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Monday, April 24, 2017

Beaches & Parks

Beaches, Parks & Recreation Areas

Beaches & Parks

Celebrate Living History on July 25

Did you know that Sugar Pine Point become a California State Park fifty years ago? To celebrate, this year’s annual Living History Day will be a 50th...

Summer’s best swimming holes

Story & photos by Tim Hauserman ·  Paradise Lake provides some of the same jumping-off-granite-into-cool-waters joy that you will find in Desolation Wilderness ·  There is...

Donner Memorial blends history, recreation

  Story & photos by Jenn Sheridan ·    History meets recreation at Donner Memorial State Park, nestled at the west end of Donner Lake at the...

Heidi Doyle | Bringing the parks to the people

By Tim Hauserman ·  In 1986, Heidi Doyle was living in Germany when she got a summer job working as a park ranger performing boat...

100 fun things to do this spring

By Nicole Cheslock ·  Whether you spend the next few months checking items off this list or committing to a few favorites, let Lake Tahoe’s...

Teeing off on Tahoe’s disc golf courses

By Jenn Sheridan  ·   Warm up on the mellow first and second holes at Squaw before heading into advanced terrain. | Squaw Valley  ·   Summer in...

Olympic Valley

Squaw Valley ski resort officially opened its doors in 1949 boasting what was considered the world’s longest chair lift at the time, but skiing...

Carnelian Bay & Tahoe Vista

Named for the semi-precious stones found in the area, Carnelian Bay was first popularized through Dr. Bourne’s Hygienic Establishment, a health spa that prescribed...