Lake Tahoe is a stunning crystal-clear lake in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, right on the border of California and Nevada. Known for its world-class ski resorts, casinos, and picture-perfect views, it’s no surprise real estate has been booming in Tahoe and has become a coveted prize.
Tahoe is divided into several trendy areas, all with their own charms and attractions. With a timeshare or fractional property, you can visit each one to enjoy a unique vacation in each area of Tahoe without the hassle of full-time ownership. Invest in shared real estate that will let you enjoy all the unique properties of Lake Tahoe.
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$7,000 and up - Fractional Home, Fractional Resales
Enjoy the beautiful scenery of Lake Tahoe when you purchase a property in Old Greenwood. The community promises exclusivity with only 99 homes/homesites and offers…More Details
$39,000 and up - Fractional Resales, Fractional Resort
The Marriott Grand Residence is an upscale vacation destination for those with a taste for luxury and a great appreciation of natural beauty. Individuals and…More Details
$85,000 and up - Fractional Home, Fractional Resales
These condos in the Kirkwood Mountain Resort offer a snug home base for your Lake Tahoe vacation. Unlike other resorts in the area, Kirkwood provides…More Details
$100,000 and up - Fractional Resort
For those who love the crisp feel of powder under their skis, the Destination Club has you covered on the west coast. Marvel at the…More Details
$120,000 per share - Fractional Resales, Fractional Resort
The Northstar Club remains a favorite Lake Tahoe destination with its skiing, lake activities and beauty right outside your doorstep. Right in the Village of…More Details
$143,000 per share - Fractional Home
Northstar Lake Tahoe home valued at over $3 million dollars. Sleep right on the slopes with ski-in and ski-out access. Amazing property and…More Details
$150,000 and up - Fractional Home, Fractional Resales
Now you can own a private residence on the shores of Lake Tahoe, at a fraction of the cost. Located on the lake beach,…More Details
Close to plenty of ski resorts, North Shore is an excellent option for skiers and snowboarders. The central town in North Shore is Incline Village in Nevada. On the California side, you can find the small towns Carnelian Bay, Kings Beach, and Crystal Bay. Although North Shore has fewer restaurants and attractions than other areas, it still hosts its fair share. For nature lovers, the Lake Tahoe State Park is located in North Shore, near Incline Village.
Some of Tahoe’s best beaches are in North Shore. Don’t miss the Sand Harbor beaches in the state park. There you can rent a boat or get your scuba certification. When the weather is nice, people love going to Sand Harbor for picnics. Interested in pioneer history? Visit the Donner Memorial State Park and Emigrant Trail Museum in Truckee, California. This stunning forest park was named for the Donner party, a group of pioneers who became lost in these mountain passes.
If you’re looking for more attractions and nightlife, you should check out South Shore. South Shore is mostly known for its host of casinos, restaurants, spas, and shopping. But that’s not all South Shore has to offer. Head to Pope Beach in California for crystal blue waters, wildlife spotting, and mountain views.
If views are what you’re after, ride the Gondola at Heavenly in South Lake Tahoe, California. For those looking for a challenging sports outing, South Shore has some great trails. Mt. Tallac trail is a challenging, but rewarding favorite. Nature lovers should also check out the Van Sickle Bi-State Park in South Lake Tahoe for stellar views and waterfalls.
Trying to decide between the bustle of South Shore and the skiing near North Shore? Northstar makes a good alternative. Not only do they have the ski resorts of North Shore, with incredible alpine skiing, but they also have some of the best high-end shopping in Tahoe. Northstar also hosts plenty of dining options from gourmet to kid-friendly.
Northstar has enough luxury to keep you entertained on a romantic getaway, but it’s also kid-friendly. Take your children to the ice skating rink, sledding slopes, or ride the gondola. If you need a way to tire your kids out before you and your partner hit the town, take them to Northstar’s bungee trampoline to bounce all their energy away. Take your family to Tahoe Treetop Adventure Parks for zip lining and obstacle courses.
For adventure travelers, try skydiving, whitewater rafting, or hiking trails all near Northstar. Eagle Falls is one of the more beloved trails in the area. The hike to the waterfall is easy. However, the hike up to the lake is intermediate. In the summer, bring a bathing suit and towel to swim in the lake after your hike.
Nature lovers and photographers should head to D.L. Bliss State Park in California. Here you can hike trails for stellar views or swim in the perfect blue water. Hikers should seek out Rubicon trail, a fan favorite.
The bays and inlets of West Shore Tahoe make it a unique option. Visitors love to explore the inlets on kayaks, especially by sunset. There’s also plenty of marinas to enjoy some fresh fish and beer while appreciating the views. West Shore is most renowned for its deep forests, making it a must-see for nature enthusiasts. West Shore is home to Sugar Pine State Park, one of the most popular parks in Tahoe. Hangout on the beach or hike one of its secluded trails.
Find Your Place in Tahoe
If you’re thinking about buying a vacation home, but are concerned about the work a vacation property requires, you should consider timeshares in Lake Tahoe. There is even some incredible luxury shared real estate in Northstar, where you can get a perfect balance of attractions and skiing.
With a fractional vacation property, you can spend time in your favorite cities without the hassle of full-time ownership, and enjoy the comforts and amenities of a luxury hotel. Plenty of people want to own property near great skiing. Tahoe is the perfect place to invest in because you can visit year-round. According to this recent WSJ article, ski resorts aren’t just for winter vacations!