Ready to plan a fall adventure to Tahoe? Here are some of our favorite activities during this beautiful time of year:
Oktoberfest can be found various places and dates from late September through October. Visit Camp Richardson during the first weekend in October or Squaw Valley on September 19th.
The Kokanee Salmon Festival at Taylor Creek celebrates the fall migration of the Kokanee salmon. This free family event is held October 3rd and 4th. This year, for the first time ever, the Lahontan National Fish Hatchery will release 5,000 large Pilot Peak Lahontan cutthroat trout into their home waters of Lake Tahoe. The public is invited to the restocking of the 12″-14″ sized trout over the course of the weekend.
Apple Hill is open year-round but is always fun during autumn. Pick apples, sample apple ciders and apple pies, visit a winery and enjoy the fall colors!
Do you have your own favorite activities in Tahoe during fall? Please share!
One of the best ways to use a Perennial Vacation Club membership is by traveling during Stretch Weeks. During these weeks, you can stretch your week 3 extra days, at no extra cost! Dreaming about your 2021 travels? These are the weeks to keep in mind:
Bandera Bonanza: January 2 – February 27 (weeks 1-9)
Tahoe Spring Fling: April 17 – May 8 (weeks 16-19)
Daytona Delight: September 11 – October 2 (weeks 37-40)
*Stretch weeks are only offered to Perennial Vacation Club members. Interested in joining the fun? Find more information about the club here.
In between washing our hands and disinfecting, we’re looking ahead to warm summer days and dreaming of new adventures! Here are some of the many wonderful events happening in Tahoe this summer (we’re keeping our fingers crossed that they can go forward as planned):
Valhalla Renaissance Fair: Hosted at Camp Richardson June 6th and 7th, this family-friendly celebration features live events, food and drink, artisan crafts and more.
4th of July Lights on the Lake Fireworks: Each year, Lake Tahoe puts on a spectacular fireworks show to celebrate the 4th. NBC’s Today Show calls it one of the top fireworks display in the country! Follow the link to find some of the top spots to view the event.
Feel like dining right on the lake? Riva Grill is open daily for lunch and dinner and has some of the best views around!
There are also spectacular views (and great food) to be found at Brook’s Bar and Deck at Edgewood Tahoe, which features award-winning pub fare. (Golf Digest selected it as a “best golf pub” in 2016!)
Or enjoy good German food and bier (along with trivia and open mic nights) at Himmel Haus.
Feel like something a bit cozier? Jimmy’s Restaurant (at The Landing) features several private dining alcoves, each with their own fireplace! There are also 5 fire pits on the patio and roof-top deck, which overlooks the lake.
Finally, another popular spot is McP’s Taphouse Grill, which has 40 beers on tap and live music every night.