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The Lake Tahoe Blog

Lake Tahoe is home to more than 290 species of birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, and fish; including the black bear, Northern Goshawk, the coyote, the yellow-bellied marmot, red fox, Mallard duck, Kokanee Salmon, and many more!  While it is very easy to get caught up in our busy active lives enjoying all that Tahoe has to offer, we must reme

Let's face it - Lake Tahoe is by no means a cheap place to travel to, but one could also argue that few places worth visting are! Our recommendation: Save the bucks for the big stuff (like that dream lake front rental), and try some free (or close to it) activities in the Lake Tahoe Basin that will help you avoid breaking the bank this summer.

Lake Tahoe is renowned for its crystal clear blue water and miraculous sandy beaches.  However, it our responsibility as a community, comprised of locals and tourists alike, to make a bigger difference by uniting efforts to keep our lake water clear and beaches clean. 

Who can help?

Despite the drought, Lake Tahoe wildflowers are blooming off the charts, more abundant and vibrant than ever before!  From the oranges and reds of Indian Paintbrush, to the whites of Yarrow and Glacier Lilies, to the purples of sweet scented Lupines, colorful blossoms are popping up everywhere—in town, along our plentiful hiking trails, and on t

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