Lake Tahoe Activities

View from Sherwood Ski Lift, Alpine Meadows, Lake Tahoe Event Calendar, Lake Tahoe Activities
  • January - Snow, snow, and more snow. New year's week usually packs the crowds. Martin Luther King weekend  draws tourists from everywhere for this three day holiday weekend.
  • February - Start your month at a Super Bowl party in Tahoe. President's day is a big draw. End your month with the start of the Snow Festival.
  • March - Snow Festival anyone? Winter activities abound.
  • April - Easter weekend marks the end of ski operations for many area ski resorts. Cold nights and warm days generate our world famous Corn Snow.
  • May - Looking for late season skiing? Lake Tahoe boasts one of the longest ski seasons - anywhere! Ski in the AM, golf and boat in the PM.
  • June - Transition into spring? More winter? Or the start of summer? Hard to predict.
  • July - The fourth of July marks the beginning of the summer tourist season.
  • August - Hot August nights, arguably the height of summer tourist season as many families plan one of more weeks of their summer vacation in Lake Tahoe.
  • September - Summer without the crowds. Often dubbed, the local's summer. Glass on the lake? You got it.
  • October-  Winter rain and snow usually starts on Halloween.
  • November - Thanksgiving Day is the traditional opening day for the majority of Tahoe's ski resorts. Limited operations supported by snow making, if required.
  • December - Marks the beginning of weekend ski trips for many from the Bay area. With help from the snow Gods, Christmas week (Dec 25 - Jan 1) is usually our busiest week of the season.

Lake Tahoe Calendars

The Village at Squaw on a snowy day, a Tahoe event!