Lake Tahoe resides in both California and Nevada, in the heart of historic Washoe Indian territory. Today, the lake and the Tahoma beach houses are surrounded by national park and forest land. You can have you pick of many different types of entertainment, whether you want to spend your day on the lake or in the woods.
Sugar Pine Point State Park runs along two miles of Lake Tahoe shoreline. You can cross-country ski through the pines and aspens in the winter or fish the lake in the summer. Eldorado National Forest, south of Tahoma, and Tahoe National Forest, north of Tahoma, provide many hiking and nature trails. The Rubicon Trail, which runs from D.L. Bliss State Park through Emerald Bay State Park, is considered by many to be the most beautiful hike in Tahoe.
Beaches dot these state and national parks along the shores of Lake Tahoe. Meeks Bay has a white sandy beach with volleyball courts. Pope Beach offers a lot of shade from the stands of tall pines. Kiva Beach is pet friendly, so you can bring the family dog. Baldwin Beach, on the south side of the lake, is secluded and offers spectacular mountain views. Several of these beaches have kayak or paddleboard rentals available. The town of Homewood has boat charters available, with experienced captains who will help you have your very best day at the lake. No matter which beach is near your Tahoma beach house, you are sure to enjoy the crystalline waters and sandy beaches at Lake Tahoe.
If you're looking for a good ski resort that is a bit off the beaten path, consider Homewood Mountain Resort. Since the mountain here is a bit smaller than others near Lake Tahoe, the resort is uncrowded and has a family-friendly atmosphere. The resort is right off the lake, so the view as you descend the mountain is unparalleled.
Tahoma beach houses are the perfect spot to enjoy outdoor adventure in every season.