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Top Things to Do in June in Lake Tahoe: Best Places to Play and Where to Stay This June 2014 in Lake Tahoe Announced by TahoesBest.com

Summer Offers Great Fun and Memories at Beautiful Blue Lake Tahoe; So Take Advantage of the TahoesBest.com List of the Best Things to Do This June in Tahoe While the Weather Is Warm

LAKE TAHOE, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/29/14 -- Summer was made for Lake Tahoe. Sunshine, water, greenery and scenery show off the best of Lake Tahoe, with so many activities and fun things to do, visitors will easily fill up a weekend, a week, or a multi-week stay, then come back for more. Today, TahoesBest.com (http://www.tahoesbest.com) revealed its list of best things to do this summer 2014 in Lake Tahoe. The list includes things to do during sunny days and warm nights, and ways to take advantage of the great weather! TahoesBest.com also includes suggestions for great places to stay in the area this summer. This list will get vacation plans moving and visitors travelling to one of the world's premier summer destinations: Lake Tahoe.

Best Summer Activities at Lake Tahoe:

"Lake Tahoe is simply the best summer getaway," says Lindsey Skinner, editor of TahoesBest.com. "That's why so many people come to Lake Tahoe. The area is teeming with warm weather activities, beautiful sites and of course, the unforgettable Lake itself. "

Golf: Visitors find superior golfing at Lake Tahoe. Try the Whitehawk Ranch Golf Club. The contours of Mohawk Valley give golfers splendid views, and the top-notch care the club puts into the fairways makes golfing pleasant. Practice facilities and The Golf Shop offer golfers excellent opportunities to hone their skills, gets clubs fit or repaired and browse the latest in golf wear.

Parasailing: We recommend North Shore Parasail for the best and safest in parasailing. The company has been providing thrills since 1979, with over 100,000 successful flights. For those that prefer jet skis, consider the three-seater jet skis North Shore Parasail offers. Reservations recommended.

Biking: Factory Bike provides both sales and rentals for biking enthusiasts. Bikers can choose from mountain bikes, cruisers and road bikes. Kids can find bicycles to fit them as well. The bicycling experts at Factory Bike can also provide maps of biking trails and tours for the Lake Tahoe area.

River Rafting: We suggest visitors of Lake Tahoe to get in the flow of things by rafting down the river. The Irie Rafting Company offers half-day trips, day trips and multi-day trips on the Truckee and Middle Fork American rivers. The experts at Irie say they expect excellent water flows on both rivers throughout the 2014 summer season. Find more information here: http://www.tahoesbest.com/irie-rafting-company-lake-tahoe

Best Summer Hotel Option

Relax between adventures at the Tahoe Biltmore. The vintage rooms hearken back to Lake Tahoe's casino and hotel days when Lake Tahoe first became a premier destination. The Tahoe Biltmore offers a modern casino and an astonishing variety of restaurants. For anyone planning a wedding or special event, the 6,435 square foot ballroom provides an elegant and unforgettable setting. Find more information here: http://www.tahoebiltmore.com/

This year's recommendations are only the beginning. Once visitors arrive at Lake Tahoe, they will discover new things to do just by looking around and exploring on their own. It's impossible to list all the great views, quiet mountain moments, surprising wildlife and great people vacationers will encounter on a long weekend or a multi-week trip. Music, adventure, crisp morning air and surprises are around every bend. That's Lake Tahoe in the summer.

About TahoesBest.com:
Lake Tahoe is known for outdoor activities, pristine waters and one of the best wedding destinations in the country. TahoesBest.com is the authority on what to do, where to stay, weather updates and all the best upcoming events for any visitor. Use TahoesBest.com to find information, reviews and deals on all things Lake Tahoe from concerts to vacation rentals.

Media Contact

Lindsey Skinner
Editor - TahoesBest.com
lindsey(dot)skinner(at)bizx(dot)info
800 450 7805 ext 10809

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