Category Archives: Lake Tahoe Sports

Fresh Powder in Lake Tahoe

Dust off your skis and come visit Lake Tahoe. Ski resorts are reporting up to two feet of fresh snow this morning.


We are up early in Lake Tahoe this morning enjoying the sunshine while digging out our cars and walkways. Many Thanksgiving visitors are heading home today so its the perfect time to take a personal day and enjoy the mountain. Expect chain controls over the mountain passes.

Heavenly Mountain Resort: 9″ of snow in the last 24 hours. The resort will have 1 percent of the mountain open: 35/4800 acres, 5/28 lifts open, 5/97 runs open.

Kirkwood: 14″ of snow in the last 24 hours. The resort will have 3 percent of their terrain open: 60/2300 acres, 3/15 lifts and 6/86 runs.

Sierra at Tahoe: 16″ (base) to 24″(summit) of snow in the last 24 hours. They will have 4 lifts and 3 trails open.

Sledding in Lake Tahoe

Sledding opportunities abound when you visit Lake Tahoe.

Visitors often risk life and limb by stopping along a busy highway when a slope of snow is spotted. This is so very unnecessary. There are a plethora of sledding opportunities available in Lake Tahoe. Plan a day of family fun that will not lead you to the emergency room. Let me help you find a safe place to play in the snow.  Tahoe offers both free and fee friendly sledding options.

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Fee Friendly

Adventure Mountain at the top of Echo Summit offers groomed sledding runs, sled & tube rental, snow play, sledding and tubing, snowshoe trails and rentals, and dining in The Lodge with store, cafe, and rental center! This is the perfect place for those who want to show up and pay for someone else to do all the work. Bring $30 cash for each vehicle you choose to park.

Once in the Park, you can use Visa for your other purchases. Sleds will run you $12 for the day, inner tubes are $30 for the day and helmets are $8 for the day. Please make your children wear a helmet and you should as well. You may purchase your equipment if you prefer. Snacks and meals are available for purchase or you may bring your food and “picnic” throughout the day.

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Adventure Mountain is located on Echo Summit at the top of Highway 50.

Boreal’s Playland is a children’s snow tubing park designed for the entire family. Playland offers groomed tubing lanes, moving carpet and quality tubes, with access to all the amenities of Boreal Mountain Resort. An all day pass for individuals 42 inches and taller will cost you $49.

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Located off Hwy. 80 about a 35 minute drive from North Lake Tahoe you at 19749 Boreal Ridge Road, Soda Springs, California.

Hansen’s Resort offers sledding and lodging right in the heart of South Lake Tahoe. Located on Ski Run at the Base of Heavenly Ski Resort, Hansen’s Resort provides the old Tahoe feel and hospitality it is famous for.  Sledding prices run about $20 an hour with discounts provided to those billeted at the resort.

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Hansen’s Resort is located at 1360 Ski Run Boulevard, just 11 block from Highway 50 in South Lake Tahoe, CA.

Blizzard Mountain offers “two lift-accessible snow tubing lanes, an expanded snow play and sledding area that allows little (and big) ones to explore the winter outdoors at their own pace, and visits from Ralston the snow bear all make Blizzard Mountain one of the most entertaining spots to spend an afternoon at the mountain.” Two hours of tubing fun will cost you $30 per person. You will also have access to all the amenities that Sierra-at-Tahoe has to offer.

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Sierra-at-Tahoe is located a t 1111 Sierra at Tahoe Road, Twin Bridges, California on Highway 50 on the west side of Echo Summit.

Heavenly Mountain Adventure Peak tubing runs are designed for the true daredevil in each of us. Named the “#1 Snow Tubing Hill” in the country by Fox News, this ride is for the serious outdoor adventurer. Four lanes, a 65 foot drop and open year round, you will not find a bigger adrenaline rush delivered by an inner tube hill. Kids must be 42 inches to ride. Tubing at Heavenly will cost you $30 an hour. As if it couldn’t get any better, you will have access to all the amenities that Heavenly Ski Resort has to offer. Stay at the Marriott Hotel South Lake Tahoe for convenience and luxury.

Heavenly Mountain Resort: Lake Tahoe, CA

Heavenly Ski Resort is located on Highway 50 in South Lake Tahoe just south of the Nevada State line.

