Sightseeing & Attractions of North Lake Tahoe

72 Mile Scenic Drive
Drive around the lake and enjoy the scenic beauty
including Emerald Bay, one of the most photographed sites.

Donner Memorial State Park and Museum
Donner Lake {530}582-7892 Camping, picnicking, boating fishing and hiking.
The Emigrant Trail Museum exhibits Sierra Nevada history, the tragic tale of
the Donner Party and the construction of the Central Pacific railway. 10am-4pm.
Ehrman Mansion
Sugar Pine Point State Park {530}525-7982
A three-story summer mansion. Six tours daily July 1- Labor Day. $/car.
Fanny Bridge & Truckee River Outlet
Tahoe City Lake Tahoe's only outlet. Observe giant Trout in the Truckee River.

Gatekeeper's Museum
Marian Steinbeck Basket Museum
Tahoe City (530)583-1762 Open May 1 - October 1.
History, Native American artifacts, Washo baskets, early pioneer logging and
railroad, vintage photos and research library.

Historic Downtown Truckee
Truckee This old Sierra logging, mining and railroad town preserves much of its
original architecture. Frontier-like shops and restaurants.

Squaw Valley USA Cable Car
Olympic Valley {530}583-6985 Take the cable car to High Camp Bath & Tennis
Club to hike, Mt. bike, swim, ice skate, dine, bungee jumping, volleyball and tennis.
The Watson Cabin Museum
Tahoe City {530}583-8717 Open daily, June 15 - Labor Day.
On the National Register as the oldest building built in Tahoe city. As it was in 1909.
Western American Ski /Sports Museum
Boreal Ridge Ski Area {530}426-3313
Exhibits of skiing history from the 1850's to the present. Theater shows of vintage footage. 11am-5pm. Wed. - Sun.

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