Lake Tahoe Information: Blog

Lake Tahoe combines the bustling tourist destination scene with the chill mountain escape atmosphere, and nothing covers the array of the area’s information quite like Lake Tahoe This Week’s News and Blogs. Our blog is like that local friend who’s your source of Lake Tahoe information, who knows all the ins and outs of the area and will steer you toward the fun. Shanie Matthews, longtime Lake Tahoe local, is your insider guide who’s ready to share her tips and pointers to fun Lake Tahoe activities. Residents and visitors alike can use this Lake Tahoe information to stay up to date on the hottest of the happenings, whether it’s spring, summer, fall or winter! Want a review of recent festivals? Which Lake Tahoe activities are the locals most anticipating? How’d competitors do in the most recent athletic events? Where you can have a wild night? What about a low-key one? Shanie keeps you informed and answers all your questions with the Lake Tahoe This Week Blog.

Stay updated on the biggest events of the season and discover obscure attractions that guarantee an amazing time. As you relay this Lake Tahoe information to your crew, your friends and family may start to wonder just how you possibly know so much about the area. Shanie will help make you a guru on where to find awesome events that’ll add a memorable touch to your vacation or a midweek pick me up. Past and present blog posts can give you a feel for the Lake Tahoe area, the events and the types of people you can find there. Check in regularly with Lake Tahoe This Week Blog to keep up with the latest excitement.

Featured Blog

Harvesting Lake Tahoe Fun

By Shanie Matthews | Sunday, October 8, 2017
We are hitting the middle of autumn already. Soon the snow will be flying and the mountains will be calling all skiers and snowboarders. With the beautiful fall weather, now is the time to harvest any outdoor activities that you were hoping to get done before Jack Frost starts nipping at our noses. If you were... Read More

Feel the Excitement in Tahoe

By Shanie Matthews | Monday, October 2, 2017
Can you feel it? Can you feel the excitement in the air? Tahoe is electric with the anticipation of winter coming. The community is full of activities to get you psyched up for the coming snowfall. Whether it is through getting outdoors and getting the heart rate up or by taking in ski film premieres that showcase... Read More

Autumn Elegance, Laughter and Appreciation

By Shanie Matthews | Tuesday, September 26, 2017
The first week of autumn is upon us and Lake Tahoe is showing itself in its true beauty. To take advantage of the perfect weather and lack of crowds, there are a ton of great events lined up to partake in. The next seven days are filled with laughter, culture and appreciation. Keep reading to learn more. 42nd Annual... Read More

Finding Your Best Self in Lake Tahoe

By Shanie Matthews | Tuesday, September 19, 2017
Life is pretty grand at the moment in Lake Tahoe. There are no crowds to speak of. We have received a few rain showers, helping to rinse off the lingering summer dust. And outdoor activities like mountain biking are in their prime with the recent weather. As we step into the fall season, the basin is ripe with ways... Read More

A Week for Community in Lake Tahoe

By Shanie Matthews | Sunday, September 10, 2017
The last week of summer is here and with it comes some wonderful ways to take advantage of Lake Tahoe’s Indian Summer. Beyond enjoying the outdoors, this is a week that celebrates community in its many forms. From witnessing the global commonality from the deck of a paddleboard to enjoying the coming together in the... Read More

Serenity Begins in Lake Tahoe

By Shanie Matthews | Thursday, August 31, 2017
With the last few weeks of summer comes the beginning of a quieter season for Lake Tahoe. This is the time of year to visit if you enjoy beaches void of people, if you appreciate the silence of an empty forest or if you love the feeling of being alone while watching the setting of a sherbet sun. Lake Tahoe truly... Read More