Find Rental Cars in Lake Tahoe, United States
Book cheap Lake Tahoe (TVL) car rental and enjoy the freedom to roam while you’re visiting! Envision driving along a winding road, windows rolled down, leisurely passing scenic mountains, romantic beaches or popular roadside attractions in a comfortable rented car. Hire a rental car in Lake Tahoe, take the road less traveled, and discover more about the attractions in and around Lake Tahoe!
Emerald Bay State Park
One of the loveliest areas of Lake Tahoe, Emerald Bay State Park is the state park of California. The park is centered on Emerald Bay, which is a National Natural Landmark surrounded by forested hillsides of the glacier-carved granite and dotted by a small islet at its middle. Along the beautiful shoreline of the bay are the tranquil hiking trails with stunning panoramic views.
Tallac Historic Site
Located in a lovely forest location, Tallac Historic Site comprises three historic estates i.e. the Valhalla Estate, the Pope House, and the Baldwin Estate. The Pope House allows visitors to see how area's wealthy residents lived in the 1920s. A two-day Great Gatsby Festival is held in the Pope House drawing people for elegant Roaring Twenties social gatherings. For private evenings and weddings, the Valhalla Estate is a famous local venue. At this Valhalla Estate, the Art, Music, & Theater Festival takes place every summer. The Baldwin Estate has been converted into a historical museum showcasing a 1930s era kitchen and vintage children's toys and games.
Sheltered by a forest of Jeffrey Pine Trees, Kings Beach is a large and sandy beach ideal for swimming, sunbathing, and boating at summers. The beach enjoys direct sunshine from the early morning until late afternoon. The recreation area here has public restrooms, a playground, barbeque pits, picnic tables, and a half-size basketball court.
Ed Z'berg Sugar Pine Point State Park
Extending along Lake Tahoe for around two miles, Ed Z'berg Sugar Pine Point State Park boasts densely forested areas of fire pine, aspen, and juniper trees. In summers, visitors flock to this park to enjoy hiking around the extensive trails. The park boasts picnic tables, campsites, and barbecue pits.