Hi. We are looking at accom in Tahoe area sept 22 for a few nights. Are things still open? Restaurants? Things to do?
Fall is a great time to visit the Lake Tahoe area. Did you not want to stay lake level, but in Squaw? Sept will be too early for skiing, we will still have nice warm weather. Tahoe is an all seasons area, plenty of activities and restaurants open.
Hi. Can you suggest any on the lake? Thoughts on North Star? Would Squaw Village be too quiet then? We want 2 bedroom condo in resort with a good pool, we have 2 tween kids. TIA
Squaw will be quiet in September, and its not on the lake but maybe a 15 minute drive to Tahoe City, in case you didn't know. Kudos for picking September for a visit; the crowds will be gone and the weather glorious. Restaurants will be open, hiking trails should finally be clear of snow, kayaking, SUPing and bike rental will all be available.
Tahoe Taverns and Tavern Shores are well located on the lake with pools and tennis courts. Easy walk into Tahoe City for restaurants, water sport rentals, bike rentals. Hyatt Incline is also wonderful. Stay on the Lake in September, not in a mountain village.
I agree with everyone above. Forget Squaw and Nothstar and stay AT Lake Tahoe. September is a great time for a visit to the lake as it is off season and lodging rates are reduced. Restaurants, etc. will all be open at the lake, but the ski resorts close up some places as there is not much demand for all the places to stay open.
The Hyatt Resort & Casino has lakeside, 2 bedroom cottages, with every amenity you could think of. One of the best swimming pools at the lake, jacuzzi's, restaurants, bikes and Stillwater Spa. Lakeside dining at the Lone Eagle Grill on site. You can also look at available units at Hyatt High Sierra on the same property in Incline Village which are two bedroom and use of all facilities including lounges and umbrellas on the beach.