Our Tahoe Top Five in Fall Things to Do

Fall is filled with new beginnings – children starting a new school year, teenagers going off to college, and the start of the harvest season. But just because summer is over doesn’t mean the fun has to end. Lake Tahoe is the perfect fall vacation getaway to enjoy the beauty of nature away from the stresses of daily life. Here are our Top Five this Fall:

  1. Downtown Truckee Wine, Walk & ShopSaturday, October 6thNow in its ninth year, The Downtown Truckee Wine, Walk, Wine & Shop has established itself as one of Truckee’s preeminent events. This annual favorite showcases historic downtown Truckee while locals and visitors sip wine, taste delicious food from local restaurants and enjoy shopping at the many boutiques and specialty shops in the area.
  2. Tahoe Restaurant WeekOctober 7th – 14th
    The 3rd Annual Lake Tahoe Restaurant Week is a celebration of the of our dynamic cuisine and culinary talent that has made the Lake Tahoe region the best mountain dining destination in the country. PlumpJack Cafe is offering a 3-course Prix Fixe Menu and PlumpJack Squaw Valley Inn is offering a $135 guestroom rate during that week. Please call reservations at 800.323.ROOM and mention PROMO CODE: RESTAURANT
  3. Explore Burton Creek State Park’ssix miles of trails where you can go on a refreshing hike or invigorating mountain bike trip. Through October, visitors can enjoy the changing of seasons as the leaves transform from a sea of green to a medley of gold, orange, red, and brown.
  4. 8thAnnual Tahoe City Harvest Festival and OktoberfestOctober 6th– 20th Celebrate the changing of the seasons and enjoy tastings of German wines, 5-K and 10-K runs, a pub crawl, a ghost walk and a pumpkin-carving workshop.
  5. Historical Haunted Walking Tour in Truckee October 18th – 19th
    Don’t miss this annual event that attracts more than 300 attendees, featuring tales of yore with a memorable and entertaining twist at Truckee’s historic posts and watering holes. This spooky tour
    begins with a glass of wine before the haunted tales begin.

    Lake Tahoe is a place that not only brings out our inner-outdoorsperson, but is also a place to relax and imbibe in good food and wine with friends and family. Experience delicious local cuisine and exciting events, all within minutes of PlumpJack Squaw Valley Inn, a charming and comfortable hotel tucked at the base of the Sierra Nevada Mountains.

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