This year marks the 40th Anniversary of Perennial Vacation Club! In our latest club newsletter, you can find information about our history, health and safety updates, beautiful photographs of some of the latest remodels and improvements, and much, much more! For the first time, our annual newsletter is being sent via email and text only, which saves the club money on printing costs (and is good for the environment, too). Check it out here!
Interested in spending the holidays in Tahoe this year? We sometimes have openings at Tahoe Village and the Eagles’ Nest during Christmas and/or New Year’s week. If you’re dreaming of holidays spent skiing or lounging by a fire, check with our Reservations Department for information about our 2020 availability and upgrade fees.
A unique way to explore Lake Tahoe, and one of its most historic estates, is to cruise a 1950 woody to Thunderbird Lodge. The cruise begins on the east shore, where the captain and crew will offer you a continental breakfast along with a fascinating history of this beautiful area. Once you reach Thunderbird Lodge, you’ll enjoy a walking tour of the estate, including the Thunderbird Yacht (one of the most valuable wood boats in the world), followed by a picnic lunch overlooking one of the most beautiful views you’ll ever see. This cruise is a delightful, one-of-a-kind experience, and we highly recommend it! Find more information here. Or choose from a range of other tours, by land or boat, to explore this unique area.
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!