Lake Tahoe - Where California and Nevada Meet

Positioned in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of the United States, Lake Tahoe is one of the country's largest freshwater lakes and is a popular destination all year round. It is the largest alpine lake, and second-deepest in North America, at an impressive 1,945 feet deep.

The lake itself is located along the border between California and Nevada, just west of Carson City. It is known for the clarity of its water and its gorgeous panorama of surrounding mountain ranges. It is also home to a large handful of ski resorts, summer outdoor recreation activities and multiple tourist attractions.


Lake Tahoe is often referred to as the perfect year round destination, boasting never-ending idyllic weather. Tahoe boasts 300 days of warm sunshine each year, making summer an excellent time to visit. Choose to bike around the lake, kayak or canoe across its crystal clear waters, or become familiar with the thrills and spills of a jet ski.


During the winter months the area becomes a hive of activity with avid skiers and those seeking fun in the snow. Each year brings with it copious amounts of snow, creating a winter wonderland that never fails to disappoint visitors. Popular ski resorts include Sugar Bowl, Alpine Meadows and Diamond Peak, which all boast fantastic opportunities for skiers and snow boarders.

The Nightlife

The nightlife in these parts is another major attraction of the area. In South Lake Tahoe be sure to check out the Stateline Casino Corridor which offers a colorful combination of comedy, headliner entertainment, restaurants and casinos. The north side of Lake Tahoe also boasts an impressive entertainment scene and is known as a virtual breeding ground for arts, music, and cultural and family activities. This impressive array of cultural and entertainment activities makes Tahoe a destination even the hardest to impress will struggle to fault.

Where to Stay

KOA of South Lake Tahoe

This RV park offers top facilities that will make your RV rental adventure in Lake Tahoe one to remember. There are a large variety of RV sites on offer, which each supplying full hook-ups. Enjoy the pleasant heated pool and a close proximity to the lake's edges.

Tahoe State Recreation Area

This campground offers a total of 31 RV sites and can accommodate travelers with large vehicles. Facilities in the campground include toilets, showers, picnic sites, a general store, laundry and a fishing pier.

Lake Tahoe truly is a wonderful place to spend an RV vacation. Whether you visit in summer or winter, you are sure to find something fun and exciting to see and experience. In fact, once you have visited you can be sure Lake Tahoe will make the list of your favorite holiday destinations; if not, top it!