Enjoy Summertime Fun at North Lake Tahoe
editorial

Summertime in North Lake Tahoe

It’s time to say goodbye to the snowcapped Sierra Nevada Mountains, and greet the warm, sunny days that make Lake Tahoe one of our favorite summer destinations.

In addition to enjoying the natural beauty of the lake itself, there’s so much going on in the area during the summer that you’d be remiss not to visit. See the highlights of the summer lineup below and don’t hesitate to ask the Xplore Team to connect you with tickets or reservations before your stay.

Need a little travel inspiration? See Hannah’s 3-day Guide to Lake Tahoe in the Summer >

Summer Events in North Lake Tahoe

Tough Mudder, June 11-12
Get a little (or a lot) muddy at the 2016 Tough Mudder in Lake Tahoe. Create a team and fight your way through muddy obstacles while hundreds of spectators cheer you on. Registration fees increase as the date approaches, so ask the Xplore Team to register you as a participant or spectator before your arrival in Lake Tahoe. Northstar Resort hosts this annual event so make sure to reserve your home or condo soon to be a part of the action!

Tahoe City Solstice Festival, June 16-19
Featuring four days of local artisan food and wine and live music, the Solstice Festival embodies the greatest qualities of beautiful Lake Tahoe.

Music on the Beach, June 17-September 2
Free music every Friday at Kings Beach along the North Shore of the lake, which offers a spacious sandy beach and plenty of sitting areas to enjoy the music.

Wanderlust Yoga and Music Festival, July 14-17
The Wanderlust Festival, aimed at helping you find your life’s purpose, includes yoga and meditation seminars in addition to live music and group runs & hikes.

Brews, Jazz, and Funk Fest, August 13-14
Make your way through a tasty lineup of local craft beers and jam out to the jazz and funk artists playing in Squaw Valley.

Stay This Spring and Save!
Don’t forget - if you book two nights before Memorial Day, receive the third night FREE! See the offer >