The Village at Squaw Valley welcomes the return of its dog-friendly music festival, Peaks and Paws, this weekend, June 17-18, with two full days of dog-friendly events, activities, and concerts dedicated to celebrating our four-legged friends.
The Village at Squaw Valley is upping the ante this summer in its popular and free Bluesdays concerts with an impressive lineup of renowned musicians in lively and spirited evening concerts every Tuesday from June 13th through September 5th.
Variable spring weather continues, but we've got spectacular weather and plenty of fun in store in the weeks ahead!. Makin' plans? Looking for options? Take a look at Tahoetopia's Top Picks for the days ahead...
Sixty-eight inches of new snow has fallen on the slopes of Sugar Bowl Resort in the month of April alone, bringing its season-to-date snow total to 782 inches. With more than a 19-foot snow base stacked up at the resort atop Donner Summit near Lake Tahoe, resort officials have decided to extend the season until May 7, 2017.
As the winter weather wanes, green grass begins to appear and Tahoe's summer golf season is just around the corner! Golfers around North Lake Tahoe can save big on green fees with the Excellence In Education Golfing For Schools card - on sale April 21st.
North Tahoe/Truckee's largest eco-event, the Tahoe-Truckee Earth Day Festival, returns to the Village at Squaw Valley on April 22nd, inviting the local community to celebrate regional environmental initiatives and to participate in the National March for Science.