Tahoe Regions: South Shore
  • The casino corridor from the air

    South Shore is home to world class entertainment, with bustling casinos like Lakeside Inn, Harrah’s, Harveys and Montbleu to name a few.

    Check the directory for local businesses on the south shore.

    The South Shore is a hotspot for bustling casinos, where you can enjoy live entertainment, great food and affordable room rates.

    Lakeside Inn

    Place yourself in the heart of the action at Lakeside. Whether your choice is slots, table games, keno, the lively Race and Sports Book or live action poker you will find Lakeside to be more personal and welcoming than the “mega” resorts.

    Harrah’s Lake Tahoe Resort and Casino

    Harrah’s Lake Tahoe Resort and Casino is a 4-star property, offering a full resort experience. Five restaurants, bars and lounges, recreation, health spa and salon, plus much more for the exciting Stateline vacation you desire.

    Harveys Resort and Casino

    Harveys Resort & Casino is a family-friendly 4-star resort in the mountains and close to Heavenly Ski Resort. Located in Stateline, Lake Tahoe, you’ll enjoy full dining, nightlife, recreation and health facilities

    Montbleu

    Enjoy the best that civilization has to offer amidst the incomparable beauty of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Every comfort, luxury, and service awaits your pleasure.

    Here is a run down on the beaches you might expect to find here:

    Cave Rock Beach

    Find this beach off Highway 50 on the southeast side of the lake. It’s a great sight to see. Ask a local what Cave Rock was used for thousands of years ago. You might be surprised.

    Zephyr Cove

    From Stateline, head east on Highway 50 for about three miles. It’s the party beach with one mile of sand. But there’s no dogs allowed and there is a fee.

    Round Hill Pines

    More of a lakeside park than a traditional beach. Another good place for a group picnic without all the sand.

    Nevada Beach

    Big and windy, it’s .7 mile long and in some cases 300 yards wide. There’s some camping nearby, and a favorite among kiteboarders. There is a parking fee.

    Lakeside Beach

    Members only, but that includes Park Avenue area hotels, motels and the casinos. No dogs. No fee. The water is not as clear on this part of the lake, due to the inflow of the upper Truckee River into the lake nearby.

    El Dorado Beach

    Close to Lakeside Beach in proximity and description, this area is public.

    Regan Beach

    More of a lakeside park than a traditional beach. It’s a good place for a gathering or BBQ.

    Tahoe Keys

    Located near the Upper Truckee River and in the middle of the South Shore, this area is popular for its unique geography and landscape. It’s a better place to hike around and explore than lounge.


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