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Area Description

Welcome to a place with enough around-the-clock activities to keep you playing all day on the shore of the largest alpine lake in North America. It's clear water surrounded by the majestic Sierra Nevada. Jaw-dropping vistas, stately groves of pines, and gorgeous sunsets await. When it comes to wild life, we've got both kinds.

Includes Cities/Towns: South Lake Tahoe, Stateline, Zephyr Cove.

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   If you can think of it, you can do it at Lake Tahoe!

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BlueGo Public Bus service, Uber, Lyft and taxi cabs.

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 Month  Low  Avg  High  Rain
 Jan  18.0  30.5  43.0  2.7 "
 Feb  19.8  31.9  44.0  2.7 "
 Mar  24.0  36.4  48.8  2.8 "
 Apr  27.8  40.8  53.8  1.0 "
 May  33.3  48.4  63.5  1.0 "
 Jun  38.5  55.1  71.8  0.6 "
 Jul  43.0  61.6  80.3  0.4 "
 Aug  42.5  61.0  79.5  0.4 "
 Sep  37.5  55.5  73.5  0.7 "
 Oct  30.3  46.5  62.8  1.7 "
 Nov  24.0  37.3  50.5  2.9 "
 Dec  19.0  30.9  42.8  2.9 "



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