Summertime in Tahoe is full of wonderful events and activities! Here are a few things we always look forward to:
- Harvey’s Summer Concert Series: Running from June through September, this year’s line-up includes Jackson Browne, Dave Matthews Band, Tim McGraw and more!
- Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival at Sand Harbor: Don’t miss this opportunity to enjoy live theater right on the lake! This year includes “The Taming of the Shrew” and the Million Dollar Quartet, as well as other live entertainment.
- Valhalla Renaissance Fair: Hosted at Camp Richardson June 1st and 2nd, 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.
- The Celebrity Golf Tournament at Edgewood: July 9th-14th, 80 pro athletes and Hollywood celebrities will compete in this ever-popular event on Lake Tahoe.
- Hot August Nights: Celebrating America’s love of classic cars and rock ‘n roll, this year’s event will be held in Virginia City on August 2nd-3rd and Reno/Sparks on August 6th-11th.
A tour of the historic Virginia City or a Thunderbird Lodge Tour (by land, boat or kayak) might round out those summer days… what are your favorite ways to spend summer in Tahoe?
Seafood restaurants in Daytona are always a favorite stop! Here are some places we love to visit:
A recent discovery (from one of our members–thank you for the tip!) is Hull’s Seafood Restaurant and Market in Ormond Beach. It has a great patio and delicious food at affordable prices.
Riptides Raw Bar & Grill (also in Ormond Beach) is home of the 12 foot shark! They offer live music and all-you-can-eat crab legs.
At Aunt Catfish’s on the River, you can dine directly on the Halifax river. They’re known for a spectacular Sunday brunch, and offer a wonderful family dining experience.
Racing’s North Turn sits on the very location where racing began in Daytona Beach. Here you can find a fun, ocean-front dining experience for the entire family.
A local favorite is Our Deck Down Under, which offers casual river-front dining for the entire family.
Have you discovered any favorites of your own? Please share!
Slow cookers can be a wonderful way to throw together a delicious meal. Here a few ideas for some summer-friendly, easy slow cooker recipes, perfect for use at home or on the road:
- Taste of Home: 35 Summer Slow Cooker Recipes for 100 Degree Days (buffalo chicken lasagna, bandit chili dogs, peachy baby back ribs…)
- Southern Living: Summer Slow-Cooker Recipes (lots of chicken recipes, brisket tacos, nachos…)
- All Recipes: The 8 Best Slow Cooker Recipes for Summer (lemon garlic chicken, meatballs, pepper steak…)
We have slow cookers available for our guests at most of our locations — just stop by the front desk and ask about checking one out. (While you’re there, don’t forget to explore our DVD and book libraries, which are also free to check out at all of our resorts.)
Do you have any favorite recipes for summer? Please share!
Located north of downtown San Antonio, the Pearl district was an active brewery from 1883 until 2001. At that time, the historic 22-acre area was transformed into restaurants, shops and so much more, including the third campus of The Culinary Institute of America.
Some of our favorite highlights include the bar at Hotel Emma, a year-round farmers market (every Saturday and Sunday) and the First Thursday Night Market, offered each month, featuring live music, dining and shopping specials from local vendors and artisans.
Find information about various events, parking and more here.