North Tahoe Regional Park offers snow play and sledding for children and adults. A popular wintertime Park activity is the children’s sled hill at the park entrance. Through a partnership with North Tahoe Winter Adventures, you can ride the adult sledding hill or rent a snowmobile. A concession stand is also provided for your dining pleasure. Visit the park’s Facebook page for seasonal updates.

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North Tahoe Regional Park is located at 6600 Donner Road in Tahoe Vista, California.


Sawmill Pond is a favorite spot for fishing in the summer and sledding in the winter. Slopes are gradual, perfect for the first time sledding experience and for young children. There is plenty of parking in the lot off of Sawmill Road, just past the pond. There are benches and picnic tables and a vault toilet restroom.

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Sawmill Pond is located 2.5 miles west of the “Y” intersection (Hwy 89, Hwy 50 and Lake Tahoe Blvd.) on the Corner of Sawmill Road and Lake Tahoe Blvd.

Kahle Park is a great location to take children for the full park experience. Snow men are a popular theme at Kahle, where kids can enjoy the children’s playground, indoor climbing wall and jungle gym. Parents will appreciate the indoor bathroom facilities, full exercise gym and ¼ mile running track. Parking is safe, plentiful and free. There is a small fee to use the indoor playground and gym. All outdoor activities are free as well.

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To get there go out of California into Nevada on Highway 50 about one mile to Kahle Road. (There is a signal light at Kahle Road. If you get to Safeway, you have gone too far.) Take a right on Kahle Road until you land in the parking lot. Enjoy yourself!

Spooner Summit Slide Park is a “side-of –the-road” sledding option that is safer than most. There is a small area at the junction of Highway 50 and Highway 28 to park your vehicle.  If you are coming from Carson City this would be your closest free sledding park. This area is not great for younger children but offers some fun sledding opportunities for older children and adults.

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You can reach Spooner Summit Slide Park from the South Lake Tahoe by taking Hwy 50 north or from Incline Village by taking Highway 28 south. From Carson City, take Highway 50 west. The park is located at the corner of Highway 50 and Highway 28.

Taylor Creek Sno-Park is a great choice for families with toddlers and younger first time snow enthusiasts. Taylor Creek is a forest service location with plenty of safe parking but several of sledding options. If you would like to try cross country skiing, snow shoeing or snow man building, Taylor Creek is your place. Taylor Creek loves dogs, so bring them along to romp in the snow. This location is usually very busy, so plan ahead and enjoy the crowds.

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Taylor creek is located on Highway 89 about 5 miles north of the “y” in South Lake Tahoe.

Hidden gems

Zephyr Cove Park is right off Highway 50 and open to the public free of charge. There is an enormous amount of safe parking. Children can create sled runs to their hearts content. Zephyr Cove Park is home of the local library, tennis courts, disc golf course, soccer and softball fields. There is a children’s playground and a large selection of picnic spots.  Bring a picnic lunch and appreciate a snow day with the family. Feeling like a hot meal instead? Enjoy a cozy meal by the fire at the Zephyr Cove Lodge restaurant directly across the street from the park.

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Zephyr Cove Park is located 4.6 miles from the California/Nevada state line, in Nevada. Travel north from South Lake Tahoe on highway 50 for 4.6 miles. You will see Zephyr Cove Resort and Beach on your left. Take the next right (at the fire house) onto Warrior Way. You will see an elementary school on your left and the park facilities on your right. If you turn right immediately on Warrior Way you can park in the rear by the Playground, picnic areas, and disc golf course. If you take the second right, you can park by the library, tennis courts and softball/soccer field.

Tahoe Rim Trail Kingsbury North Trailhead is an excellent place to take children and adults of all ages. Located at one of the entrances to US Forestry land, the space is wide open offering a multitude of sledding, tubing and riding options. Bring your thermos of hot chocolate, a couple of camping chairs and your digital camera to capture the photos of a lifetime. There are no amenities so you will need to bring all your own toys and snacks. This location is not frequented by many tourists, so enjoy the serenity.

You will find this spot at the end of Andria Lane. Travel North on Highway 50 out of South Lake Tahoe into Nevada. Take a right on Kingsbury Grade/SR 207. About ¼ mile before you get to the summit, take a left on North Benjamin lane. North Benjamin becomes Andria after a couple blocks. You will be traveling through a neighborhood. Do not worry, you are going the right way. When you get to the end of Andria Lane you have arrived. Enjoy the forest and be sure to bring back with you everything that you brought in.











