Tahoe's Oldest Golf Course Celebrates 100 Years

Tahoe City Golf Course, the oldest course at Lake Tahoe, celebrates its centennial anniversary this season with a variety of events and specials, including a season tee-off celebration weekend, May 11 - 13th with green fees at turn of the century prices of only $.50.

Tahoe Boat Inspection Stations Open For Summer

Showing success in preventing new invasive species from entering the fragile waters of Lake Tahoe, the multiple roadside inspection and decontamization stations for motorized boats and watercraft are now open for the 2018 boating season.

Participating organizations are celebrating the success of fighting aquatic invasive species (AIS) for the past 10 years. A huge part of this success is due to the boat inspection program that has allowed us to prevent new species from entering Lake Tahoe.

Emerald Bay Road Work To Resume

Repair Work on the Emerald Bay retaining wall is set to resume starting the week of April 23rd, including the closure of the northbound lane.

'Saving Snow' Film Premiere April 21 at Squaw Valley

Citizens Climate Lobby and Palisades Tahoe Institute will present a premiere of the documentary film Saving Snow in Saturday, April 21st in conjunction with the Truckee-Tahoe Earth Day Festival.

Broken Arrow Skyrace Returns To North Lake Tahoe In June

The Broken Arrow Skyrace, presented by Salomon, returns to iconic Palisades Tahoe Alpine Meadows on June 15-17, 2018. The three-day event consists of four race distances, each showcasing the beauty of Lake Tahoe, the “Jewel of the Sierra.”

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USFS Announces Park Opening Dates

The U.S. Forest Service Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit (LTBMU) has announced 2018 summer opening dates for the Lake Tahoe Area campground, parks and facilities.

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