The Tahoe City Waterfront Tour was developed in 2013 to celebrate the town’s 150th anniversary, known as TC150. The tour, which is a program of the North Lake Tahoe Historical Society, focuses on Tahoe City and the beautiful waters of Lake Tahoe throughout history. Topics include the Truckee River, dam, water rights, flow rates, rafting, water clarity, historic sailing vessels, motor boat racing, fish, Commons Beach, as well as current things to do and places to eat in Tahoe City. The tours are lead by professional tour guide and longtime resident Karen Willcuts.
What: free guided walking tour of Tahoe City’s waterfront along the new Lakeside Bike Trail
Meeting Place: Gatekeeper’s Museum, 130 West Lake Blvd, Tahoe City, CA. 96145
Meeting time: 10AM
duration: about 1.5 hours
Distance: about 3/4 of a mile on a flat bike trail
Ending Location: Close to Boatworks Mall
Price: Free, however you will be given the opportunity to make a donation to the North Lake Tahoe Historical Society. For your $5 donation, you will be invited into the museum for free that day.
Dates: Saturday August 24, August 31.
Other information: please park in public parking lots or at the Gatekeeper’s Museum. Leashed well behaved dogs are welcome. This tour is family friendly however it probably won’t be exciting for very young children. Both tours will be offered Saturday August 31 at 10AM. More Information: call the Gatekeeper’s Museum at 530-583-1762
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