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15 Oct 2018
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Thanksgiving in Lake Tahoe

The holiday where Americans consume over 40 million turkeys is one of our favorites, because it's the start to 6 buzzing weeks of family-friendly holidays in the area. Most resorts (weather permitting) open their doors to skiers/riders right before Thanksgiving Day! That means you can get out for a few turns before feasting with friends and loved ones. Squaw Alpine has announced their opening day for the 2018/19 ski season as November 18, 2018 – stay tuned for other area resort openings!

Thanksgiving in Tahoe | Thanksgiving Dinner 2017

Thanksgiving Dinner in Lake Tahoe 2018

If you don’t have a home-cooked meal lined up, or simply don’t feel like doing dishes on vacation, check out the following spots for tasty a Thanksgiving dinner (check back as local restaurants are updated):

  • Squaw Valley High Camp
  • The Ritz-Carlton Lake Tahoe Harvest Buffet
  • Granlibakken Resort Thanksgiving Dinner

Get Fit Before You Feast

Start the day right with an invigorating yoga class at Studio Tahoe or Wanderlust Yoga. Or try out a barre or TRX class in Truckee at The Bar Effect.

Don't Miss Thanksgiving Weekend Events in Tahoe

There are some serious 'don't miss' events Thanksgiving weekend:

1. After feasting with loved ones, trek out for a Full Moon Snowshoe Tour Thanksgiving evening from 5:30PM to 8:30PM with Tahoe Adventure Company. Cost is $70 and includes snowshoe gear, poles, hot drinks, trail snack and permit fees. Reserve your spot early.  

2. Kick off your holiday shopping Thanksgiving weekend at Tahoe City's Holiday Hop - Small Business Saturday on November 24 from 12PM to 6PM. Enjoy wine, snacks festive cheer while you support locally-owned Tahoe businesses. For more information: visittahoecity.org. 

Plan your Tahoe Thanksgiving vacation today!