and let our Basecamp Hotel lodging be your springboard for your Lake Tahoe adventure.
Basecamp Hotel Tahoe City is happy to partner with the Lake Tahoe Dance Collective to extend a special 20% savings to guests attending the 2022 Lake Tahoe Dance Festival in July! Call 530-580-8430 and reference the code LTDANCE2022 for assistance booking.
Located across the street from the great blue lake, Pepper Tree Inn is conveniently located in central Tahoe City, just a hop, skip, and a jump from restaurants, shops, trails, museum, the beach, the slopes, and splendid view points. Our multi-story building offers exquisite lakefront views and a glimmer of Tahoe’s endless wonders and outdoor adventures.
Pepper Tree Inn, located at the heart of Tahoe City tells its own unique story. Built in anticipation of the 1960 winter Olympics, with its mountain décor, amazing views of the Summit, and Lake Tahoe’s crystal clear waters. It’s the perfect getaway!
The Pepper Tree Inn is happy to partner with the Lake Tahoe Dance Collective to extend a special 20% savings to guests attending the 2022 Lake Tahoe Dance Festival in July!
Call 530-583-3711 and reference the code LTDANCE2022 for assistance booking.
Emerald Bay is a short drive from Tahoe City and can be accessed via Highway 89. It is the only inlet on the lake and is home to Lake Tahoe’s only island, Fannette Island. Emerald Bay is located within Emerald Bay State Park and spans 1,533 acres. Emerald Bay State Park is home to many landmarks, but most famously, the park is home to Vikingsholm Castle, a popular tourist destination rich in history and architecture. A National landmark, Vikingsholm is one mile downhill from Highway 89 and offers tours daily in the summer.
The Yoga Room is a space for all things Yoga. Asana, community, support, self-growth. This is a space for us to share the human experience. Sign up for the class that best aligns with your spirit on our updated online schedule.
The Yoga Room is located in Tahoe City, in the Cobblestone Center up the stairs above Uncorked Wine Bar. The studio has vaulted ceilings, plenty of natural light, and beautiful views of Lake Tahoe. Props including blocks, blankets, bolsters and straps are available for all students to use. Mats are available to rent for $2.
The Tahoe Rim Trail is a 165-mile long-distance hiking trail that forms a loop around the Lake Tahoe Basin in the Sierra Nevada and Carson ranges of California and Nevada in the United States. The trail ranges in elevation from 6,240 feet at the outlet of Lake Tahoe to 10,338 feet at Relay Peak in Nevada.
For trail maps and conditions, visit our friends at Tahoe Rim Trail Association to plan your perfect hike to see waterfalls, wildflowers and the best views of Lake Tahoe.
Alpenglow Sports is an original California Mountain Shop that has been providing locals and visitors with inspiration, local knowledge and the best equipment to enjoy the great outdoors since 1979.
Based in Tahoe City, we take pride in being community, socially and environmentally responsible to ensure Lake Tahoe stays one of the best places to play, visit, and live in California.
The Gatekeeper's Museum and Watson Cabin place emphasis on the cultural and geographical histories that influenced the development of North Lake Tahoe. The Marion Steinbach Indian Basket Museum places emphasis on the historical and contemporary basketry traditions of western North America, and seeks to promote cultural awareness through programming in collaboration and consultation with native American weavers and scholars.
Our “art, jewelry, and stuff” is an ever-rotating collection of handmade items — ceramics and pottery, wallets, purses and bags, knitted wears and hand screen printed t-shirts, aromatherapy, and all sorts of housewares. Nearly all of our products are made right here in Lake Tahoe, Truckee, Reno, and surrounding areas.
While shopping at Trunk Show, you can also pick up tickets for the Lake Tahoe Dance Festival!
WINE & DINE
Since opening in 1978, we have developed a style of East-West cuisine and professional service that illustrates our reputation for and dedication to excellence. Creativity stemming from the basic skills of tradition is the challenge we love and readily embrace. Our location is a bonus as we are beside a beautiful alpine lake, atop the Sierra Nevada mountains, where the summers are paradise and the winters are a snowy-wonderland.
Za’s is a legend in Tahoe City. Anyone who lived or frequented North Lake Tahoe area in the late 1990’s or early 2000’s will tell you that Za’s was one of their frequent haunts. Za’s is remembered as a cozy, relaxed joint, you could bring the entire family and everyone would enjoy their meal.
In 2005 owner and chef Jonny Roscher decided to close Za’s and take his culinary talents on the road as a private chef for John Force Race Team.
As all who have traveled will tell you, life on the road is wearing and in 2013 Jonny decided that it was time to reopen Za’s, back in its original location behind Pete ‘n Peters in downtown Tahoe City. In the summer of 2018, Za’s moved to a beautiful NEW Tahoe City lakefront location – tripling their dining area! Za’s Lakefront still offers the same mountain casual atmosphere, but now offers both lunch, dinner, a full bar and the BEST view in North Lake Tahoe!
Thanks to a childhood spent in the kitchen with the Portuguese women in her family, Allison Sayles was baking professionally at 19-years-old while also attending New England Culinary Institute. Shortly after graduation, she moved to North Lake Tahoe to immerse herself in the food industry.
After working as a baker at prominent local restaurants, Allison decided to lease a space so she could bake her own treats in her spare time. “A friend of mine convinced me to open the door one day a week. I told myself that as long as I could cover the cost of the food, I’d keep going.” One day turned into two, which turned into three, and so on — until 2013, when Allison and her husband, Brett, officially opened Sugar Pine Cakery in Tahoe City’s Lake Forest neighborhood on the North Shore of Lake Tahoe.
In June 2018, ‘Sugar Pine Cakery’ became ‘Sugar Pine Cakery & Cafe’ to accommodate the addition of fresh sandwiches and soups. Just like their baked goods, all items on the menu are made with ingredients that are in season, local, and organic (whenever possible). Grandma would be proud.