Lake Tahoe Weather Conditions

Search when you make plans to visit Lake Tahoe.

Locals trust Open Snow forecaster, Bryan Allegretto, for accurate and timely weather reports of the Lake Tahoe Basin and Truckee.


Landscapes frosted in sparkling snow excites the imagination. Piles of snow blanketing the mountains, draw skiers and snowboarders from around the world to the Sierra Nevada Mountains and scenic Lake Tahoe.


Finding the perfect snow weekend takes a lot of planning and more than a little meteorological luck. Snow for recreation = fun. Snow for traveling = less than fun.

North-West Lake Tahoe – Snow Cams

northstar-logo  Northstar

alpine-logo  Alpine Meadows

 SquawValley_3D_4c_Blk-large  Squaw Valley

North-East Lake Tahoe – Snow Cams

mt-rose  Mt. Rose

diamond-peak-logo  Diamond Peak

South Lake Tahoe Web Cams

heavenly-logo  Heavenly

KirkwoodLogo_3  Kirkwood

sierra-at-tahoe  Sierra at Tahoe

West Lake Tahoe – Snow Cams

homewood  Homewood

Truckee (outside North Lake Tahoe) – Snow Cams

  tahoe-donner Tahoe Donner

donner-ski-ranch  Donner Ski Ranch

boreal  Boreal

sugar-bowl  Sugar Bowl

soda-springs  Soda Springs

Lake Tahoe Area – Traffic Cameras

So, do what the locals do, become a frequent visitor of Bryan Allegretto and his daily snow forecasts. His predictions are not just accurate, they are relevant to the specific region of the Lake Tahoe basin that you plan to visit.  Find out when the biggest snow falls are coming and how much powder is expected.

Lake Tahoe Ski Resort map
Lake Tahoe Ski Resort map






Ski Lake Tahoe – Ski Resorts Open Soon

Winter is coming and it’s time to make plans to visit Lake Tahoe. Ski Resorts are preparing for the best season of the year – Ski Season!

Opening Day around Lake Tahoe is dependent on mother nature. However, the following ski resorts have set a target opening day to make sure they are ready to make your ski dreams come true. So, where would you like to go when you visit Lake Tahoe?

Lake Tahoe Ski Resort map
Lake Tahoe Ski Resort map
North-West Lake Tahoe – Opening Day

  northstar-logo Northstar: November 18, 2016

 alpine-logo Alpine Meadows: November 11

 SquawValley_3D_4c_Blk-large Squaw Valley: November 11

North-East Lake Tahoe – Opening Day

mt-roseMt. Rose: October 31, 2016

diamond-peak-logo Diamond Peak: December 15

South Lake Tahoe – Opening Day

 heavenly-logo Heavenly: November 18, 2016

 KirkwoodLogo_3  Kirkwood: November 18, 2016

 sierra-at-tahoe  Sierra at Tahoe: November 25, 2016

West Lake Tahoe – Opening Day

homewood  Homewood: December 9, 2016

Truckee (Outside North Lake Tahoe) – Opening Day

tahoe-donnerTahoe Donner: December 9

donner-ski-ranchDonner Ski Ranch: December 3

borealBoreal: October 28

sugar-bowl Sugar Bowl: December 10

  soda-springs Soda Springs:  November 24






Tahoe Paradise Park – South Lake Tahoe Park

Hidden among a sleepy little Meyers neighborhood is a storybook park wrapped around beautiful Lake Baron. You must take a moment to enjoy Tahoe Paradise Park when you visit Lake Tahoe.

Lake Baron – South Lake Tahoe Parks

The heart of Tahoe Paradise Park is a beautiful 9-acre lake favored by locals for both fishing and swimming. You will find few visitors as you soak in the serenity of this alpine lake. Don’t forget your canoes, kayaks and other beach toys when you visit this South Lake Tahoe Park. Lake Baron has a two fish maximum for all anglers.

Paradise Playground - South Lake Tahoe Parks
Paradise Playground – South Lake Tahoe Parks

The children’s playground keeps even the most adventurous kids busy all day. The slides, swings, obstacle course are perfect for every age.

