PLAYGROUNDS, PARKS & BICYCLE/HIKING TRAILS

The Tahoe City "Old Tahoe" area features everything from equestrian and nature trails and picnic sites, to scenic lakes and ponds.

The Lake Tahoe Marathon, held each fall, is a run that you will never forget, starting from our hotel in Tahoe City and proceeding down the west shore to South Tahoe. You can access registration information at www.laketahoemarathon.com.

The new $6 million Commons Beach Playground that was completed in 2004 is just across the street from our resort and has all kinds of activities that kids will like. In addition to swimming and playing on the sand, swings and slides, there are other activities such as a rock climbing area. And, as you see in our photographs, there are barbecues and picnic tables that are FREE for your use. "Family Friendly Activities"-that's what it's all about at our Lake Tahoe Resort.

The pictures also show one of the bicycle and hiking trails that go through the Commons Beach Park and winds in every direction around the lake and down the Truckee River canyon.

The pictured Tahoe Rim Trail, that winds around Lake Tahoe for 165 miles, connecting with the Flume Trail, creates a biking, hiking and wildlife paradise all its own. It is just one of the many trails that abound in the area. Hikers and bikers will find no shortage of beautiful scenery to explore from our resort.














Reservations can be made at ABVI Tahoe City
Located in North Lake Tahoe by calling:
Toll Free: 1-866-LUV TAHOE (1-866-588-8246)
Post Office Box 84, 455 North Lake Blvd.
Tahoe City, California 96145 USA
Telephone: 530-583-3766
Email:
info@abvitahoecity.com

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