West shore

About the Neighborhood

Touted as the Magical West Shore of Lake Tahoe, this region is known for its charm, sandy beaches and lots of snow. The area consists of several unique, smaller Tahoe communities, filled with trails, campgrounds, skiing, restaurants and lake access. The West Shore communities from north to south are Tahoe City, Sunnyside, Homewood, Tahoma, Meeks Bay and Rubicon. There are a whole host of subdivisions in between. This area is a little quieter and more secluded, perfect if you are really looking to get away. Lakefront estates are often on multiple acres, with deep water piers and hundreds of feet of shoreline. Cabins can back to national forest, and be in deeply wooded and secluded settings, for that true Tahoe getaway. The West Shore of Lake Tahoe gets more snow than most other spots around the lake, but the proximity to Homewood Ski Resort and Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows makes for relatively easy winter sports access. In the summer, the West Shore is home to some of the most spectacular hiking in the area. Two historic state parks – Sugar Pine Point and Vikingsholm State Park grace the area with several campgrounds and recreation spots in proximity. If you’ve never explored the Magical West Shore of Lake Tahoe, it’s worth a closer look. Read more about the community here: https://westshorelaketahoe.com/

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