Being the biggest little city in the world, the best benefit of RVing in Reno-Lake Tahoe is that it has too much to offer to RVers. The largest alpine and second deepest lake in the country, Lake Tahoe is also known as the Jewel of High Sierra. Check our three activities to do when RVing in Reno-Lake Tahoe.
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What To Do when You’re RVing In RVing in Reno-Lake Tahoe
1Boating and Fishing
Boating is the primary activity in Reno-Lake Tahoe in the summers. It is also home to one of the prestigious wooden boat shows in the country, known as the Lake Tahoe Concours d’Elegance, which is held in August every year.
Some of the major ski areas in Tahoe are:
- Squaw Valley is the second largest skiing area, popular for hosting the 1960 Winter Olympics;
- Diamond Peak is a small ski area in Incline Village, Nevada;
- Alpine Meadows is a medium-sized skiing area on the north shore, a few miles away from the Squaw Valley;
3Hiking and Biking
There are numerous hiking and mountain biking trails around the lake. It ranges widely in length, difficulty and popularity.
Examples: Tahoe Rim Trail and Eagle Lake Trailhead.
A sail through the sky over the spectacular Lake Tahoe, there are many Parasailing Opportunities when in Reno-Lake Tahoe for RVers.
These are the best activities to do when you’re RVing in Reno-Lake Tahoe. An added advantage of Reno-Lake Tahoe is that Gambling is Legal in the region.
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