Paradise Picnic Area - South Lake Tahoe Parks
Paradise Picnic Area – South Lake Tahoe Parks

Adjacent to a large picnic area with barbecues, the playground provides an ideal location for family functions, birthday parties or just a relaxing day among friends when you visit Lake Tahoe.

Upper Truckee River Tributary - South Lake Tahoe Parks
Upper Truckee River Tributary – South Lake Tahoe Parks

Tahoe Paradise Park is located between Lake Baron and a tributary of the Upper Truckee River. Paradise Park provides access to the river with a trail running along its banks. Leashed dogs are welcome throughout the park and on the trail.

Gazebo Location - South Lake Tahoe Parks
Gazebo Location – South Lake Tahoe Parks

If you are looking for a charming outdoor wedding venue, look no further. Vows are shared beneath the majesty of the Sierra Pines overlooking the serenity of Lake Baron.

Lake Baron Wedding Venue - South Lake Tahoe Parks
Lake Baron Wedding Venue – South Lake Tahoe Parks

Paradise Park is host to both wedding ceremonies and receptions nearly every weekend during the late spring, summer and early fall. A clubhouse is available for rent with indoor restrooms and kitchen facilities.

Paradise Tennis Courts - South Lake Tahoe Parks
Paradise Tennis Courts – South Lake Tahoe Parks

Tennis anyone? Tahoe Paradise Park has two beautiful, newly resurfaced tennis courts available for visitors. Hiking trails, tennis, kayaking, picnics and fishing, are all available at Paradise Park. Parking and admission is free!


Tahoe Paradise Park is located at: 1011 E San Bernardino Ave, South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150.  Directions – Follow Hwy 50 from South Lake Tahoe to Meyers. Turn right on Apache Drive just before agricultural checkpoint. Turn left when the road ends at the Lake Tahoe Environmental Science Magnet School on E. San Bernardino Ave, head to the end near Lake Baron and the Upper Truckee River.



Bijou Park, South Lake Tahoe

You have GOT to be kidding me… So I dropped my teenagers off at the soccer field at Lake Tahoe Community College for practice at 8:00 a.m. I was in the mood for some quiet time and ready to enjoy the peace and quiet of the morning. Bijou Park, South Lake Tahoe is directly across the street from the College, at 1201 Al Tahoe Blvd. South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150. Inspired by the promise of serenity, I headed over to the park.


Bijou Park is a beautiful, sprawling, full service park that has a surprising number of amenities. As I walked through in the early morning hours, I headed to the very far back corner near the meadow. There, I found a bench in the trees next to a Gazebo picnic area where I could sit and enjoy the solitude and quiet. There was hardly anyone in the park at that hour. Hoping to catch a glimpse of some deer feeding in the meadow or maybe one of our local bears wandering through, I was enjoying the fragrance and peace of the forest.

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It was at this point that I noticed a maintenance truck pulling a trailer, drive into the park. I watched with casual interest as the truck navigated its way through the park and continued on towards the remote corner in which I sat. The truck continued coming closer until it pulled up to the curb, pointed directly at me. I became a bit alarmed when the truck drove up and over the curb onto the shredded bark and drove straight towards me.

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With alarm turning to fear, the truck approached the bench where I was sitting and stopped within a few feet of my knees. Leaving the truck idling with the headlights shining in my face, the driver waved and hopped out. Walking to the trailer, he fired up a generator and yelled over the top of the deafening roar that he needed to clean the picnic area for a party. He then proceeded to pressure wash the gazebo blasting clouds of dirt and high pressure mist in all directions.

As I got up and moved away from the bright lights and roaring engines, I had to laugh as I peered through the man made storm to see that he and I were the only two people visible in the entire park! This anecdote may give you some insight into the kind of luck I have but don’t let it detract you from visiting the park! I love that the City does an excellent job of keeping it very clean.

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Bijou Park, South Lake Tahoe is huge and contains two very clean covered gazebo picnic areas with barbeque pits in addition to a:

  • Basketball court
  • BMX Bike Park with air pump station
  • Fenced dog park, open to the public
  • Historic railroad exhibit
  • One of the top disc golf courses in the country
  • Open meadow, great for walking, relaxing or getting steam cleaned!
  • Restroom / concession facility
  • Skateboard park
  • Volleyball courts
  • Children’s playground

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I hope you stop by and enjoy a really wonderful park! For further info or to reserve a picnic area, go to

Lake Tahoe Heavenly Resort – Ultimate Adventure

Ridge Rider Mountain Coaster –                 Ultimate Adventure at Heavenly

Epic Discovery Gondola Ride
Epic Discovery Gondola Ride

Spend the day at Lake Tahoe Heavenly Resort, zipping through the pine trees at 8000 feet, when you visit Lake Tahoe. The Ridge Rider Mountain Coaster is new this summer. Race down the 3400 foot track reaching 55 miles per hour in a car that replicates a toboggan. Each car has handbrakes that allow the rider to limit their speed for a truly customized ride.

