What is your kind of fun? Do you like to get out and explore or kick back? Well, Spark, Reno, Lake Tahoe and the surrounding areas offer a little something for everyone! There is no limit to the amount of fun you will have when visiting our beautiful area.
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Lake Tahoe – Do you like to ski or snowboard? Want to check out the sights from a saddle of a jetski or a Harley Davidson? Then you have arrived at the right site! A trip to Lake Tahoe wouldn’t be complete without some time on the water. Since many options exist — from wake surfing and kayaking to fishing and cruising — you’re bound to find something you’ll enjoy. Don’t own a boat? No problem. There are plenty of rental options. Taking a cruise on Lake Tahoe is something else to consider. Sierra Cloud Catamaran Tours, which partners with Action Water Sports, offers 2-hour voyages of the northern and eastern shores three times daily from Incline Village on its 55-foot (16.8 meter) boat. Trips include beverages and snacks. Periodic sunset music cruises also take place. Private charter cruises are also options on Sierra Cloud. One of the best known boat shows in the area is the Lake Tahoe Concours d’Elegance wooden boat show, held each August at varying locations. These antique, classic, restored and vintage boats make it one of the nation’s premiere shows. Several swimming events are held at the lake each year, including the Gar Woods Polar Bear Swim during North Lake Tahoe SnowFest each March. Popular summer swims include the Sand Harbor Open Water Swim in June, Lake Tahoe Open Water Swim in August and South Shore Open Water Swim in October. If group swims aren’t your thing, pick a beach and swim at your leisure. Swimming is a cardiovascular activity that builds endurance and strength and eliminates the stress of impact off the body. Scuba diving, windsurfing and parasailing are other water sports to do at Lake Tahoe. Windsurfing is a combination of surfing and sailing. Parasailing involves wearing an open parachute while gliding in the air and being towed by a boat.
Genoa Bar – This is the oldest settlement in Nevada and it hosts several historic entities. The Genoa Bar is a must visit when wanting to see a historic settlement. The Mormon Station State Historic Park will definitely get your imagination wondering how these pioneers managed to overcome impossible odds. Another interesting itrem to visit is the Genoa Courthouse Museum as this offers a little bit of history on the post office, school, jail and black smith. Taker the time to visit and read about the history of Genoa and you will be entertained!
Reno Riverwalk – a variety of shops, bistros and cafés, lodging, bars, taverns, indoor and outdoor entertainment venues and even a whitewater park that you can swim in for free!.
Fun things to do in Reno Tahoe can be selected by category from the link below
You will be able to select information on “Outdoor Activities”, “Food & Drink”, “Arts & Culture”, “Family-Friendly Activities”, “Shopping”, “Spas”, “Events”, “Nightlife” and “Sport Teams” as well the Visit Reno Tahoe’s Tips, Lists and Stories. This is a must review collection of fun things to do!
Questions about Nevada/California Fun things to do?
This is by no means a complete list of fun things to do. If you have questions about fun things to do, please feel free to contact the front desk while staying at any of the QM Resorts and inquire about all that the Northern Nevada has to offer.
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