3 Things to Try in Tahoe this Spring

As winter (at least somewhat) melts into spring, check out new things to do in Lake Tahoe this season!

Lake Tahoe in spring



 Jump Into a Hot Springhot springs in the Sierra Nevada

Warm up after a long winter in one of the area’s many hot springs. These natural springs are geothermal pools of mineral water long thought to contain healing properties. While science hasn’t confirmed that, they are definitely a confirmed fun and relaxing way to thaw out. Check out this list of hot springs in the Tahoe area.


Explore Treasures in Truckee

Historically a logging community and major railroad construction site, the charming mountain town of Truckee located a short drive from Tahoe is now an art and food hub filled with quaint cafes and breweries, shops, and art galleries. Browse Main Street, or bike along the Truckee River then reward yourself with brews and bites at Truckee Brewing Company.



Cruise in a Hot Air Balloon


Perhaps the only thing better than seeing stunning Lake Tahoe, is taking it all in from high above ground. Lake Tahoe Balloons offers a spectacular way to get an aerial view of Emerald Bay, Desolation Wilderness, and if you’re lucky, even Yosemite over 150 miles away! Cap off you balloon ride with a celebratory glass of champagne.


Recover from your springtime fun at Red Wolf Lodge, located in the heart of Olympic Valley, near all the local area has to offer!

Our balcony replacement project is scheduled to begin September 24, 2023 through November 30, 2023. During this time, you may notice construction-related noise  between the hours of 8:00am and 6:00pm, Monday through Friday. Every effort will be taken to reduce the impact to your stay as much as possible. For more information, contact our Front Desk at (530) 583-7226.

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