If you're traveling to stunning North Lake Tahoe and are looking for a private home away from home, check out our Incline Village vacation rentals and create some unforgettable memories.
Located four miles east of entertainment-focused Crystal Bay, Incline Village is situated in the northeast corner of beautiful Lake Tahoe, 36 miles south of Reno, NV and 17 miles east of Truckee, CA.
Offering a multitude of outdoor activities, Incline Village draws families, athletes, and explorers all year long. Every Independence Day, Incline Village brings out the red, white, and blue with a community fair, parade, and fun events like the pancake breakfast, rotary duck races, beer & brats, wine & cheese, and more. Top off your fun-filled day with a fireworks show backed by live music.
Other summer activities include swimming at Hidden Beach, a quieter and more secluded beach than many at Lake Tahoe, and classic summer activities like picnicking, mountain biking, and hiking at Lake Tahoe State Park. Anglers will want to spend some time at Spooner Lake for catch-and-release fishing.
Guests who visit in January will have the pleasure of experiencing Ullr Fest, a yearly celebration that honors the Norse god of snow. Attend the kickoff torchlight parade down Diamond Peak's slopes, followed by a party with live music. Watch or take part in the shovel races or the uphill/downhill race, and place your bids at the silent auction dinner dressed in full costume in honor of Ullr.
With 30 runs, two terrain parks, and six lifts across 655 acres, veteran and beginning skiers and boarders will find a place at Diamond Peak, two miles outside Incline Village. Those searching for airtime can drive 13 miles to Northstar California Resort and hit the world-class terrain parks. At the end of a busy day on the slopes, head back to town for delicious après-ski dinner and drinks.
No matter what time of year you visit Lake Tahoe, our comfortable and convenient Incline Village vacation homes provide you with more privacy than you'll ever find at a hotel on the sparkling shores of Lake Tahoe.
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