Centrally located, the North Shore of Lake Tahoe is ideal for those seeking easy access to good music, good food, and good skiing. Live musicians frequently play at local venues, including summertime music on the beach. Two 9-hole golf courses offer fun lunchtime getaways. Innovative businesses and community members ensure there is always something happening on the North Shore.
Whether in a deluxe lakefront home or a 70s A-frame, many North Shore residents enjoy immediate trail access and neighborhood perks like public and private beach and piers. A paved bike path connects Tahoe City to Old County neighborhood, with further extension planned to extend to Tahoe Vista. Beaches like Moon Dunes and Kings Beach State Recreation Area are perfect for playing in the sand, wading into the shallows, or wind surfing during a perfect storm.
A dozen downhill ski resorts are within a 15-mile radius of the North Shore. Community recreational areas like North Tahoe Regional Park in Tahoe Vista boasts 124 acres of recreational opportunities, while the nonprofit and Nordic ski area Tahoe Cross-Country offers 50+ kilometers of groomed trails in winter and access to miles of mountain biking, hiking, and running trails in summer.
Buying on the North Shore means entering an active community of people who appreciate long nature trails, a fun night on the town, and all the beauty Tahoe has to offer.