The Sierra Nevada Mountain’s, Lake Tahoe is the the largest freshwater alpine lake in America. From the unbelievable blue hue of the water in the summer to the plethora of winter fun when the snow falls, there is plenty to experience in this high-end, rustic destination. With ski resorts, beaches, hiking, lake activities, and casinos, there is something for everyone who comes up to spend time at this gorgeous spot. The ideal for fun-in-the-sun is from May to September, with the heavy-tourist season falling in July and August— Lake Tahoe honeymoons in summer are super-popular.
Neighboring Lake Tahoe, there are great places to explore, visit Donner Memorial State Park, which is one of the most beautiful places in the state. There are plenty of activities to do, including hiking, biking, swimming and a rock climbing area. There’s also a beer garden, which is a great way to relax after a long day at work or hit the slot machines in nostalgic Carson City
North Lake Tahoe
The North Side of Lake Tahoe is for honeymooners who are looking for something quieter and more laid back. The Ritz-Carlton Lake Tahoe is your best bet for a winter-time honeymoon. The Hyatt Regency has all of the serene vibes you’d hope for, but also many amenities inside and outside the property. The Resort at Squaw Creek was the location for the Winter Olympics in 1960, and it has been full of quintessential charm
South Lake Tahoe
The South Side of Lake Tahoe is home to beautiful waters and breathtaking mountains, just like the north side. But in contrast to the chill North, South Lake has an up and coming art scene and is usually packed with excited visitors. Also, did you know that South Lake Tahoe has been the backdrop of ABC’s The Bachelor?