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North Lake's easygoing communities hem Lake Tahoe’s crystalline shoreline from Tahoma to Incline Village. In the 60s, pop culture icons, presidents, and famous mobsters graced the area's stages, casinos, and beaches. Today's venues keep the music alive, and glamorous VIPs continue North Lake's tradition as a serene celebrity getaway. Small town characters add color to the area’s rich and famous lifestyle and offer quirky alternatives to South Tahoe’s flashy parties.
Situated between North Tahoe and Truckee, Northstar Resort offers a refined year-round avenue to the Sierra wilds. Boutiques, spas, and cafes supply the finer things in life at the Village at Northstar before snow mobilers hit the trails, skiers make fresh tracks through backcountry powder, and kids-at-heart take spins around the rink—wearing roller skates or ice skates. Whether winter, spring, summer, or fall, locals have it all at Northstar Resort.
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.
Lake Tahoe's most majestic sights fall along the West Shore between Tahoe City and Emerald Bay. Venerable pines whisper stories of foregone Washoe Tribes and local museums echo historic sentiments. Mark Twain once frequented these stately woods, as do San Franciscans who construct lavish vacation homes along the West Shore to launch their yachts for sweeping bay tours. Surrounded by such untouched beauty, you might never want to leave.