Rent a Boat on Lake Tahoe

Lake Tahoe is one of the most beautiful lakes in all of California. It’s awesome to admire from the shore, from dinner, or from your condo at Chinquapin, but nothing compares to actually getting out onto the lake. From the lake, you’ll be able to see beautiful homes, your condo, gorgeous greenery, and much more. What’s even better is when you rent a boat, you’ll be able to take a dip and cool off on a hot and sunny summer day. There are plenty of great boat rentals for Lake Tahoe all near your stay at Chinquapin.

The Best Boat Rentals on Lake Tahoe

There are a few great places to rent boats from near Chinquapin, which means you’re one step closer to having an amazing day out on the lake. There are plenty of boats to accommodate your group, no matter how many! To learn more about boat rentals on Lake Tahoe, read below.

Rent A Boat Lake Tahoe

Rent A Boat Lake Tahoe prides itself on having the cleanest and most dependable boats on Lake Tahoe. With friendly and educated staff, you can have a worry-free day out on the lake in some of the safest boats. Whether you want to rent a boat for just the afternoon or a few days, Rent A Boat Lake Tahoe has everything you need! To view prices on their boats, visit their website

Lake Tahoe Boat Rentals

If you’re looking for a big pontoon, then you’ve come to the right place. Lake Tahoe Boat Rentals offers some of the biggest and nicest boats on Lake Tahoe. A four-hour minimum is required, up to ten people can enjoy an afternoon on Lake Tahoe. To learn more about their boats and pricing, visit their website

Chinquapin Condos on Lake Tahoe

You won’t find anything more beautiful than the condos at Chinquapin. When you stay with us, you’ll be right on the gorgeous Lake Tahoe. Our condos are spacious, beautiful, and perfect for any size group. Enjoy our accommodations, like full kitchens, massive porches or patios to admire Lake Tahoe’s beauty, fireplaces, and so much more. To book one of our elegant condos, give us a call at 800-732-6721.

 

Chinquapin is one of the most spectacular 95 acres of wooded area along the beaches of Lake Tahoe. People are drawn to the natural beauty of this destination because it has a little something for everyone to enjoy. Fortunately, the location is perfect for those that want to enjoy nature, but still, have access to nearby accommodations. Once you nestled into one of the inviting Tahoe City hotels, the next order of business will be finding a few go-to restaurants that will cure your hunger and leave a lasting impression. You can’t really visit Tahoe without taking in the cuisine. Check out this compilation of must-try Tahoe City restaurants. The hardest decision will be which one you will choose first! 

River Grill

Kicking off the list of best Tahoe City restaurants is none other than River Grill. Not only will you experience friendly staff and unforgettable meals, but you’ll get to enjoy all of this with a show-stopping view of the Truckee River. Patrons rave about the sunset views and insist that the Halibut Special should never be passed up. The gorgeously plated meals, live music, and a welcoming atmosphere are sure to make this an instant favorite. 

Spoon Restaurant 

After you’ve spent a long day in the great outdoors, it’s time to replenish your body! Spoon Restaurant is a terrific option because of the inviting cottage vibe and satisfying comfort food menu. Not only will every single bite be absolutely delicious, but you’ll know you’re in good hands the moment you walk through the door. The staff at Spoon Restaurant will go the extra mile to explain the menu and go over the vegan and vegetarian options should you desire it. Plus, you can bring your own wine with no corkage fee! 

Fire Sign Café

Next time you visit Tahoe, check out the Fire Sign Café. This spot is ideal for lunch and breakfast as the hours of operation are from 7:30 am to 2:30 pm. The extensive menu has a little something for everyone, but it appears that patrons absolutely love the first dish they try and often have a hard time branching out! Most of the menu is made from scratch, so you are sure to appreciate each and every bite of your meal. Plus, the wait staff is friendly, attentive, and willing to explain all that the restaurant has to offer. 

Sunnyside

The list of best Tahoe City restaurants wouldn’t be complete without this gem of a place! This beautiful place is an excellent spot to unwind after a long day of exploring. However, this is a hot spot that can get crowded during the peak season. If you’re planning to visit during dinner hours, you may need to call ahead. Patrons rave about the great service and friendly staff. You’ll definitely want to check this one out the next time you’re in the area! 

Complete your visit to Chinquapin by visiting one of these inviting restaurants. You’ll not only refuel for the day, but you’ll have a fun experience to boot!

Lake Tahoe in winter

Pack the family and head to Tahoe for a ski vacation to Lake Tahoe in winter! Choose one of the best Lake Tahoe resorts, Chinquapin to plan your skiing and snowboarding adventures, as well as plenty of other fun places to visit in northern California.

Skiing around Chinquapin

Nestled between Truckee and Tahoe City, Alpine Meadows Resort is the perfect skiing spot for families and winter enthusiasts. From easy-riding progression parks to wide-open bowls, Alpine Meadows brings an exciting challenge to any level of skier or snowboarder, with over a 100 trails spread over 2,400 acres, mountain adventures await at every jump. It’s the perfect spot for skiers looking to push their skills to the next level. This mountain is known for its fluffy snow and challenging terrain, making it an ideal skiing and riding spot. Lake Tahoe in winter offers some great terrain, especially if you’re willing to hike a little bit. There’s plenty of fun mountain areas around Chinquapin for you to enjoy skiing and boarding, or mountain towns with great nightlife, either way, you’ll find that staying around Lake Tahoe in winter is the best way to enjoy the snowy season.

Snowshoeing around Lake Tahoe in Winter

If skiing isn’t your thing, you can take beautiful winter hikes around the lake. The Tahoe basin is laced with snowshoe trails, and you can find your way to some incredible winter vistas in short order. Trails range in difficulty from beginner to off-course. Most ski resorts will offer snowshoes and equipment you’ll need for rent. For a mind-blowing view, you can enjoy without the hike, take one of the year-round scenic tours offered by Reno Tahoe Helicopters. They provide various flights, including an hour-long sunset tour. Bring your camera, and capture the one of a kind view of Lake Tahoe in winter from above. Of all the things to do in Tahoe City this winter, you’ll want to experience most of them, if not all of them. We have something for everyone to come and enjoy Lake Tahoe in winter with Chinquapin today!

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