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Tahoe Tourist Attractions

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View of Lake Tahoe from Emerald Bay and Eagle Falls

It is no wonder that Tahoe attracts millions of visitors from all over the globe - there is a wide variety of stunning landscapes, natural playgrounds to explore, and man-made attractions to enjoy. Only here can one experience the likes of stunning coastal drives, thrilling outdoor activities, scenic tours, and historic museums and landmarks. To learn more about what to see and do on your next visit, check out the following top tourist attractions.

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~Take a tour of the historic Hellman-Ehrman Mansion located at Sugar Pine Point State Park. Finished in 1903, this home was considered to be the best of the best in the high sierra. After the tour, enjoy a picnic on the beautiful Sugar Pine Beach or rent some kayaks and paddle boards to get out on the water. Visit their website for information on tour rates and parking fees.

Lake Forest Beach is a free day-use park within the neighborhood of Lake Forest Glen, a few miles outside of Tahoe City. The beach is a secluded, sandy and pebbly shoreline.