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The lake is full and the crowds are sparse. Until the winter snow starts to pile up and the ski areas open, Tahoe’s fall shoulder season provides a rare chance to make the region your own at the lake, beaches and trails.
…historic Camp Richardson, with stately hotel, cabins, big campground, bikes, kayaks and SUPs for rent, an ice cream shop and the nearby Beacon Restaurant on the beach. The Beacon is our first choice for both tasty fish and chips, salads and people watching along the lake’s lovely waterfront.
This week, 23-year-old open-water swimmer Abby Bergman completed a 21.3-mile solo crossing of Lake Tahoe – and is now a Triple Crown and California Triple Crown titleholder.
Want to make this adventure more fun and relaxing? End your trip by hopping on the Tahoe Water Taxi for a beautiful boat ride back to the dock at The Beacon Bar & Grill at Camp Richardson.
…swimming is a must on any warm-weather trip. But not all swim spots are created equal. We’ve rounded up some of our favorite iconic and off-the-radar places to take a dip.