Visiting Tahoe? Don’t miss the Shops at Heavenly Village! Located at the base of the Heavenly Mountain Resort Gondola (and a close walk to the casinos), this area offers great dining, live music, an 8-plex movie theater, over 40 shops (including both local and national brands), a lift up the mountain and even ice skating or mini golf! Some of our favorite choices? Driftwood Cafe, Azul Latin Kitchen and Base Camp Pizza Co.!
*The parking garage behind the shops is free for guests of the cinema! It’s also $5 after 5pm during non-holidays, and $10 after 5pm on holidays.
It’s almost time for the Daytona 500! If you’ll be visiting us during the next month or two, check out these events:
Rolex 24 at the Daytona International Speedway (January 26th-27th): This endurance sports car classic has attracted racing legends since 1962. From sunrise to sunset to sunrise again, this twice-around-the-clock marathon is intense!
Historic North Turn Legends Beach Parade (February 9th): This free event is held in honor of Daytona’s historic beach racing days. Vintage race cars from 1948-1958 will parade down the beach beginning at 10:30 a.m.
And the big one… Daytona 500! (February 17th): This year, the Daytona 500 celebrates its 61st running! This event usually sells out, so make your plans now.
Another popular choice? Hanging at our beachside pool while grilling on the BBQs and then catching some shade under our beautiful tiki huts… enjoy!
Starting making your plans for the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo! This huge event was established in 1949 and draws over 2 million visitors each year. Between February 7th and 24th, you can enjoy rodeos, horse and livestock shows, live music, a carnival, a petting zoo, a craft beer tap room and many other events.
If you’ll be visiting in January, check out some of the pre-rodeo events:
Let’s Rodeo Ball (January 19th)
The Cowgirls Live Forever Scholarship Luncheon and Fashion Show (January 22nd)
Bar-B-Que Kick-Off and Festival (January 25th)
Find all the information and buy your tickets here!
Planning a visit to Tahoe this winter? There’s always plenty to do, whether you prefer skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, snow mobiling… or perhaps staying by a warm fire. But that beautiful winter wonderland also means hazardous road conditions, so please remember to bring a safe and dependable vehicle. We recommend 4-wheel drive (if the weather is worse than that, stay inside with a warm drink!).
Haven’t made your winter plans yet? We occasionally have some rental availability at both our Eagles’ Nest and Tahoe Village locations. Contact our Reservations Department for more information. As always, our members get priority and the lowest rates!