Straddling the boarder of California and Nevada, Lake Tahoe stands out as a sapphire jewel in the midst of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. While well known for its plethora of ski resorts and snowy activities, come summer, the deep blue lake opens up an even greater arrangement of activities the entire family will enjoy. Between hiking, biking, boating, or simply relaxing on the beach near the glittering blue water, there’s an activity for all—and many memories to be made.

Day 1

7:30 a.m. | Start off your vacation with breakfast at Squeeze Inn, located in the heart of historic downtown Truckee. This is a great local spot for a mimosa, stack of pancakes or a delicious omelet.

9:00 a.m. | Play cowboy for the morning during an hour-long intro to horseback ride at Piping Rock Equestrian Center in Truckee. Pony rides are available for the little ones, as well.

10:30 a.m. | Hike Picnic Rock in Tahoe Vista, a short, moderate hike with magnificent views of the lake from the top.  Don’t forget your camera—this is a great spot to snap a family photo!

12:00 p.m. | Enjoy a casual lunch at Drunken Monkey Sushi in Truckee, which offers sushi and Japanese cuisine. Try the Singapore street noodles or one of their signature sushi rolls. Sit outside on their outdoor patio and soak up the Tahoe summer sunshine.

1:30 p.m. | Take a half-day white water rafting tour with IRIE Rafting in Truckee, a Member favorite activity. This tour is perfect for families—class II/III rapids provide enough excitement but don’t get too crazy for the younger family members in your group.

5:30 p.m. | Unwind with a 60- or 90-minute in-residence massage with Gem Mountain Massage, another Member favorite. Jamie brings everything to you, including a heated massage table and soothing music to instill a true spa experience.

7:30 p.m. | Relax and indulge in a private chef dinner prepared by Chef Dany Foster. Dinner can be set up outside on the back patio at Trailside so you can marvel at the sunset while being served a delectable gourmet meal.

9:30 p.m. | Make use of the Trailside hot tub and fire pit. Soak your stresses away or roast s’mores while reveling in the beautiful, starry Tahoe night.

Day 2

8:00 a.m. | Stretch out with an hour-long Vinyasa flow yoga class at the charming Mountainside Yoga studio, within walking distance from the Trailside homes. Take a quick dip afterwards at the heated Treehouse pool.

9:30 a.m. | For breakfast, dine in-residence with homemade omelets, pancakes, and more prepared by a private chef.

11:00 a.m. | Get on the water with a half-day powerboat rental with Action Water Sport in Incline Village, NV. Rent a tube, waterskis, or a wakeboard and hire a captain so you can sit back, relax, and enjoy the adventure. Pack your favorite beverages—the boats are stocked with coolers and ice so you can imbibe while cruising the pristine waters of Lake Tahoe.

3:30 p.m. | Rent bikes at Flume Trail Bikes in Incline Village. They offer bikes for all ages, including E-bikes for adults. Take the brand new Incline Village bike path, the only path available with uninterrupted lake views the entire ride. It’s a big wow factor you can’t miss!

5:30 p.m. | Sip on a craft cocktail at the Lone Eagle Grille Restaurant while basking in the lake view from the lounge.

6:30 p.m. | Treat yourselves to an intimate, date night dinner at Lone Eagle Grille. Enjoy live music by guitarist Luke Wilson, a fan favorite, while sipping from the extensive wine list. Request an outdoor seat or sit by the window for the best lake view. Don’t forget to order a Baked Tahoe for dessert, a true hit with restaurant patrons.

8:30 p.m. | If you’re feeling lucky, head across the street after dinner to the Grand Lodge Casino and test your luck with a little gambling or video poker.

Day 3

7:00 a.m. | Nosh on delicious eggs benedict, homemade waffles, and made to order breakfast sandwiches at Firesign Café in Tahoe City.

8:30 a.m. | Hike one of the most stunning trails in all of Lake Tahoe, the Rubicon Trail. Located on the west shore, the Rubicon Trail is perfect for all ages and boasts magnificent views of the lake throughout the entire hike.

11:00 a.m | Refuel after your hike with an early lunch at West Shore Café in Homewood, CA. Enjoy the house burrata, crab cakes, fish tacos or a west shore burger made with local wagyu beef.

12:30 p.m. | Rent a kayak or stand up paddleboard from Tahoe Adventure Company in Tahoe Vista and gain a different perspective atop the beautiful crystal clear water.

2:00 p.m. | Navigate rope swings, wobbly bridges, swinging logs, tightropes, cargo nets, horizontal climbing walls and more while progressing through a variety of bridges to consecutive tree platforms at the Treetop Adventure Center in Tahoe City. The TAC offers zip lining and ropes courses for all ages.

6:00 p.m. | Toast to a weekend well spent with dinner at Bite Tahoe in Incline Village. Bite boasts mouth-watering tapas including Spanish piquillo peppers, seared ahi, fried chicken sliders, little gem salad, jicama wraps, sirloin cheeseburger sliders and many vegetarian and vegan options.

7:30 p.m. | Take in the culture at Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival. Run your toes through the sand while sipping a bottle of wine during Mamma Mia, The Musical. The Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival is an outdoor venue with marvelous views of the lake, located at Sand Harbor State Park in Incline Village, NV.

*Please note all activities and restaurants listed here may be impacted by to COVID-19. For questions and up-to-date information on openings and limitations, please contact your Concierge.

Stay

Overlooking the evergreen forest and residential areas, The Club's upscale and convenient Trailside residences welcome you with a tasteful blend of rustic and contemporary décor. Located mid-mountain at Northstar, each residence features large media rooms, private hot tubs and fire pits, and stunning views of the surrounding mountains.

During your stay, Members are granted access to the Tree House with a heated outdoor pool, fitness center, game room, and lounge area. Your Concierge can arrange pre-arrival groceries, lift tickets, tee times, and any mountain thrill you desire.

Number of Residences: 7

Bedrooms: 4

Bathroom: 4.5

Square Feet: 3,427-3,990

Resort Access: Mountainside at Northstar Tree House

Portfolio Since: 2004