Stateline is a census-designated place (CDP) on the east shore of Lake Tahoe in Douglas County, Nevada, United States. The population was 842 at the 2010 census. The population swells considerably during the busy winter and summer seasons, due to the high number of hotel rooms and rental accommodations available.
Restaurants in Stateline
4 based on 810 reviews
We spent Monday through Thursday at Harvey's and the casino was pretty empty, probably to be expected. They did close some tables in order to fill the remainder that were open, I guess this was a good idea. the staff was very friendly. always greeting me with a Good Morning or Hi there.
4 based on 434 reviews
From daytime to sunset, The MS Dixie / Lake Tahoe Cruises offer spectacular views, fresh air and an unforgettable journey.
I took my parents on the M.S. Dixie II and we had a great time. The views are amazing and the audio tour is really interesting. We enjoyed the food served on board - chicken sandwich with fries and a bowl of chili. We went from Zephyr Cove to Emerald Bay and back again. The bathrooms are decent and no line ups...only line up was for the bar. I’d take other visitors here!
4 based on 179 reviews
Twenty-four hour casino with separate lodging facilities is located on scenic South Lake Tahoe.
Yep, beside the excellent value prime rib offerings, the smoke pork chop is to die for . . . Also the morning breakfast specials are amazing valur for money and delicious. . Huge slab of jam with hush browns and toast for under $6? You...MoreThank you for the 5-star review! We have a lot of terrific deals that are just too good to pass up. See you next time!
4.5 based on 351 reviews
This is a great place to see your tax dollars working really well. Outstanding interpretive trails and exhibits to help kids and adults alike understand the Natural History and ecology of the Tahoe basin. Prime summer months include a semi-underground viewing ("Stream Profile") display -- shows a fish-eye view of life in a High Sierra stream.
4.5 based on 70 reviews
Round Hill Pines Beach is a great summer vacation resort that offers a restaurant, snack bar, two bars, swimming pool, tennis and volleyball courts, water sport rentals, seasonal boat moorings and much more! We are also a beautiful location for wedding ceremonies and receptions. Come check out our stunning location on Lake Tahoe from June to September. We look forward to seeing you!
Although the northern Nevada alumni of USC was at the beach partying yesterday, we still found a shady spot where the Davis extended family could enjoy the beach and water. The beach was packed with people, tents, umbrellas, etc. The water was cool, but so crisp and clean. The fee to get in was ten dollars. With a disabled placard, we found parking near our spot. There was a person driving an electric cart to help transport people from their car to the beach area. The bathrooms were not clean and there was no toilet paper by the middle of the afternoon. I did say something to the help, but I do not know if it was ever taken care of. Paddle boards, kayaks, and paddle boats were available for rent. Could bring your own float toys. Bring your sun screen,. Nevada skies rarely get clouds.
4.5 based on 166 reviews
Great walk amongst nature. Some paths had ice on them but by and large it was a wonderful experience. No recent snow in the area so greenery was very visible... and looked beautiful.
The view from the vista point was amazing! That little path to get up to the point was perhaps the most slippery so do be careful.
4.5 based on 25 reviews
The Tahoe South Visitor Center is open daily and our visitor information specialists are waiting to serve you. We provide free maps, brochures and information on lodging, attractions, special events and much more. Visitor information is also available on our website, TahoeSouth.com. The Tahoe South Visitor Centers are brought to you by the Lake Tahoe Visitors Authority.
Right in the heart of Stateline. Lots of great information for the area. Friendly people. Lots of good information.
4.5 based on 659 reviews
Built as a summer home in 1929, this grand castle on Emerald Bay is considered one of the finest examples of Scandinavian architecture in the Western Hemisphere.
Great hike down the cliff and through the woods. Unfortunately the museum closes end of September so we could not visit inside. But worth the effort despite that.
4.5 based on 250 reviews
Wide sandy beach, popular with families.
Best Beach in Lake Tahoe just off hwy 89 before camp Richardson. Go early otherwise you will not get in or have to wait in a long lines of cars. 8.00 entrance fee but worth it for upkeep of this beautiful area. Staff are wonderful people who make this run smoothly every day. Long sandy beach with plenty of shade if needed. Picnic tables and rentals of kayaks, paddle boards, etc. usually a food truck in parking lot as well. Plenty of bathrooms and clean shoreline with exceptionally clear waters. Great for small children and families. Sorry no pets allowed at this beach, you can take them to Baldwin beach further down road if needed.
4.5 based on 11 reviews
It's also known as Lam Watah Park Trail
A beautiful park in town with a public beach - Wonderful for hiking, running, walking dogs, biking...swimming!
Even though it appears to be a "city park", Lam Watah Park is actually pretty large in size. It has a small charming pond, a large RV campground, and a public beach! Its near 3mi trails (round trip) wind around and through vast meadows and wooded hills, which have strange looking, big rock boulders. It's a wonderful park for hiking, biking, running, walking dogs, and even swimming! Thus, it's popular for locals and tourists alike!
There are several ways to get in and out of the park off HWY 50, but its official trailhead is actually located off HWY 50 on Kahle Rd. There's FREE parking by the trailhead across the residential area. Of course, one could park along HWY 50 as well.
The trailhead sign gives an interesting description of the park. A short walk away from the trailhead is a small, charming pond with nice, zig-zag shaped wood fences
(- see pic). Farther in beyond the pond is a small, pretty wood bridge over a vast meadow with tall grass. In late spring and summer, there is a running stream below the bridge and beautiful wild flowers in the field! Along the trails are several interpretive boards with interesting and educational info about the park.
The 3mi trails (round trip) are flat and easy, as well as beautiful. They consist of paved path, gravel, boardwalk, and dirt treks. One of the main trails lead to the large RV campground by the lake. This campground is well shaded by tall trees and has shower/toilet facilities. The park and the beach are free, but a fee and advanced reservations are required for the campground.
The small public Nevada Beach is beautiful and quite popular. The close up view of the lake is spectacular. It's wonderful to see people parasailing, kayaking, paddle-boarding in Lake Tahoe; playing volleyball, or relaxing on the beach!
This land was the home of Washoes. It has a long history of logging, pony express, etc. Once it even had an airport, the Sky Harbor, which was closed after a few years of operation, because of landing difficulties caused by heavy wind and steep descent angle. Two casinos were planned initially on this land, but the plan was scrubbed. Thank goodness!
This vast land was purchased some hundred yrs ago by Mr. Rabe, whose thriving lumber company exhausted the forest in just 7 short years! It would take another 100+yrs before the woodland came back to life again. The Rabe meadow now bears his name. The US Forest Service finally bought the land in 1980's and restored it to its natural state, and turned it into a present day historical park for everyone to enjoy!
Peterskis, July 2015
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