Epic Discovery Ridge Rider Coaster
Epic Discovery Ridge Rider Coaster

Also new this summer is the Skyway Canopy Tour. The Skyway Tour is a type of challenge course through the Heavenly canopy using aerial bridges and zip lines. The Skyway Canopy Tour and the Blue Streak Zip Lines must be purchased separately.

Epic Discovery Canopy Tour
Epic Discovery Canopy Tour

Heavenly has packaged the fun into their Epic Discovery program. The Epic Discovery program’s goal is to “learn through play” by discovering new truths about the Lake Tahoe Basin while enjoying alpine adventures.  With 12 outdoor activities, Heavenly Epic Discovery is the only adventure park of its kind in the northern Sierras.

Epic Discovery Zip Line
Epic Discovery Zip Line

The Ultimate Adventure Pass includes all day access to the Ridge Rider Mountain Coaster, Summer Tubing, Boulder Cove Ropes Course, Black Bear Ropes Course, the Hot Shot Zip Line, Discovery Forest Ropes Course, and the Granite Peak Climbing Wall. A scenic ride on the Heavenly Gondola is also included. You must be at least 8 years old and 45 inches or taller to enjoy the activities included in the Ultimate Adventure Pass.

Epic Discovery Day Camp
Epic Discovery Day Camp

Never fear little ones, the Little Explorer Pass is just for you! If you are younger than 8 and under 100 pounds, this is the pass for you. The Little Explorer Pass includes a scenic Gondola ride with unlimited all-day access to the Granite Peak Climbing Wall, Red Tail Zip Line and Bear Cub Ropes Course.

Epic Discovery Climbing Wall
Epic Discovery Climbing Wall

In partnership with the US Forest Service, the Sierra Nevada Nature Conservatory and the League to Save Lake Tahoe, Heavenly has provided various learning stations along the Epic Discovery path. Story Stakes and Animal Abilities, feature plants and animals that thrive here in Tahoe. Pathway Stones illuminates the history of Tahoe. Epic Discovery’s learning components are a work in progress. Expect these components to come on line throughout the summer. If you would rather keep your feet firmly on the ground, the Skyline Trail is one of the most beautiful trails in the Tahoe Basin.

Tamarack Lodge
Tamarack Lodge

Tamarack Lodge at the top of Heavenly Mountain serves Barbecue meals, hand crafted drinks and a variety of delicious ice cream. You will also find a cell phone charging station at Tamarack Lodge. The Blue Mountain Café is located at the observation deck and offers a full coffee bar, snacks and smoothies.

Epic Discovery Summer Tubing
Epic Discovery Summer Tubing

To enjoy the fun, visit the Heavenly Gondola ticket window to purchase your package. Epic Discovery hours are June 18th – September 5th from 9 am to 5 pm. Epic Discovery will also be open September 9th – 25th, Fridays and Saturdays only, from 9 am to 5 pm. The all-day Ultimate Adventure Pass will cost you $89. The Little Explorer Pass is just $49. If you need a room, check out Harvey’s, located one block from Heavenly Gondola.

Epic Discovery Activity Map
Epic Discovery Activity Map

If you have already visited Heavenly Epic Discovery, please let us know what you thought. You can leave your comments above. Thanks!








American Century Celebrity Golf Championship – South Lake Tahoe Golf

On July 19-24, 2016, the American Century Celebrity Golf Championship is being held here at Edgewood Golf Course in South Lake Tahoe.


Attention golfers: Edgewood Tahoe offers the best in South Lake Tahoe Golf. This beautiful South Lake Tahoe Golf Course sits right on the shore with spectacular views of our Alpine Lake and the surrounding mountains.

