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Book Cheap Flights from Long Beach to Lake Tahoe

Flights from Long Beach to Lake Tahoe

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Airports in Long Beach

Long Beach is served by Long Beach Airport. The airport is located about 3 miles northeast of downtown Long Beach. Long Beach Airport offers flights to a number of destinations such as Phoenix, Boston, Austin, Las Vegas, Sacramento, Portland, Salt Lake City, and more. The airport is accessible from Long Beach by car rentals, taxis, cabs (Uber, Lyft, See Jane Go, and Opoli), shuttles, bus, and metro (Wardlow Station).

Explore Lake Tahoe

South Lake Tahoe, the most populous city in El Dorado County, in the Sierra Nevada, in the US state of California, as its name suggests, is located on the southern shore of Lake Tahoe. The city extends about 8 kilometers west-southwest along U.S. Route 50, which is also known as Lake Tahoe Boulevard. City’s east end, on the California-Nevada state line adjacent to the town of Stateline, Nevada, is renowned for tourism, with shops, hotels, restaurants, and the Nevada casinos just across the state line in Stateline. South Lake Tahoe is rich with a plethora of tourist attractions making it an excellent place to enjoy a memorable vacation.

Things to do in Lake Tahoe

Tallac Historic Site

Tallac Historic Site, located in a lovely forest location, comprises three historic estates i.e. the Valhalla Estate, the Pope House, and the Baldwin Estate. The Pope House describes how the wealthy residents of the area lived in the 1920s. In this house, a two-day Great Gatsby Festival is organized and attracts people for elegant Roaring Twenties social meeting. The Baldwin Estate has been converted into a museum putting on showcase a 1930s era kitchen and vintage children's toys and games. For private evenings and weddings, the Valhalla Estate is an excellent local venue where the Art, Music, & Theater Festival takes place in summers.

Kings Beach

Kings Beach is a large and sandy beach excellent for swimming, sunbathing, and boating during summers. Sheltered by a forest of Jeffrey Pine Trees, this beach enjoys direct sunshine from the early morning until late afternoon. At the beach, the recreation area also features public restrooms, a playground, barbeque pits, picnic tables, and a half-size basketball court.

Ed Z'berg Sugar Pine Point State Park

Ed Z'berg Sugar Pine Point State Park offers visitors with densely forested areas of fir, pine, aspen, and juniper trees. In summers, visitors flock to this park to enjoy hiking around the extensive trails. This park extends along Lake Tahoe for around two miles and also offers visitors with picnic tables, campsites, and barbecue pits.

Best Time to Fly Lake Tahoe

The best times to visit Lake Tahoe are from March to May and from September to November. However, it welcomes visitors all round the year with its wide selection of attractions and activities available.