Walk to everything -- private beach, lakeside dining at Sunnyside, breakfast at Firesign Cafe, or the West Shore Mkt. This charming 2-story cabin is the perfect escape for 2 families -- very cozy and the flat driveway provides easy access. FREE WIFI. There is a nice back deck for BBQ'ing and we just got a new BBQ. The beach is a short walk from the house and has a great play area for kids, volleyball, basketball, horseshoes and bocce ball, are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Experience the charm of yesteryear in this delightful cabin featuring a classic design with gorgeous pine siding throughout the interior. Truly Tahoe is a charming, cozy 2-story home that sleeps 6- 7 comfortably in 4 bedrooms. On the entry level you’ll find 2 bedrooms and a bathroom, plus the kitchen and living area complimented by a cozy fireplace with a gas-burning insert. Upstairs are 2 more bedrooms and the 2nd bathroom. In the summer, walk to the gated Tahoe Park Home Owner’s beach (1 block away), dine on the lakeside deck at nearby Sunnyside (a Tahoe favorite), or ride your bike to Tahoe City and its many shops and restaurants (1 mile away). In the winter, there’s nearby skiing at Homewood, Alpine/Squaw, and Northstar. It’s truly Tahoe at it’s best! Pack and Play for baby and toddler on site.
After booking our cabin, we will give you the lock box code a few days prior to arrival. In the winter months, please allow the plow service time to plow in a severe storm. They plow every 6 inches.
Общение с гостями
We live in the area, but will not always be available to stop in and say Hi. Enjoy your stay!
Другие важные подробности
Tahoe Park Beach and HOA details:
For more information about the beach please visit (URL HIDDEN) .
The beach is located at
1700 Sequoia Ave, Tahoe City, CA 96145. Please do not cross anyone’s private property - use the county streets to walk to the beach.
The Private beach requires a key: they are hanging on the front door (they are plastic and white).
HOW TO OPERATE the Gate at the Beach:
Hold your key in front of the black key pad.Wait until you hear a beep and the gate unlocks.This takes a few seconds for the key to be recognized and the gate to open.
Need a ride? Call Rodney Cab service: (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN).
Pre-buy your ski lift tickets from the resorts' websites. You'll save money when you pre-purchase and you can skip the ticket line and head straight to the chairlift.
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• Obexers - two minute drive just past Homewood Resort. Solid basics, great beer selection, gourmet cheeses and great sandwiches. They sell propane as well.
• West Shore Market - next to Sunnyside. It's a new Market that is getting better each day. They have the best fresh seafood and steaks in the Tahoe basin, some basics groceries, sandwiches and a solid beer and wine selection.
• Save Mart - 5 minutes away - big market with everything.
• Breakfast - Firesign - two minutes away
• Lunch or dinner - Sunnyside - two minutes away
• West Shore Cafe - Seasonal so check hours
• Manzanita - Ritz Carlton - 20 minutes over 267
• Mikuni - sushi at Northstar
• Mamasake - sushi Squaw Valley - 15 minutes away
• PlumpJack, Squaw Valley - 15 minutes away
• Fat Cat - Tahoe City
• Tahoe House - good coffee and sandwiches - 5 minutes toward Tahoe City • Wolfdales and Christy Hill – Tahoe City
THINGS BOB & ROXIE LIKE TO DO
1. Go to the PDQ market and get a sandwich for lunch. It is in Tahoma on the West Shore.
2. Take the sandwich to Bliss State Park and picnic.
3. Fish the Truckee River.
4. Kings Beach - Hiro Su(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) N Lake Blvd.
5. Stop in at Speed Boat Beach located on Yacht in Kings Beach.
6. Quick and easy lunch that is super healthy - New Moon on the West Shore by the Tahoe Tree Company.
7. Truckee: Dinner at Pianeta - (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Donner Pass Rd. Try Bar of America or the Truckee Diner, too.
8. Steamers Pizza in Kings Beach - (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) North Lake Blvd
9. Must visit Sand Harbor - it’s the most amazing beach plus you can rent kayaks.
10. If you have kids, there is lots to do: pony rides in Alpine Meadows, fun toy shopping at Truckee variety store, visit Tahoe City Chocolates in Tahoe City, try Tahoe City Beach in town which has a large play park and free Sunday concerts, stop over at Squaw Valley to jump, zip line, rock climb, play in the arcade, etc.
11. Movie night in Tahoe City on the beach on Wednesdays.
12. Massage - (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) on the Lake located in Tahoe City.
13. New Leaf Acupuncture - (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) in Kings Beach. Ask for Dawn.
14. Dam Café and Tahoe House for Breakfast. Dam Café is better, but if there is a line or you like sweets, go to the Tahoe House. Both are located in Tahoe City on the West Shore.
15. Red Box locations: Squaw Valley 7-11, Dollar Point 7-11, Tahoe City Savemart.
16. Rent a boat from Greg Green - (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN). Raft the Truckee River - buy raft before you come to Tahoe.
18. Clothing for adults - Fine and Funky in the Boat Works Mall, Tahoe City. For kids - Roughneck and Ruffles in the Tahoe City Cobblestone.
