Lake Tahoe is filled with scenic landmarks and original things to do. Nowhere else can you go on an underground tunnel tour where Frank Sinatra used to roam, or hop on the lake for a sunset paddlewheel cruise. Here are spots not to be missed.
One of the most-photographed places in Lake Tahoe, Emerald Bay, located on the south west end, is part of a 593-acre state park. The lookouts are the most popular to take photos, but visitors can hike down the trails to Vikingsholm, a replica of an 11th-century Viking castle built in 1928. Visitors can also boat out to Fannette Island, the only island in Lake Tahoe, and explore, or hang on the beach in the bay.
By Tawnya Schultz Featured In: TawnyaSchultz.com
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