Looking for some great Lake Tahoe family vacation ideas. Lake Tahoe has long been recognised as a national treasure to the American landscape.
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Idealistic blue and green waters fringed by impossible shorelines, cascading waterfalls, and slopes rising into some the best ski fields the West Coast has to offer families.
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One of the first questions to consider is which end of Lake Tahoe to stay at. This is an important decision especially in winter as it is not easy and often dangerous to do make the journey to the other end of the lake to enjoy your carefully planned and chosen activities. While in Summer this journey may take a little more than an hour it is generally easier to choose one location to begin with.
Families often opt for the more naturalistic Northern shore leaving the fancy casinos and motels of the South shore for the night owls. [Refer to the Lake Tahoe Map]
Each year for around $200 to $300 "A Midsummer's Camp" camp is held for children to learn the delights of theatre and the Bard. While learning an enacting the works of William Shakespeare they have a good time doing interactive and educational theater-based activities.
Each of the camps is a week long and provides opportunities to work with and become encouraged by professional actors/ artists.
More information and contacts + http://www.laketahoeshakespeare.com/education/midsummer_camp
This video features how a family may go about experiencing Eagle Falls Trailhead
Vikingsholm is located on Emerald Bay, Lake Tahoe, California. A magnificent mansion / castle like structure holds interest for all ages. Learn about the history of the place.
Guided 30 minute tours are every day from Memorial Day to September from 10:30 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. for about $10 adults and $8 for children. A parking fee of $10 applies. Whuile the trail is a little steep it is easy to find and handled quite well.
Whit more tha a dozen ski areas in the Lake Tahoe area you won't have any problems finding accommodation near good family ski slopes and runs.
Features some of the best resort accommodation houses on Lake Tahoe.
Map Featuring some of the best family attractions in the Lake Tahoe area.
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