The American Century Celebrity Golf Championship is a week of play, action, and excitement in beautiful South Lake Tahoe. 80 Pro Athletes and Hollywood Celebrities will compete for their share of a $600,000 purse and the coveted American Century Championship Cup. For more information about the American Century Celebrity Golf Championship please visit:

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This event fills up local hotels so don’t delay in making your reservations. Harrah’s, Harvey’s, Mont Bleu, the Hard Rock and the Lakeside Casinos are all within walking distance of the course, as is the Lake Tahoe Resort Hotel (formerly the Embassy Suites).

Local’s Tip: For an excellent cigar during and after your round of golf, be sure to visit the Lake Tahoe Cigar Shop on the ground floor of Mont Bleu Casino. The owner, Blythe, is very knowledgeable and friendly and the shop features a walk-in humidor as well as a full line of tobacco products and sports apparel.

To Buy or Not To Buy – Lake Tahoe Bike Rentals

Cruiser Bikes for men and women

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You are enjoying beautiful Lake Tahoe and all it has to offer. What could possibly add to your current pleasure – a bike ride! You don’t want to get back in your car and hassle your way across unfamiliar terrain when your goal is to spend time soaking up the great outdoors. Travel by bicycle and do both – enjoy the great outdoors while exploring new scenery.

Lake Tahoe Bike Rentals

Tahoe Bike Company is located right in the heart of Lake Tahoe by El Dorado Beach, the Commons, and Campground by the Lake. You can rent bicycles of all shapes and sizes. Beach cruisers are the heart of this Lake Tahoe bike rentals company. You can also rent electric bicycles, surreys, mountain bikes, tandem bikes, children’s bikes and trailers. The cost to rent a beach cruiser for a day is $45. Perhaps you would like to rent a beach cruiser for the weekend, you are looking at closer to $100 bucks. Worth it? Absolutely. Look around Lake Tahoe at all the people, locals and tourists, out riding their bikes both owned and rented. Tahoe Beach Cruisers even delivers your rentals to your hotel or campsite or vacation rental.

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Perhaps vacation is a good time to try out a new bike and see if you would like to purchase one. You can rent a beach cruiser from any Lake Tahoe bike rentals business at the cost of about $300 for the week. You can also purchase a very nice beach cruiser for $300 and take it on every vacation. My children’s favorite places to vacation are those places that are bicycle friendly. It’s a great way to meet people and make friends. Cycling is not only fun, it is good exercise. Let stress slip away as you cruise along Lake Tahoe’s shores with the breeze in your hair. For more information about renting a bike from Tahoe Bike Company visit: For more information about finding the right beach cruiser visit: Beach Cruisers – Finding the Best Inexpensive Cruisers.

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The Lake Tahoe Disc Golf Course at Bijou Park is a “Must Play”

The 22nd Annual Tahoe Pro/Am is here

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My brother Jason has three priorities in life: faith, family & disc golf. Oh sure, he is a small business owner who works insane hours commuting all over Northern California, but he works like crazy to free up time to golf – disc golf.

Lake Tahoe Disc Golf Courses - Bijou hole 26
Lake Tahoe Disc Golf Courses – Bijou hole 26

Ten days from now, he will be enjoying one of the four Lake Tahoe disc golf courses, at the 22nd Annual Tahoe Pro/Am competition, in South Lake Tahoe’s beautiful Bijou Park. The Lake Tahoe disc golf course at Bijou is a “must play” in his book. Jason’s favorite Lake Tahoe disc golf course is at Zephyr Cove Park because of the challenge and view of the lake. However, when I asked him which Tahoe course to recommend to a friend he stated without hesitation, “Bijou.”

Lake Tahoe Disc Golf Courses - Bijou - picnic tables
Lake Tahoe Disc Golf Courses – Bijou – picnic tables

The 22nd Annual Tahoe Pro/Am takes place on July 23rd & 24th of 2016 at Bijou Park located at 1301 Al Tahoe Blvd in South Lake Tahoe. To get there, take Highway 50 to Al Tahoe Boulevard (Denny’s is on the corner). Take Al Tahoe about 1/3 of a mile to Bijou Park. For more information on the competition visit:


While you are in Tahoe enjoy our spectacular beaches, savory food and funky music. Please take a break to pamper yourself by stopping by Revive Coffee & Wine Bar for respite and refreshment.  If you have not played the Lake Tahoe disc golf courses, it’s time to come visit us. You will have an unforgettable time.