Welcome to Boulder Bay Resort, home of the only luxury condos in North Lake Tahoe! Built with using state-of-the-art, energy efficient design and materials, these tastefully decorated condos have all the bells and whistles. Each bedroom is fitted with elegant king beds, flat-screen TVs, black-out curtains, and a private en suite. The office is easily converted into a bedroom with a Murphy bed and privacy curtains that unfold in front of a glass door; plus, there is a half-bath across the hall. In the kitchen, you will find sleek, modern appliances and 4 bar stools in an open floor plan, making it perfect for entertaining. The kitchen leads out into the shared courtyard where you can play with the kids or mingle with your neighbor.
Guests will have access to a range of amenities, including shared hot tub, car detailing station, electric vehicle charging station, dog wash station, fitness center, private storage lockers, and much more!
Although the beautiful lake views are enough to make you want to stay in, there is plenty to do outdoors. Surrounding resorts and public areas can provide many adventures:
- Winter Adventures: Snowshoeing, downhill and/or cross-country skiing (Diamond Peak, Mt. Rose Ski Park, Northstar - which also offers ice skating,
Squaw, and Boreal, to name just a few), snowmobiling, or snow park fun, including sledding and making snow people, snow angels, or snow balls.
- Summer Adventures: Mountain biking, hiking, water skiing, boating on the lake, kayaking, stand-up paddle boarding (rentals are in Kings Beach, just a few minutes' drive), or an easy car ride to float down the Truckee River.
- A scenic drive to many of the main attractions around the lake, such as Zephyr Cove, Sand Harbor, the Flume Trail, Emerald Bay, Vikingsholm, Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena, Lower Eagle Falls, and the Olympic Village Museum at Squaw Valley.
- Seasonal Attractions: The ability to watch fireworks from the deck on July 4th and 5th, the Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival, the Lake Tahoe Dance Festival, and the Autumn Food and Wine Festival, to name just a few; you can check out Trip Advisor for ideas on the many things to do in Tahoe or visit this link for a list of festivals at North Lake: https://www.gotahoenorth.com/summer-festivals-north-lake-tahoe/.
- Hike, bike, or run the two-and-a-half-mile round-trip paved trail up to Stateline Lookout for the most magnificent views of Lake Tahoe! The trail will take you across the state line and teach you about the history of the area thanks to placards dotting the trail's edge. You can access the trail by following the foot path on the east side of the building, past the playground, and up the old fire road.
Things to know:
All guests must be at least 25 years of age to rent this home unless accompanied by their parent or legal guardian.
* Please note that the exterior of this home is monitored by active surveillance cameras.