19. Wild Flower viewing - Antoine Meadows. Get a map from Olympic Bike Shop
20. Hike to 5 Lakes - Alpine Meadows. Take lots of water. (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) it!
21. Rent bikes in Tahoe City and bike the West Shore, 64 acres along the Truckee River. End up at the River Ranch for burgers and music on the river.
22. If you’re into hiking, go to Emerald Bay and hike the Eagle Falls. The best time is during the spring because the falls are powerful. In September, there is an amazing fish hatch in the riverbeds that is available for viewing.
23. Have fun and kick back!
24. Dinner in Tahoe City can be fun but the food is always hit and miss. If you are thinking about dining somewhere and want to ask our opinion, please email us, and we will tell you what we think about the location.
25. Sunnyside for dinner can be good and it’s on the water.
26. Climb China Wall on Donner Summit.
27. Horseback riding at the Alpine Meadow stables.
28. The Tahoe City Golf Course has the best breakfast.
29. Squeeze In- the Truckee Diner have the best Breakfast in town.
30. Mini golf in Tahoe Vista.
31. Truckee Community Center and Incline Village Rec Center have indoor pools, if you want to swim during the winter.
32. The Resort at Squaw Creek has all kinds of events for the kids including crafts and movies. Check out the calendar in the House Rental Binder.
33. Ice skate at Northstar and go to dinner at the pizza place in the village.
Please no candles or smoking in the house.
1. Make sure the snow shovel is near the front door.
2. Strip all the beds and start a load of laundry.
3. Report any issues with the house.
4. Leave the furniture as you found it. Any moved furniture will be a charge to the guest to get it moved back into its correct place.
5. Start a load of dishes and make sure there are no dirty dishes left in the sink.
6. Place the trash in the bear box at the end of the driveway.
7. Collect all personal belongings and phone chargers.
8. Check out is 10am. Please make sure to check out on time so we don't have to charge you a late check out fee.
9. Turn the heat down to 55 degrees.
10. Make sure the doors and windows are locked.
11. Place key back in the lock box.
Please Follow the Beach Rules and Remember you as our guest and remember to login at the beach under 1625 West Lake- The Van Den Troon.
Please read the complete LTPA Policies and Procedures Manual under Documents tab for all the Park information.
-The Association lakefront property (“Park”), is accessible 24/7.
-Access is restricted by a locked gate during the summer season from May through November 1. Access during this period is by key card only.
-The Park is staffed during the summer season. Park staff is on duty from 9:00 a.m. to approximately 10:00 p.m.
-This is a family oriented Park, and any behavior deemed inappropriate by the Park staff or in violation of any Policies and Procedures will result in being asked to leave the property.
-Parents not monitoring their children will be directed to leave the Park with their children.
-Members and there guest are requested to help keep the Park clean and to remove all garbage. Bear proof cans are available.
-Bikes must be left at the entrance. Security is responsibility of the bike owner.
-Boats and personal watercraft are not allowed to use the beach area for loading, unloading or beaching at any time.
-Swimmers swim at their own risk. No lifeguards are on duty. (Our Park staff are not lifeguards.)
-All children in the water must be closely monitored by their parents.
-A swimming area is provided between piers, separating boats and swimmers. Priority is to provide a safe area for swimmers.
-Boats and personal watercraft are not allowed in the swim area at any time.
-Small watercraft (kayaks, standup paddleboards, canoes, non-motorized dinghies) may not be used in the swim area.
-Small inflatables are allowed in the swim area, as long as they can be used safely with swimmers.
-The piers are for access to boats, swimming, fishing and sunbathers. Priority is given to boaters. Sunbathers using the piers should ensure they do not block access to others.
-Fishing is permitted only in the early morning or in the evening when people are not accessing the piers for boating, sunbathing and/or swimming.
-Coolers and chairs are allowed on the piers, as long as they do not impede the use of the pier by boaters and other members. An aisle must be kept clear on the piers for normal traffic.
-Member boats may use the piers for loading and unloading only. Boats may not be left unattended and never moored at the piers.
-Volleyball, basketball, horseshoes and bocce ball, are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Members and guests may check out recreation equipment from the Park office at the Park entrance with a LTPA membership key card or a driver’s license.
Refer to the “Dogs in The Park Policies and Procedures” for details regarding dogs access to the Park.
IN ORDER TO KEEP THE PARK ANENJOYABLE PLACE FOR ALL, PLEASE DON’T
-Please do not feed the geese or ducks.
-No rock throwing.
-Drones are not allowed to operate from the Park.
-Diving or Jumping from the piers is discouraged and is done so at one’s own risk.
-No rough play on the swim platform. There is a $100 fine for flipping the swim platform.
Bob and Roxie manage our Home in Tahoe Park. Here is their info.
I own my real estate company with my wife, Roxie. We love to ski, ride our cruiser mountain bikes (mine's a vintage stump Jumper), and road trip/camp in our Sncro VW Vanagon. One of our best road trips was from Tahoe to the Vancouver Olympics in 2010. I am an Olympian (my teammate Bonnie Blaire corrected me "never former, never past.."). My pal Tomba took the gold that year in Calgary.
Cathrin's family cabin is so cool - it's a good dose of true Tahoe. You will love it.