South Lake Tahoe’s wilderness-covered cityscape skirts the state line between Nevada and California. On the eastern side, casinos loom high above byways and boutiques, night owls shake their feathers at the club, and families opt for mini golf or watersports. City life gets grittier to the west, where motley crews populate more rough-and-rugged neighborhoods. No matter which side of the line locals are on, there’s something that keeps everyone in agreement: Keep Tahoe Blue.See places to stay Save this neighborhood
On the Map
South Lake Tahoe is within South Lake Tahoe Region and bordered by Stateline, Camp Richardson/Spring Creek, Kingsbury, and Heavenly Resort
South Lake Tahoe: The Only City on the Wild Blue Water
And if you haven’t been to Tahoe before, the scenic panorama on the top floor of Harrah’s is more than worth the $20 buffet – a great way to feed a pack full of hungry mouths. Tahoe is always a pleasure!"
Visited in 2012
On the Stateline: Restaurants, Casinos, and Child's Play
South Lake Tahoe offers super quick access to some awesome summer mountain biking and hiking trails...Take the afternoon to head into town and relax at the beach. You can't get more conveniently located for access to any of our resorts, including Heavenly, Sierra-at-Tahoe, and Kirkwood."
Heavenly's Slopes: All Angels Invited
Waterfront Escapes for Summer-Lovin' Days
The neighborhood was quiet but within a short drive to several beaches, stores, and the casinos."
Visited in 2013
South Lake Tahoe Farmers' Market
The Look of South Lake Tahoe: Human Habitats
Snow Dusted Vistas and Breathtaking Views
Airbnb works with local photographers to capture the spirit of neighborhoods all around the world. The photography on this page includes work by:
Marc Olivier Le Blanc
Marc Olivier Le Blanc specializes in commercial and editorial portrait photography. Although he's currently based in the vibrant Mission neighborhood of San Francisco, he returned to his native France to shoot Paris for this project through a traveler's eye. He always strives to turn both the ordinary and the unusual into something extraordinary.
Matthew is a San Francisco based commercial, editorial, and fine art photographer who's clients include Converse, Nike, WIRED, GQ, and Mother Jones. He sees photography as an all access pass to life on earth and is happiest when he is wandering aimlessly looking for his next shot.